Paul Mehling Learn To Play Django-Style Gypsy Jazz Guitar Vol. 2 Soloing

Oct 25 2018

Paul Mehling Learn To Play Django-Style Gypsy Jazz Guitar Vol. 2 Soloing

Paul Mehling Learn To Play Django-Style Gypsy Jazz Guitar Volume 2 Soloing. They don’t call it “hot guitar” for nothing! The driving style pioneered by Django Reinhardt and other Gypsy players became one of the dominant sounds in jazz during the thirties and forties, and its influence is still strongly felt today. Paul Mehling knows the style as well as anyone, and he takes it apart in detail for the learning player. A band won’t swing without a strong rhythm section, and the powerful guitar accompaniment that typifies the Gypsy style is the foundation of this terrific lesson. Starting...

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Vicki Genfan – Acoustic Rhythm Guitar Survival Guide

Oct 22 2018

Vicki Genfan – Acoustic Rhythm Guitar Survival Guide

Vicki Genfan’s Acoustic Rhythm Guitar Survival Guide. 19 acoustic rhythm guitar techniques & creative formulas for arrangement, composition and performance. Vicki’s Acoustic Rhythm Guitar Survival Guide steps you through 19 techniques and harmonic approaches for transforming any chord progression into compelling and engaging ear magic of your own. Get a grip on these 19 techniques, and then combine them for hundreds of possibilities to apply in any musical setting. Breathe new life into any cover tune, any solo performance, any original composition, any band or ensemble piece – it’s all within your grasp, whatever your style preference happens to...

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Guitar Building Blocks: Barre Chords And How To Use Them

Sep 30 2018

Guitar Building Blocks: Barre Chords And How To Use Them

Guitar Building Blocks Barre Chords And How To Use Them DVD download. Barre chords are a vitally important part of your ability to move beyond the third fret, play solid rhythm in all keys and get a wide variety of sounds through chord inversions. Happy de-mystifies these powerful chord shapes, providing tips on how toplay them cleanly and easily. You’ll learn basic chord theory, how to transpose from one key to another and how to play several chord progressions and songs, including Abilene and Stagolee. This dvd is a great beginning approach to learning the basics of guitar. Teacher...

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John Renbourn – Medieval & Renaissance Music For Fingerstyle Guitar

Sep 11 2018

John Renbourn – Medieval & Renaissance Music For Fingerstyle Guitar

John Renbourn Medieval & Renaissance Music For Fingerstyle Guitar. For some time now, I have periodically made transcriptions of early pieces mainly for my own enjoyment. My interest in early music runs parallel to my interest in Western folk music. It was, and still is, intriguing to consider the characteristics that are common to both. I discovered that even whole pieces, thought to exist in manuscript only, occasionally cropped up remarkably intact in current folk playing, and instruments long assumed silent were found to be still sounding in remote areas of Europe. I began by taking a medieval dance...

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Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar According to Tony McManus Volume 1 – 2

Aug 21 2018

Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar According to Tony McManus Volume 1 – 2

Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar According to Tony McManus. Tony McManus is an adept master of Celtic fingerstyle guitar, both in terms of adapting Celtic music to the guitar and in its performance – presenting all it intricacies, graces, and frills yet at the same time maintaining the pace and drive which characterises this style of music. Volume 1. In this first lesson, Tony discusses in detail the importance of ornamentations and triplets in Celtic music, and importantly, how this can be technically achieved. Scales and fingerings and playing in the DADGAD tuning are discussed and then illustrated with several melodies...

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Al Petteway – Celtic Instrumentals For Fingerstyle Guitar DVD 2

Aug 12 2018

Al Petteway – Celtic Instrumentals For Fingerstyle Guitar DVD 2

Al Petteway Celtic Instrumentals For Fingerstyle Guitar #2 Alternate Tunings. Al Petteway continues his excellent lesson with five beautiful and evocative guitar instrumentals in the Celtic style. This time, he covers songs and effects that can be attained through a variety of tunings, including standard, dropped-D, open G and low C. Al shows you how to create your own arrangements by finding the melody within the chord structure, then fleshing it out with pipe-like drone notes, chord substitutions, moving bass lines, the rhythmic “Scottish Snap” and other Celtic-sounding elements. Embellishment techniques right hand rolls, hammers, pull-offs, etc help you...

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Bob Brozman – Learn To Play Bottleneck Blues Guitar Volume 1

Jul 27 2018

Bob Brozman – Learn To Play Bottleneck Blues Guitar Volume 1

Bob Brozman Learn To Play Bottleneck Blues Guitar Volume 1. This DVD, along with volumes 2 & 3, are hands down the best available if you want to play authentic pre-war style blues slide guitar. Bob Brozman is an extraordinary player with an encyclopedic knowledge of the music. Bob’s incredible chops are vividly documented not only on this DVD but in the 26 recordings he has released since his first in 1981. Beyond the music, Bob is acknowledged as the world’s foremost authority on National guitars. His 1993 book, The History and Artistry of National Resonator Instruments, is the...

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Dom Flemons – Before the Blues

Jul 10 2018

Dom Flemons – Before the Blues

Dom Flemons Before the Blues. Early American fingerstyle guitar. “This DVD is an instructional tool for people who are interesting in finding different ways to approach American vernacular guitar. I have found in my studies of early country blues guitar that many of the styles of fingerpicking and strumming used by the early songsters incorporated parts of the banjo techniques used in old-time music. As the guitar became popular in the black communities of the South, there was a time when the two instruments freely interchanged ideas. I spent long hours practicing and learning the styles from various players...

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Dix Bruce Basic Country Flatpicking Guitar

Jun 17 2018

Dix Bruce Basic Country Flatpicking Guitar

Dix Bruce – Basic Country Flatpicking Guitar. Dix Bruce carefully teaches lead and backup guitar to nine great and classic country, bluegrass, and folk standards, ballads and hot breakdowns played by musicians the world over. Dix demonstrates the basic “bass note/strum” technique and shows how melodies can be easily integrated into known chord patterns. You’ll first learn leads on the country classics Worried Man Blues; Lonesome Valley; Storms are on the Ocean; and Handsome Molly in a variety of different keys. You’ll also learn the all-time guitar hit Wildwood Flower and how to transpose it from the key of...

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Bryan Sutton’s Secrets For Successful Flatpicking

Jun 09 2018

Bryan Sutton’s Secrets For Successful Flatpicking

Bryan Sutton’s Secrets For Successful Flatpicking. This extraordinary DVD lesson is filled with spectacular picking, detailed instruction and invaluable advice for aspiring bluegrass guitarists at all levels. Bryan Sutton thoughtfully and methodically lays out his tricks of the trade to help you play any tune and improve your flatpicking speed, power, timing and musicianship. Bryan addresses many of the problems that he sees in aspiring pickers, and passes along tips on how to keep your picking hand and arm tension-free and your fretting hand supple and quick. He provides drills and exercises, teaching an arsenal of licks, bends, double...

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