Pete Huttlinger – Arrangements for Solo Acoustic Guitar 1
Aug 14 2013
When you hear Peter Huttlinger on recordings or in concert it’s no mystery why he won the National Fingerpicking Competition in Winfield, Kansas, or why he is quickly becoming a powerful force in the acoustic guitar world. Pete’s picking is clean, soulful and, at times, blazingly fast. Whether he’s playing his arrangement of a classic pop tune or one of his own compositions, listeners are inevitably startled by what they hear.
Pete starts with the lyrical Lennon/McCartney tune “And I Love Her,” played on a nylon string guitar. This richly textured but relatively easy piece will get you set up for the challenges that follow.
Next, Pete takes the classic Steely Dan song “Josie” and builds up a powerful rendition complete with moving bass parts, jazz chord formations and a funky groove that doesn’t quit. Then it’s on to “Brown Bomber,” Pete’s fingerpicking tour de force that will give you an incredible workout while you learn cascading runs across the entire range of the fingerboard.
Switching to a flatpick and DADGAD tuning, Pete teaches “Catch and Release,” the title tune to one of his popular CDs and one that is rich in a variety of ear-catching guitar sounds.
As you’ve come to expect, Peter Huttlinger’s teaching style is clear, methodical and personable. He imparts musical knowledge and playing tips while going through these show-stopping instrumentals. This lesson will provide months of intense study and dramatic pieces to play.
Running time: 1h 25m
Video: MPEG Video, 720×480, 29.970 fps, 5 000 Kbps
Audio: AC-3 , 48.0 KHz, , 192 Kbps
Booklet: Yes (PDF)
Size: 3.2 Gb