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Jun
2014
Larry McCabe - 101 Blues Guitar Turnaround Licks

Larry McCabe - 101 Blues Guitar Turnaround LicksThis book contains a collection of 101 blues turnaround licks for the guitar. Primarily for the electric guitar, the music can also be played on an acoustic guitar that has an unwound G string. Each lick is presented in both notation and tablature, with most of the examples written in C for the sake of uniformity and ease of comparison.

 
17
Jun
2014
Bass Course - The Rock House Method

Bass Course - The Rock House MethodLearn the essential techniques needed to play all genres of music. Start with how to hold the bass and proper hand position for comfortable playing. Next learn rhythm timing basic bass lines and how to play along with a drummer. Learn 5ths and octaves and how to apply them in a song. Playing techniques such as slap pop and using a pick are covered in depth. Walking bass lines sixteenth notes syncopated bass lines intervals and drop D tuning are just a few of the topics that will help you play song progressions and bass lines.

 
16
Jun
2014
Dave Weckl - Ultimate Play Along: Level 1, Vol 1

Dave Weckl - Ultimate Play Along: Level 1, Vol 1A truly exceptional package allowing the beginner to intermediate drummer to practice with a pre-recorded band. The seven tracks cover a wide range of styles such as straight eighths, sixteenth feel, rock shuffle, rock ballad, Latin, straight-ahead jazz, and rock & roll. Includes a "roadmap" chart for each tune.

 
15
Jun
2014
Jamey Aebersold - Jazz Play-A-Long: Volume 41 - 45

Jamey Aebersold - Jazz Play-A-Long: Volume 41Possession of this collection will enable any musician, independently of level and experience in jazz improvisation mastery , learn the basic styles and genres of jazz, and eventually become a true expert in this. Information for reference (for those who do not know): Jamey Aebersold Jazz Play-A-Long - the world's best collections of exercises for jazz musicians.

 
14
Jun
2014
Stephen Duro - Jazz Club Piano Solos Volume 3

Stephen Duro - Jazz Club Piano Solos Volume 3Twelve jazz classics specially arranged for solo piano by Stephen Duro. The piano has clearly been a wildly popular instrument ever since its first introduction to the music scene, as both a solo instrument and an accompaniment. Its instant popularity led to a massive influx of solo piano pieces being written – some a violent explosion of color and motion, others a slow, melodic meditation.

 
13
Jun
2014
Robin Nolan - The Gypsy Jazz: Volume 2

Robin Nolan - The Gypsy Jazz: Volume 2The RNT books have become an essential item in any guitarists gigbag wishing to learn the Gypsy Jazz style. They cover all the great tunes played by Django that are the standard repetoir for anyone playing this genre of music.

 
12
Jun
2014
Best of Blues Piano - Keyboard Signature Licks

Best of Blues Piano - Keyboard Signature LicksA step-by-step breakdown of the piano styles and techniques of Dr. John, Pete Johnson, Professor Longhair, Pinetop Perkins, and others that uses their actual licks to teach. The Signature Licks book/audio packs are especially formatted to give instruction on how to play a particular artist style by using the actual transcribed, "right from the record" licks!

 
11
Jun
2014
Learn Funk Guitar with Tower Of Power's Jeff Tamelier

Learn Funk Guitar with Tower Of Power's Jeff TamelierFeatures an interview with Jeff, including his funk guitar performance techniques, with musical examples. Not only will you learn classic funk guitar techniques, but you can also sit in with members of Tower Of Power, playing four fan favourites and for new grooves created just for you. Level: From Beginner to Advanced.

 
10
Jun
2014
Peter O'Mara - A Rhytmic Concept For Funk / Fusion Guitar

Peter O'Mara - A Rhytmic Concept For Funk / Fusion GuitarThere are a lot of books on the market offering "licks" in the Funk/Fusion style but this book goes a lot further. The 16 challenging compositions by renowned Australian guitarist Peter O'Mara cover a variety of tempo and grooves and are presented using a real rhythm section: Patrick Scales, Christian Lettner and Peter O'Mara (Klaus Doldinger's "Passport") to achieve a maximum of authenticity.

 
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