Andy Aledort – In Deep: How to play The Cream of Eric Clapton

May 25 2016

Andy Aledort – In Deep: How to play The Cream of Eric Clapton

In The Cream of Eric Clapton DVD, instructor Andy Aledort shows you how to play the scales and lead lines used by Eric Clapton in his groundbreaking work with the Yardbirds, the Bluesbreakers and Cream. This DVD contains lessons on: Commonly used scale positions for G minor pentatonic Signature Clapton lick based on G minor pentatonic; G minor pentatonic, extended position; Moving smoothly between fretboard positions with improvised melodic phrases; Fingering G minor pentatonic scale, 10th position; Clapton-esque phrases utilizing G minor pentatonic, 10th position; G minor pentatonic, extended position; G minor pentatonic, 12th/13th position; G minor pentatonic, 15th position; Additional scale fingerings for G minor pentatonic; Standard scale positions for G major pentatonic; G major pentatonic, extended position; Solo phrases in Clapton’s style based on G major pentatonic, extended position; Soloing over a Steppin’ Out–style 12-bar blues shuffle in G; Hammer-pulls on adjacent strings (B and high E; B and G); How to play Clapton’s version of Crossroads; Crossroads-style soloing, in A And much, much more!

Language: English
Year: 2011
Country: USA
Running time: 1 hour
Quality: DVD5
Video: MPEG2 720×480 (16:9) 29,970 fps 6191 kbps
Audio: AC3, 48,0 KHz, 2 ch 192 kbps
Booklet: Yes (PDF)
Size: 1.9 GB

In Deep: How to play The Cream of Eric Clapton with Andy Aledort

In Deep: How to play The Cream of Eric Clapton with Andy Aledort

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4 comments

  1. keibafan /

    Thanks, admins. for another good Andy Aledort video lesson, and, Merry Christmas! :-)

  2. yoshiblues /

    Thnx,Very Good :-) im Happy

  3. pedrolux /

    Great lesson although the actual title is wrong. Its “In deep with crossroads” not title you see. As the title suggests it deals with “Crossroads Blues” and not the “Steppin’ out” tune.

  4. john /

    Great Video.. thanks

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