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Aug
2014
Jerry Bergonzi - Developing a Jazz Language: Vol. 6

Jerry Bergonzi - Developing a Jazz Language: Vol. 6Learning a language requires listening on many levels to the meanings, the sounds, the intentions, and the inflections or nuances of the language. The first chapters of this volume on learning the language of jazz focus on the prerequisites of chord scales, approach notes to chord tones and target notes, scale motives and sequences, and lines.

 
31
Aug
2014
Steve Trovato - Country Solos and Sounds

Steve Trovato - Country Solos and SoundsLegendary guitarist and instructor Steve Trovato has taught countless musicians the art of country guitar, and now, for the first time, two of his classic videos have been combined with newly shot lessons to give you everything you need to play classic country guitar.

 
30
Aug
2014
Guitar Legendary Licks - Wolfmother

Guitar Legendary Licks - WolfmotherWolfmother is an Australian rock band from Erskineville, Sydney. They play in such genres as: hard rock, heavy metal, stoner rock, neo-psychedelia. Danny Gill note by note described 13 most popular songs of this band including super hit "Woman". "Woman", a single from the album, won the band their first Grammy Award, for Best Hard Rock Performance, in 2007. Here is your chance to learn great songs of incredible band.

 
30
Aug
2014
Harri Louhensuo - Blues Station

Harri Louhensuo - Blues Station24 Etudes for electric guitar. Actually it's not a guitar tutorial, but the author begins with primitive examples and note by note develops progression, creates the base for developing solo. And further develops the theme by introducing a variety of technical and musical techniques. This book is in Finnish so if you don't know this language, just see the notes. Don't miss a chance.

 
29
Aug
2014
Keith Hinchliffe - Islands: Guitar Interpretations of Celtic Music

Keith Hinchliffe - Islands: Guitar Interpretations of Celtic MusicThis collection of 23 striking and varied Celtic melodies arranged for solo guitar in altered tunings is presented in tablature and standard notation. The selection spans the Irish, Scots, Welsh and Manx traditions over three centuries and includes slow airs, reels, jigs, hornpipes and strathspeys.
Keith Hinchcliffe is a highly regarded solo guitarist, a former member of The Albion Band, an experienced guitar teacher and a workshop leader.

 
28
Aug
2014
Tommy Igoe: Groove Essentials 2.0

Tommy Igoe: Groove Essentials 2.0The second edition of the best-selling original Groove Essentials features a DVD and companion book/CD package with 53 brand new grooves and over 100 variations for intermediate to advanced players. Students will learn the difference between ghost and grace notes (while being encouraged to experiment with both in all six groove “families”) as well as important “go-to” grooves, like the Train and Bo-Diddley beats.

 
28
Aug
2014
In Session With Chuck Berry

In Session With Chuck BerryPlay along to six classic Chuck Berry tracks, and emulate the man who is the very daddy of rock n' roll guitar. Includes backing tracks CD and songbook arranged with guitar tablature, standard notation, chords and lyrics. The tab transcriptions are very accurate. You have the options of the full song at performance speed, then a backing track. Then the solos played slowly and finally a slow backing track.

 
27
Aug
2014
World of Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar - Ramble to Cashel Vol.1 + The Blarney Pilgrim Vol.2

Ramble to cashel - Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar. Vol.1This collection of traditional music from Ireland and Scotland arranged for solo guitar is the result of a passionate study of the tradition by some of the finest musicians playing in this genre. The idea of arranging this music for solo guitar is still relatively new. Looking back less than a century, you would find this music performed on fiddle, pipes, button accordion, flutes and whistles, in solo and ensemble settings, but never guitar, even in its basic role of providing rhythm.

 
27
Aug
2014
Derek Roddy - The Evolution Of Blast Beats

Derek Roddy - The Evolution Of Blast BeatsThe Evolution of Blast Beats offers an in-depth look at the drumming of today's extreme metal music such as speed metal, grindcore, and death metal. Drummers, teachers, and students will learn the history and evolution of this underground style originating from the European skank beat and evolving into a variety of blast beats found in today's hardcore metal scene.

 
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