Robin Nolan – Fast Track: Gypsy Jazz Lessons

Jun 14 2017

Robin Nolan – Fast Track: Gypsy Jazz Lessons

Begin your adventure into the passionate and thrilling world of gypsy jazz guitar. The Gypsy Jazz Fast Track covers 6 tunes in hardcore depth – and there’s 14 lessons per tune. This course is self-paced, online and includes 84+ video lessons, backing tracks and chord charts. For each tune there’s lessons covering: Intros and Endings; The Tune; The Chords; Soloing Ideas (we’ll spend a lot of time working on soloing); Gypsy Jazz Ninja Moves (each tune has 5 of these lessons); Applying the Blues; And a bunch more stuff. The Gypsy Jazz Fast Track is designed for intermediate to...

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Ernie Hawkins – The Guitar Of Lightnin’ Hopkins

Jun 09 2017

Ernie Hawkins – The Guitar Of Lightnin’ Hopkins

When you hear someone say “Texas Blues Guitar,” you may immediately think of Steve Ray and Jimmie Vaughn or maybe Freddie King. The invisible presence, buried deep in everyone of their guitar riffs, is the true king of Texas blues, Lightnin’ Hopkins. Lightnin’, who knew Blind Lemon Jefferson as a child, is Jimmie Vaughn’s favorite guitarist. Offered here are all the basics, many of the secrets and tricks of Lightnin’s deeply accomplished, deceptively simple acoustic Texas boogie guitar style. This lesson features rare video footage from the 1950’s and 1960’s of Lightnin’ playing five tunes. Lightnin’ plays the tune...

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Pete Huttlinger’s Wonderful World of Chords

Jun 07 2017

Pete Huttlinger’s Wonderful World of Chords

Get ready to give your left hand a workout! Pete Huttlinger has created a “video chord library” that’s a must-have for every serious guitarist. This crash course is designed to show you all the important chords and fingerings you’ll need, from the easiest shapes to some challenging finger-twisters. Pete has developed a unique and effective study technique he calls “Say It and Play It”. This is an powerful way to memorize root notes by playing chromatic scales and applying chords to the root location. It’s like your personal GPS system on the fingerboard, helping you lock in exactly where...

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John Stowell – Jazz Guitar Mastery

Jun 04 2017

John Stowell – Jazz Guitar Mastery

The purpose of Jazz Mastery is to give the serious student an entry into the creative process as quickly as possible. Presented here is the necessary information, stated clearly and simply as possible, in the hope that motivation and inspiration will soon follow on the heels of comprehension. The responsibility of a teacher lies in getting students excited, as well as presenting the theory to them in an easily assimilated form. Jazz Mastery will certainly serve up equal portions of the requisite information and inspiration. This material was written and recorded in 1999 and looks like it’s been transferred...

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Tommy Emmanuel – Little By Little Songbook

Jun 01 2017

Tommy Emmanuel – Little By Little Songbook

The Little By Little Songbook breaks down sixteen songs from Tommy’s latest double album. Control your learning experience with interactive features and tools like looping, synching and zooming.  Viewing angles include wide, right-hand, front of left-hand and back of left hand.  A “tri-view” feature enables three angles to show simultaneosly. For each of the sixteen tracks: Tommy shares the background on his inspiration for the composition and performs the tune in its entirety. He then walks you through a detailed note-by-note breakdown covering every section of the arrangement and every technique he employs for the track. From intros to...

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Mark John Sternal – Easy Acoustic Guitar

May 29 2017

Mark John Sternal – Easy Acoustic Guitar

Mark John Sternal – Easy Acoustic Guitar. Beginner Basics and Beyond. The proven content was designed by Expert Guitar Instructor Mark John Sternal to be the FASTEST and EASIEST way to learn to play, GUARANTEED! The student will learn to read guitar music with notation, TAB and charts. The method is geared to allow the viewer to start playing instantly, learning individual notes, then progressively builds up from partial two string chords to full, six string chords. In part 3 of this video, the student will graduate to learn their first 5 SONGS in the most popular music styles,...

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Corey Christiansen – In the Pocket: Playing in the Groove

May 27 2017

Corey Christiansen – In the Pocket: Playing in the Groove

One of the roles of a jazz guitarist is providing accompaniment. Economy of rhythm and harmony while comping and grooving with a band will get jazz guitarists further with their fellow bandmates than playing lots of bulky, cluttered rhythms and chords. “Playing in the Groove” will demonstrate to jazz guitar students how not to overplay in a small jazz group settings but rather play tasty lines and chords that will impress any soloist. In this DVD, emphasis is placed on locking in with a bass player and drummer and using chord voicings that won’t clutter up the harmony. The...

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Muriel Anderson – Rhythm Makeover

May 22 2017

Muriel Anderson – Rhythm Makeover

Creative applications for distinctive rhythmic fingerstyle guitar approaches. Expand your fingerstyle rhythm guitar prowess with Muriel Anderson’s Rhythm Makeover and be sure to check out Adam Levy’s Rhythm Makeover for electric guitar, and Vicki Genfan’s Rhythm Makeover for acoustic guitar. Thousands of #1 hit records use the same handful of chord progressions. So, what makes those songs so distinctive from one another? Melody, lyrics and production values are all very important of course, but rhythm is what gets the feet tapping, the bodies moving and the lips smiling. Whether they perform in bands, duos or solo as a singer-songwriter,...

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Jazz Manouche In the Style of Wawau Adler

May 21 2017

Jazz Manouche In the Style of Wawau Adler

Josef “Wawau” Adler is a jazz guitarist from the town of Karlsruhe in Germany. Wawau comes from a family of Sinti gypsies, so it is only natural that his biggest musical influence is the great gypsy jazz guitarist, Django Reinhardt. While Wawau plays many styles of guitar, including bebop and modern jazz, he has gained an enviable, worldwide reputation for performing Gypsy Jazz. But Wawau’s musical style goes beyond simply following Django’s musical legacy. By adding influences such as Wes Montgomery, Charlie Parker, Pat Martino and George Benson, Wawau has developed a style which is uniquely his own. Django...

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Oscar Herrero – Guitarra flamenca paso a paso Volume 2

May 19 2017

Oscar Herrero – Guitarra flamenca paso a paso Volume 2

Oscar Herrero – Flamenco Guitar Step by Step Basic Technique: Volume 2. After performing a taranta with accompaniment from hand clappers, Óscar Herrero explains advanced techniques for strumming using the thumb, alzapúa (right hand technique whereby the thumb is brandished repeatedly against the same string, usually a grave string) and tremolo (accompaniment with the thumb, index, middle and ring fingers on the same string, to give the impression of a faltering sound). Flamenco harmony. Playing in bulería and alegría styles. It also includes pieces for guitar recitals that summarise all the techniques that are explained in the volumes 1...

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