so, i joined a (real) country band. i've done tons of alt/country/rockabilly etc, but i'm realizing that doesn't make you a true country player. i can get by with most of the material, but there's a few tunes that are just full-on country train beat at probably 150-ish bpm. i'm really struggling to get that "steady stream of 16th's" type of soloing to happen. it seems like the fast train beat tunes require fairly long phrases...ie a lot of notes, being played pretty fast. i have tons of licks designed for 2 or 4 measure changes, but i'm running out of fluid lines too early. so i string together lick after lick....and it SOUNDS very obvious that i'm just playing lick after lick. not enough melody, not much to grab the ear etc. anybody aware of an online lesson site that has some pretty long country phrases? i'm also open to books, but i'm moreso looking for something online (free/quick) that might work. i've got steve travato's book mastered (mostly) at this point...any other books?