The 9 Areas of Mastery

1. Scales & Arpeggios 2. Melodic Control 3. Lick Building 4. Soloing Power  5. Guitar Virtuoso Techniques 

6. Chord Pogression Sequencing 7. Melodic Sequencing 8. Structure & Form 9. The Art Of Composing


1. Scales & Arpeggios

Your scales and arpeggios are your fundamental tools with which you build both solos and songs. Mastering them at the level where they represent zero challenge to you is the foundation of mastery in all other areas.

In this section I will present to you a uniquely new perspective on learning these tools. And you will have a specific measurable, predictable and easy way to get to mastery as fast as possible.

Use the practical and easy training method in the section for just 4 weeks and you will feel a total change in your level of control and freedom when you play. Guaranteed.


The One Scale Approach


The NCA Tools Training Method 



Safe Zones Theory


Safe Zone Automation Training

2. Melodic Control 

It's not enough to have the tools, we must also know exactly when to use them and in what context. This section will give you a clear and consice understanding of this vital skill.

Learn to never hit a "bad" note again:

The Safe Zone Automation tool will train you brain to go for the notes that sound great all the time. It will automate the process of figuring out where the best notes are in the moment - when you need them.

This training process is a daily 10 minute rutine that will guarantee that you will find it hard NOT to play the best sounding notes when you solo.


3. Lick Building

Being able to build amazing licks for your solos is an important skill that can be learned. In this part of the program I will give you a simple tool that will make it very easy for you to build and modify your own licks. You will be surprised to hear what you can create in just a couple of minutes with this easy system.

This is one of those skills that you can learn to master by just having the right tool in front of you. The NCA Lick Building Method is a method of creating licks that is so intuitive that you will use it for the rest of your life.


The Components of Licks


The NCA Lick Building Method



Context & Associations Training


The Acronym Of Soloing Power

4. Soloing Power 

Anyone who's been playing for a while, knows how it feels to run out of ideas when you solo. And we also remember the days where everything just flows and we seem to be able to never stop playing. To be at your best, you must know how to take control of this area.

You can have all the cutting edge tools in the world, but it your brain gets stuck you can't use any of them very well. In this part of the program I will give you a ridiciously simple mind tool that you can use to shift your brain into spontaneous creativity in an instant.  And I will also train you so well, that you can't not use it when you need it. Guaranteed.


5. Guitar Virtuoso Techniques 

Practicing isn't just doing a lot of repetitions. It's knowing exactly how to program your brain and bodie's neural system in the fatest and most effective way. And then you must take control over the mental and emotional processes that goes on when you build your out-of-this-world skill level. 

I've created a new skill building method that incorporates all the elements of becoming a true master of guitar virtuoso techniques. It's a compact, easy to use and understand system that is guaranteed to take you skill to a completely new level, fast.


Neural Training & Development 


The Ultimate Skill Building Method 



Chord Progression Sequencing


The Automatic Chord Progression Creator

6. Chord Progression Sequencing

Building an interesting chord progression in seconds can spark your creativity, give you the foundation for a great song or provide the basis for an exciting jam track. 

In this part of the program I will give you a system that will litterally make you a expert craftsman instantly. Just by having the system you will be able to build exciting chord progressions on the spot. 

When you have a system to work from instead of random impulses and ideas, your creativity can flow because you don't have to spend hours trying to come up with stuff. You can create something great right away and then spend your time refining and changing what you have created. 


7. Melodic Sequencing

Imagine being able to create an entire song or composition from a simple little melodic idea. Masters like Mozart, Bach and Händel where experts in sequencing and developing a simple idea into a huge work of art. 

So this part of the program isn't based on recent revolutionary ideas, but on age old techniques and methods that aren't taught anymore. You will get a straight forward and practical method that you can instantly use to create compositions that will blow everyones mind. And that's another personal guarantee.


Sequential Thematic Development


The NCA Melodic Sequencing Tool



Predictability & Variety


The NCA Structure & Form Templates Tool

8. Structure & Form

This part of the program is probably the easiest and fastest to put into use. When you can create a chord progression that inspires you, and you're able to create interesting melodies on top of it, then all you need is to be able to combine different smaller ideas into entire songs or compositions. 

And this is where Structure and Form comes in. These are the two elements with which you collect and put together your master piece. 

The philosophy is simple and easy to understand and the tool you get is so automatic that you don't have to do anything but pick the right structure and form for you.


9. The Art Of Composing 

Once you have all the tools you need to make the craft composing easy and pleasurable, you will want to master the art of composing. This part you can't control, but the greater a master you are at conveing emotions through the music you make, the more you inspire and move yourself. And the more you do that, the more inspired and moved you'll be.

This part of the program is really about impressing yourself so that when you listen to what you have created you will go "I can't take the credit for that. That's too good - and besides I don't know where that   melody came from. It just happened in my head"


Context & Associations Training (Composing)


The  NCA Inspirational Plan