Learn to Play Eric Clapton Acoustic Songs

Jul 29 2018

Learn to Play Eric Clapton Acoustic Songs

Learn to Play Eric Clapton Acoustic Songs DVD download. In 1992, Eric Clapton performed a live concert in front of a small audience in the UK for the MTV Unplugged series. Featuring reworkings of many of Clapton’s most popular tracks and a collection of standard Blues songs, it was eventually released as the ‘Eric Clapton: Unplugged’ album which reached number one across the world and earned Clapton six Grammy awards. Featuring four songs from that concert and Clapton’s huge hit ‘Change The World’, Danny Gill teaches you how to play these songs and breaks down Eric’s incredible acoustic Blues...

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Dave Limina – Accelerate Your Keyboard Playing

Jul 28 2018

Dave Limina – Accelerate Your Keyboard Playing

Dave Limina Accelerate Your Keyboard Playing download. In Accelerate Your Keyboard Playing, keyboard guru Dave Limina shares his proven method for improving the fundamental skills required to build your harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic vocabulary. The DVD offers easy-to-understand exercises and demonstrations that can be applied to all levels and styles. Includes scale and blues techniques, ear training, rock and blues phrasing, two-hand grooves for funk, Texas shuffle, roots-rock, Latin styles, as well as jazz voicings and rhythms. Clear and detailed instruction is given both on-screen and in the accompanying 80-page booklet. This DVD is best viewed, not as a...

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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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Ernie Hawkins – Gospel Guitar Of Rev. Gary Davis

Jul 27 2018

Ernie Hawkins – Gospel Guitar Of Rev. Gary Davis

Ernie Hawkins Gospel Guitar Of Rev. Gary Davis PDF. The authentic blind-seer. He is a genius with a brightly burning spirit, enormous musical intelligence, technical brilliance, an encyclopedic memory, driving passion, deep faith, a raunchy and gracious sense of humor. A mystic. He is an icon of the style of guitar he was born into, known today as the Piedmont blues. Through players of the first half of the twentieth century like Alfred Shultz, Mose Ranger, Merle Travis, and Chet Atkins, this is the signature American fingerpicking style that would so deeply inform the country, folk, blues and even...

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Tom Kolb – Soloing Strategies for Guitar

Jul 26 2018

Tom Kolb – Soloing Strategies for Guitar

Tom Kolb Soloing Strategies for Guitar PDF. Expand your improvisational horizons with this incredible resource for all guitarists! Soloing Strategies for Guitar explores a variety of improvisational concepts and techniques, backed up with fingering patterns, exercises, and lick examples galore. In addition, each chapter includes several extended solos (in the styles of rock, blues, funk, jazz, and country) based entirely on the techniques brought forth in each lesson. Furthermore, each chapter features Quick Theory Tutorials that you can refer to if you need to brush up on your music theory. You’ll also find a section called Tone Tips that...

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Brad Carlton – Slash Chord Progressions

Jul 26 2018

Brad Carlton – Slash Chord Progressions

Brad Carlton’s Guitar Lab Slash Chord Progressions. Slash chords are an effective way of notating inversions of triads, extended harmonies and tension oriented sonorities. The concept of a triad over a bass note serves not only in the solo guitar realm, but also in an ensemble situation in which the bass note is played by the bass player thus freeing up the guitarist both technically and texturally to use major or minor triads in various inversions as a springboard for melodic fills. Another added benefit of viewing harmony via slash chords is the ease of determining which scales to...

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Herb Ellis – Jazz Guitar Method: Swing Blues

Jul 25 2018

Herb Ellis – Jazz Guitar Method: Swing Blues

Herb Ellis Jazz Guitar Method Swing Blues PDF. Mitchell Herbert “Herb” Ellis was an American jazz guitarist. Perhaps best known for his 1950s membership in the trio of pianist Oscar Peterson, Ellis was also a staple of west-coast studio recording sessions, and was described by critic Scott Yanow as “an excellent bop-based guitarist with a slight country twang to his sound.” The Herb Ellis Jazz Guitar Method is designed to take the mystery out of playing jazz guitar. Herb teaches single-note improvisation through a system of simple guitaristic ‘shapes’ that are derived from chord fingerings you already know. If...

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Larry McCabe – 101 Blues Guitar Turnaround Licks

Jul 21 2018

Larry McCabe – 101 Blues Guitar Turnaround Licks

Larry McCabe 101 Blues Guitar Turnaround Licks PDF. This book contains a collection of 101 blues turnaround licks for the guitar. Primarily for the electric guitar, the music can also be played on an acoustic guitar that has an unwound G string. Each lick is presented in both notation and tablature, with most of the examples written in C for the sake of uniformity and ease of comparison. Because the licks are not graded, the student may learn the examples in any order. The licks in this book may be played in literally thousands of existing tunes; this accessibility...

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Mat Gurman – 50 licks Blues Style

Jul 20 2018

Mat Gurman – 50 licks Blues Style

Mat Gurman 50 licks Blues Style download. Unlock the secrets of blues guitar! Ace session guitarist Mat Gurman teaches budding bluesmasters 50 terrific phrases, demonstrating licks for dominant and minor blues progressions, turnarounds, intro licks, ending licks, stop time licks and many more. He also shows players the classic techniques used in blues guitar, such as: bends, pull-offs, hammer-ons, slides, slurs, vibrato, muted string raking and more! Each lick is played in context, then demonstrated slowly with full explanations of every technique used. At the outset it should be said that these DVD’s are not for beginners, sorry but...

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Play Guitar With – The Blues Brothers

Jul 18 2018

Play Guitar With – The Blues Brothers

Play Guitar With – The Blues Brothers PDF. Play along with Jake and Elwood Blues on six classic rhythm and blues numbers. Like all the titles in the Play Guitar With… series, it includes accurate transcriptions of all the songs and a CD of demonstration and backing tracks to learn from and play along with. There are a lot of practice track things out there and if you’ve ever tried any you know how the majority of them stink. Some are lame midi sequenced junk or some guy recording jams on an old 4 track in his garage. Then...

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