Alex Weir – Great Rhythm Grooves for Electric Guitar

Sep 20 2013

Alex Weir – Great Rhythm Grooves for Electric Guitar

80-minute instructional video, with special guests Louis Johnson and Tetsugi Ogawa ( lead guitar). Alex Weir teaches guitarists how he got the driving sounds that contributed to the sounds of Talking Heads, Brothers Johnson, and Tom Tom Club, offering advice on pick speed, tonal variations, rhythmic development, hand/wrist positions, timing and more.
If you get rhythm guitar get this. Breaks it down but not too far. Makes you want to play. He uses about 6 grooves to illustrate diffent points like classic r&b, “outside” rhythms and picking vs chordal rhythms. It’s probably not what you want for your first funk tutorial. Go for Slutsky’s vid instead if that’s what your looking for.
Alex Weir’s driving funk rhythm guitar gave many top-selling records their distinctive rhythm grooves. Here he teaches powerful techniques and gives priceless advice on tonal variations, pick speed, hand and wrist positions, improved timing, plus the great rhythm parts to hit songs he played on: Talking Heads’ “Burning Down The House,” “I Zimbra,” “Big Business,” “Genius Of Love” and “Swamp;” Jerry Harrison’s “Rev It Up;” and The Brothers’ Johnson’s “Get The Funk Outta My Face” and “Thunder Thumbs And Lightning Licks.”

 

Language: English
Year: 1991
Country: USA
Running time: 80 minutes
Quality: VHSRip
Video: DivX 352×256 1116 kbps 25 fps AR: 4:3
Audio: MP3 128 kpbs 2 ch 44.1 KHz
Booklet: No
Size: 696 Mb

Alex Weir - Great Rhythm Grooves for Electric Guitar

Alex Weir – Great Rhythm Grooves for Electric Guitar

Download Alex Weir – Great Rhythm Grooves for Electric Guitar free and other lessons from our site

 

Register or Login to view hidden content!


One comment

  1. supersonic /

    than you. amzing stuff :drummer:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *