Joe Bonamassa – Lead Guitar Unlimited

Oct 14 2015

Joe Bonamassa – Lead Guitar Unlimited

This lesson covers more material than you can possibly imagine. From Stevie Ray, Hendrix, Gatton, Beck, Clapton, and B.B. King influences to pick-and-finger style, it’s all here! Joe covers octaves in blues, 2-note bending, taking musical chances, over bending, slide guitar in open G tuning, wah-wah techniques, soloing over swing patterns, bounce picking, index finger bends, rock, blues, jazz and country styles and more to help create your own signature sound. Filmed early in his career, Joe was already a master player and teacher, and he gives it all he’s got on this re-mastered DVD. Music examples included in...

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Paul Pigat – Rockabilly Electric Guitar

Sep 10 2015

Paul Pigat – Rockabilly Electric Guitar

Paul Pigat is Canada’s leading authority on Rockabilly Guitar. In this lesson, Paul will take you through the techniques that will help you get going with this great style. Rockabilly guitar is not an easy style to master, and any beginner to the guitar will struggle. Paul breaks it all down nice and easy giving you everything you need to get that authentic feel in your playing. Paul Pigat is a really great teacher, if you like lessons by this great instructor you can find helpful Travis Picking Hillbilly Fingerstyle Guitar. Includes: Rockabilly Intros Alternate Picking/Travis Picking Style Soloing...

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Jim Weider – Get That Classic Fender Sound

Sep 07 2015

Jim Weider – Get That Classic Fender Sound

Guitarist and Fender expert Jim Weider details the innovative and groundbreaking instrumental techniques of Roy Buchanan, James Burton, Steve Cropper, Robbie Robertson, Cornell Dupree, Freddy King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Jimi Hendrix, and provides a close-up look at some of the famous guitars and amps that made rock ‘n’ roll history! Jim amassed a mind-boggling collection of original instruments for this session. Each is linked to a specific player and style for a complete understanding of the way they were used to achieve their trademark sounds. Learn amazing licks and solos, and get a close-up look at some of...

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Guitar Lessons – Genre: Country

Jun 04 2015

Guitar Lessons – Genre: Country

Country music is genre of American popular music that originated in the agrarian regions of the Southern United States in the 1920s. It takes its roots from southeastern American folk music, Western cowboy. Blues mode has been used extensively throughout its recorded history. Country music often consists of ballads and dance tunes with generally simple forms and harmonies accompanied by mostly string instruments such as banjoes, electric and acoustic guitars, fiddles, and harmonicas. Having roots in Folk, Celtic, and Gospel music, Country and Country Western evolved rapidly in the 1920’s. This genre of music has spawned two of the...

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Albert Lee – Master Session

May 23 2015

Albert Lee – Master Session

Learn the licks, leads and solos that made Albert Lee a guitar hero! This disc brings you step-by-step tuition in Albert Lee’s guitar techniques by the man himself. Albert takes you through the licks and leads he has used on dozens of recordings including his classic work in Emmylou Harris’ Hotband. In this DVD reissue you’ll discover the secrets and techniques of Britain’s greatest country rock guitarist! Includes 24-page booklet. Don’t miss a chance. Masterclass from a master. Great to hear this wizard in action and watch his technique as well as learn some of his most well known...

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Andy Aledort – In Deep: How to Play Chicken Pickin’

May 09 2015

Andy Aledort – In Deep: How to Play Chicken Pickin’

In the DVD How to Play Chicken Pickin’, Andy Aledort shows you how to play all the techniques associated with that legendary, lighting-fast style of country shredding known as “chicken pickin’.” Plus, you’ll get in-depth lesson on using two-note double-stops. As a guitarist, he has worked live and in the studio with Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell and the Band of Gypsys rhythm section of bassist Billy Cox and drummer Buddy Miles. Aledort has been a member of original Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts’ band, Great Southern, and performed with Buddy Guy, Double Trouble, Paul Rodgers and...

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Albert Lee – Virtuoso Techniques

Mar 04 2015

Albert Lee – Virtuoso Techniques

Eminent studio guitarist Albert Lee shares his expertise with aspiring guitarists. Guests include Sterling Ball, Jim Cox and Bob Mater. For intermediate to advanced levels. This video will have you play terrific riffs in no time. Virtuoso Techniques focuses on the components which make up Albert Lee’s brilliant country style: classic intros and endings, chicken picking, lines using thirds, sixths and tenths, banjo-style picking, open-string rolls, pedal steel-type bends, and more. This video is truly a lexicon of country guitar techniques. If you are going to watch this video make sure you have the tabs, there are a lot...

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Desi Serna – Guitar Modes: The Modal Scales of Popular Music

Nov 26 2014

Desi Serna – Guitar Modes: The Modal Scales of Popular Music

Desi Serna – Guitar Modes: The Modal Scales of Popular Music. This video program is intended for intermediate to advanced level guitar players who have already learned how to play major scale patterns and chord progressions by numbers. Did you know that modes are used all the time and everything is actually in a mode? Would you like to learn how most styles of popular music stem from the seven major scale modes? What if you could understand the chords and scales used in a song just by the way it sounds? How much better would your own compositions...

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Carl Verheyen – SWAT Blues

Nov 13 2014

Carl Verheyen – SWAT Blues

As impressive as Verheyen’s pedigree may be, it doesn’t even come close to accurately reflecting the monster technique, extraordinary intelligence and imaginative creativity that comprises his signature style. Carl Verheyen is the quintessential guitarist’s guitarist and a quick Google will prove that pudding. Fortunately for we students of guitar, he is also an incredibly articulate educator with a knack for making even the most challenging material very accessible. Consequently, SWAT Blues will take you deeper, wider and further than any blues course you’ve ever worked through by applying influences from bluegrass, rumba, rockabilly, jazz, rock, western swing, Texas-style, Delta-style...

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Robbie Calvo – 50 Modal Licks You Must Know

Oct 30 2014

Robbie Calvo – 50 Modal Licks You Must Know

50 Modal Licks You Must Know – A hand-picked collection of modal licks that you must know. Modes. Erudite jazzers swear by them and can bend your ear for hours about why the Mixolydian b6 fifth mode of the C ascending melodic minor scale will cure all that ails your improvisations. Bluesmen and rockers would likely pronounce that they “don’t need no stinkin’ modes.” Granted, there’s a vast range of opinions related to the use of modes but everyone seems to agree two things; 1) If you play any form of Western music, you’re playing modes whether you know...

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