Fred Sokolow – Classic Blues Licks for Electric Guitar

Dec 02 2016

Fred Sokolow – Classic Blues Licks for Electric Guitar

Seasoned guitar instructor Fred Sokolow offers a wealth of classic blues licks that can be applied in a variety of blues performance situations. Sokolow has divided the licks into categories to aid in thought organization about the guitar fretboard. Some of the licks are based on scales, and others on chords. Written in standard notation and tablature. This book includes: Double note and Chord-based Licks; Up-the Neck Licks; Mixing Chord-based Licks with Blues Box Licks; Scalar Licks; Single-Note Key of-E figures and many more. Format: PDF + Audio tracks (Mp3). Download Fred Sokolow – Classic Blues Licks for Electric...

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Gil Parris – 50 Country Fried Blues Licks You Must Know

Dec 02 2016

Gil Parris – 50 Country Fried Blues Licks You Must Know

Gil’s signature Country Fried style is an innovative blend of blues, country, funk and jazz. You’ll learn lines that move inner voices ala Jack Wilkins and the late Ted Greene, ascending chromatic ideas inspired by the Adderley Brothers, how to emulate Herbie Hancock’s pulsating funky sound, hip tritone double-stops, effective ways to fingerstyle and blues-up the minor cliché utilizing the root, major 7, Flat 7 and 6th, pick up on a great shape to bend into the 4 chord, pianistic 10ths for freshening up any blues lick, sax emulation, funky Benson double stops, unusual but highly usable chord voicings,...

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Robin Trower – Guitar Signature Licks

Dec 01 2016

Robin Trower – Guitar Signature Licks

This book has plenty of good licks and examples of Robin Trower’s style. Very insightful. This and the HotLicks video make for a complete set of information on the Trower style. If you want to learn Trower style, this is it. There is not much on the market to learn about this great blues rock maestro’s licks in detail. Quite recommended if yo want to ROCK your guitar. Just tabs and audio, no video. English rocker Robin Trower has earned a rabid following for his guitar work with Procol Harum and on his solo records. Listen to music, follow...

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David Bennett Cohen – Learn to Play Blues Piano Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4

Nov 29 2016

David Bennett Cohen – Learn to Play Blues Piano Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4

This DVD well-suited, the material is simple, fundamental. It’s oriented not around sheet music, but demonstration & explanation. The presenter is personable, communicates well, and introduces some fun & interesting blues piano in a way that sends us dashing constantly back to the keyboard to try things out. This is an excellent introduction to blues piano. This is a great DVD piano course, as long as you have basic music theory and basic keyboard knowledge. Mr. Cohen, having played for the sixties psychedelic band Country Joe and the Fish, imparts his deep musical knowledge in this video. If you...

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Guitar Lessons – Genre Bluegrass Volume 2

Nov 29 2016

Guitar Lessons – Genre Bluegrass Volume 2

An old fashioned style of country music dating from the late 1930s pioneered by Bill Monroe (who invented the name) and Roy Acuff. While some people believe it to be the traditional music of the Appalachian mountains, it’s basically what country music was like before influences from jazz, blues, and pop came in. Most popular in Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee and Virginia. In bluegrass the guitar fiddle and banjo are the most important instruments and there is no drumming nor percussion. It has had a small but devoted following outside of the South for years, and despite being associated...

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Tim Quinn – Arpeggios for Lead Rock Guitar

Nov 29 2016

Tim Quinn – Arpeggios for Lead Rock Guitar

Tim Quinn Fluid Soloing Book 1 Arpeggios for Lead Rock Guitar. A modern arpeggio handbook and comprehensive training manual for developing fast, flowing arpeggio runs that connect the entire fretboard. Emphasis is on developing fluid, non-shifting arpeggio patterns (across the neck) using hammer-ons and pull-offs for speed and fluidity; and also on developing smooth position-shifting arpeggios (along the length of the neck) using slides. These two types of motion are then connected and combined in an extensive collection of soloing etudes for full assimilation. The result is a complete system of arpeggio pathways that connects every part of the...

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Merry Christmas – Beginning Solo Guitar

Nov 25 2016

Merry Christmas – Beginning Solo Guitar

This is simply one of the best books for people who want to play Christmas tunes for solo guitar. All tunes are well arranged and the chord changes make sense. None of the pieces are simple though. If you want to play this on Christmas start early! Mastering these tunes is well worth the effort and you learn a lot from them. Beginning Solo Guitar: Merry Christmas features sheet music for 15 songs for Guitar in beginning chord melody style arrangements in standard notation and tablature. Christmas is a heart touching season where gift giving is promoted, and Santa...

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Bob Mintzer – 15 Easy Jazz, Blues & Funk Etudes

Nov 23 2016

Bob Mintzer – 15 Easy Jazz, Blues & Funk Etudes

Written for a wide variety of musicians, 15 Easy Jazz, Blues & Funk Etudes will appeal to both aspiring players and to more experienced musicians. For the younger player, particular care is given to range, rhythmic figures and overall playability. The more accomplished musician will appreciate the high level of musicality, the lyrical compositions and the opportunities to improvise. Either way, the format is simple: Bob Mintzer plays and demonstrates each etude with a stellar rhythm section on the included CD. You learn each etude slowly. When ready, you play the etude with the CD accompaniment. This is a...

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James Alan Shelton – Clinch Mountain Guitar

Nov 23 2016

James Alan Shelton – Clinch Mountain Guitar

Ralph Stanley’s current and former guitarists in a program of Clinch Mtn. Boys classics, with a particular emphasis on crosspicking and how to apply it to tunes, song accompaniments, turnarounds and more. The boys play “Banks of the Ohio,” “Cannonball Blues,” “Tom’s Creek,” “Road to Coeburn” and more – all the music is transcribed to note/tab in the accompanying book. In this one-hour instructional DVD James Alan Shelton and George Shuffler demonstrate and teach the guitar techniques that helped change the role of the guitar in bluegrass music. The music of the Stanley Brothers and Ralph Stanley and the...

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Tommy Emmanuel – Emmanuel Labor

Nov 21 2016

Tommy Emmanuel – Emmanuel Labor

Emmanuel Labor provides a personal, one-on-one setting in which not only music aficionados can enjoy performances of some of Tommy’s best-loved tunes, but also offers guitar players instruction by one of the world’s best. Tommy Emmanuel, fingerstyle master and performer, shares his personal insight and technique to sixteen tunes. Pieces shown include cuts from his albums Only, Endless Road and The Mystery. As a bonus feature on the DVD a few sections are slowed down, with no compromise in pitch or video, to better see the exact execution that Tommy uses. Be advised this DVD contains no charts, or...

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