William Kanengiser: Classical Guitar Mastery

May 18 2019

William Kanengiser: Classical Guitar Mastery

William Kanengiser Classical Guitar Mastery download. Classical guitar virtuoso William Kanengiser presents an essential workshop for the serious student. With clear demonstrations and an insightful commentary, Kanengiser explains how to master tone control, articulation, dynamics, vibrato, dampening, and other vital techniques. He also addresses the question of nail shape and shows you how to avoid unwanted squeaks and buzzes! Essential for any student of classical guitar. Recognized as one of America’s most brilliant guitarists, William Kanengiser has developed a unique repertoire for his instrument, ranging from dazzling arrangements of Mozart, Handel, and Bartуk to his innovative excursions into the...

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Rick Payne – Bluenotes

May 15 2019

Rick Payne – Bluenotes

Bluenotes will teach you how to balance blue notes with chromatic, passing and neighbor tones correctly to add color, depth and richness to your phrasing. Rick Payne says, “like many guitarists, I was always confused as to what Pentatonic this and Pentatonic that meant. Guitar books varied in their interpretation of blues scales and Pentatonic, and still do. Most of us get through in the end by using our ears and not the grey stuff in between. However, I thought it would be useful and time saving to share with you some of the grey stuff I’ve learned along...

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World of Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar Volume 1 – 2

May 12 2019

World of Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar Volume 1 – 2

World of Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar: Ramble to Cashel Vol. 1 and The Blarney Pilgrim Vol. 2. This 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. The...

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Denis Chang – Jazz Manouche: The Art of Accompaniment

May 09 2019

Denis Chang – Jazz Manouche: The Art of Accompaniment

Denis Chang Jazz Manouche The Art of Accompaniment. Jazz Manouche or Gypsy Jazz, is a highly-evolved style of music, based on the guitar playing of Django Reinhardt. It requires a solid rhythmic foundation upon which a soloist may build his or her musical statement. The challenge lies in learning how to produce this rhythmic foundation, for Manouche rhythm can be both instantly recognizable to the audience and, frustratingly subtle to the student. In “Jazz Manouche The Art of Accompaniment”, this rhythmic foundation is disassembled, piece-by-piece, by instructor Denis Chang. With the aid of three students, Denis clearly illustrates how...

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Bob Brozman – Learn To Play Bottleneck Blues Guitar Volume 2

May 07 2019

Bob Brozman – Learn To Play Bottleneck Blues Guitar Volume 2

Bob Brozman Learn To Play Bottleneck Blues Guitar Volume 2. Advanced Technique. A complete toolbox to dramatically increase your repertoire and enhance your blues arrangements and improvisations. Bob provides both a historical and a technical analysis of the styles and innovations originally created by Robert Johnson, Son House, Charlie Patton and other Delta slide masters. Songs: “Come on in My Kitchen,” “Delta Memories” and “Rollin’ and Tumblin’.” Intermediate. Splendid DVD tutorial by an outstanding musician. Highly recommended to anyone interested in learning slide guitar. These DVDs, along with volume one, are hands down the best available if you want...

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John Pizzarelli – Jazz Guitar Virtuoso

May 04 2019

John Pizzarelli – Jazz Guitar Virtuoso

John Pizzarelli Jazz Guitar Virtuoso download. Jazz guitar sensation John Pizzarelli plays ten original jazz compositions. Performing is John Pizzarelli on seven-string guitar, Ray Kennedy on piano, and John’s brother Martin Pizzarelli on bass. In this video presentation, John plays 10 compositions (most of them originals) along with Ray Kennedy on piano and Martin Pizzarelli on bass. At various points throughout the performance, John pauses to provide tips and techniques on the art of jazz guitar. Pizzarelli’s potent displays of technical ability are showcased on several breakneck tempo tunes. He also shows a mastery of the nuances of rhythm...

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Matt Brandt – Slap Frail & Thump

Apr 30 2019

Matt Brandt – Slap Frail & Thump

Matt Brandt Slap Frail & Thump. John Mayer thumps out a mean bass line with his thumb. Kelly Joe Phelps uses a pinky move on his pick guard. Tommy Emmanuel’s percussive techniques are nothing short of amazing. Dave Matthews, Tim Reynolds, James Taylor, Janis Ian, JJ Cale, Greg Brown, Rodney Crowell and dozens of other top caliber players Slap, Frail and Thump to spice up their performances and compositions. Slap, Frail and Thump covers three essential percussive techniques for singer-songwriters, accompanists and solo guitar performers; palm slaps (for percussion and melody), frailing (traditionally a banjo picking technique) and thumping...

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Dan Erlewine – Advanced Fretting Volume 1

Apr 29 2019

Dan Erlewine – Advanced Fretting Volume 1

Dan Erlewine Advanced Fretting Volume 1. Advanced Fretting will teach you how to do professional-level work on tricky fret jobs. This is practical training for everyone involved in guitar repair. Advanced tools are demonstrated in use on real jobs, so you can decide what you really need for the work you do. Vol 1: Complete acoustic and electric refretting. “I pull out all the stops on this tape and share every trick I know. Some of these I’ve never shown anyone before. You’ll feel as if you’ve spent several weekends in my shop working with me on some tough...

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Don Ross – Fingerstyle Guitar

Apr 25 2019

Don Ross – Fingerstyle Guitar

Donald James Ross, commonly known as Don Ross, is a Canadian fingerstyle guitarist noted for the emotion and intensity of his playing as well as his use of extended technique. Ross’s music borrows from blues, jazz, folk and classical music creating a style that he describes as “heavy wood”. Step into the expansive world of fingerstyle guitar taught by one of the finest players ever to grace the instrument. A basic knowledge of chords is recommended. Don Ross is a formidable guitarist and an outstanding teacher. On this video he demonstrates the proper use of the right hand and...

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John Miller – Jackson Blues Guitar

Apr 20 2019

John Miller – Jackson Blues Guitar

John Miller Jackson Blues Guitar. Jackson, Mississippi attracted a host of blues musicians in the period 1910 -1940. Many players from small towns made their way to Jackson, which as the capital of Mississippi and a much larger city, held forth the promise of more and better work opportunities, and the possibility of making a living playing music rather than driving a mule or chopping cotton. The Jackson Blues scene was an unusually rich one, stylistically, spanning the gap from the sophisticated Pop blues of Bo Carter to the low-down blues of Rube Lacy and a host of players...

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