Peter Gelling – Progressive Blues Guitar Solos
Apr 21 2015
Transform your blues guitar playing with this comprehensive tutor that will set your solos on fire! Complete with a CD of demonstrations, this method will get you wailing like the best.
Beginning with the very basic pentatonic beginnings, this method guides you through a whole host of complete blues solos, each one illustrating a new or different blues technique.
As you progress, so the solos become more involved and challenging, culminating in a detailed examination of the soloing styles of the greats, including Lightnin’ Hopkins, Otis Rush, Albert King, Albert Collins, Peter Green and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Along the way you will learn about major and minor pentatonics, riff-style solos, vocal-style solos, call and response, dynamics, octaves, open-string harmonies, fingerpicking, and lots more. You do not have to read music to use this book.
When you’re going through an instructional book that has one exercise at the end of each chapter, you end up playing the same riffs over and over and over again to the point where you’ve mastered the riff but aren’t sure you’ve mastered the topic of the lesson or the technique being taught. You wish there were more exercises with which to practice.
Enter this book. The solos in this book are not copies note for note of the work of famous blues guitarists. These solos are designed to help the student master various techniques such as the various minor pentatonic patterns, playing along one string, bends, slides, thirds, sixths, using chords in a solo, riff based solos and other techniques. At the end the book provides solos in the style of blues greats like the Kings (Freddie, Albert and BB), Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Peter Green and Otis Rush.
Highly recommended for the advanced beginning guitar student interested in improving soloing technique.
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