Tim Quinn received a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Guitar from the prestigious University of North Texas, graduating magna cum laude, with a minor in music theory. Berklee College of Music in Boston (one year of study). University of Denver-Lamont School of Music (one year of study). Tim studied classical guitar seriously for six years while at the University of North Texas and the University of Denver-Lamont School of Music. Graduate level studies in Jazz, one year of study, 2011-2012. He is the author of four books with Mel Bay Publications, Inc. This series of books is known as the "Fluid Soloing Series", and is marketed toward rock guitarists, but the material applies to all styles of soloing; including jazz, blues, rock, fusion, shred, country, and pop. Since September 2021, I have been very actively working on a project that I consider the Magnus opus of my guitar pedagogical works. I have designed the most concise and thorough method for developing blues- rock pentatonic soloing ever created on planet earth. This project is based on the collective styles of five players specifically...Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Bonamassa, Robben Ford, and Matt Schofield. It is a step- by-step, methodical course of instruction in the art of electric pentatonic lead soloing.