Greg Koch – Best Of Stevie Ray Vaughan

Feb 19 2014

Greg Koch – Best Of Stevie Ray Vaughan

In this outstanding DVD, author/clinician/recording artist Greg Koch teaches the trademark riffs and solos of SRV, the man responsible for reinventing blues and rock on the guitar.The session is hosted by Greg Koch, who has a well earned reputation in the guitarworld as a wonderful instructor and great player.
In his demonstrations and explainations, Koch clearly shows that he possesses the necessary in-depth understanding of the guitar style of Stevie Ray Vaughan, aswell as the ability to communicate this knowledge in an easy to understand, relaxed way.
This instructional video is fun to watch and will have you playing the licks in short order if you are an intermediate level or better guitar player. Koch is hilarious and an excellent instructor who has obviously closely analyzed and feels comfortable with the material. He is also a versatile player.

Greg analyzes these eight classics in detail:

  • Ain’t Gone ‘N’ Give Up on Love
  • Couldn’t Stand the Weather
  • Crossfire
  • Empty Arms
  • The House Is Rockin’
  • Riviera Paradise
  • Scuttle Buttin’
  • Stang’s Swang.

 

Language: English
Year: 2003
Country: USA
Running time: 1 hour
Quality: DVD5
Video: MPEG2 720×480 8000 kbps 29.97 fps AR 4:3
Audio: AC3 192 kpbs 48 KHz
Booklet: No
Size: 3.4 Gb

Greg Koch - Best Of Stevie Ray Vaughan

Greg Koch – Best Of Stevie Ray Vaughan

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4 comments

  1. bobmarl37 /

    Getting tabs one Ultimate Guitar is same,don’t trouble download this it’s the same (only some parts of songs) but with explanation of Vaughan’s Style and there is not even booklet.

    But thanks Admin anyway.

  2. Bjorn /

    bobmarl37, I can tell you that someone can spend years to play some song. Someone can play without any video just have a good ears. And some people can see this video and find out all secrets to play that great songs.

  3. bobmarl37 /

    I see what you mean,the purpose of analysing songs by a pro on this video is for noob like me in order that we can improvise on it and not just simply learn by heart a tab cause at the end it’s souless.

  4. keibafan /

    A nice, but challenging lesson for beginners – thanks!

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