Alex Weir – Great Rhythm Grooves for Electric Guitar

Apr 14 2017

Alex Weir – Great Rhythm Grooves for Electric Guitar

80-minute instructional video, with special guests Louis Johnson and Tetsugi Ogawa ( lead guitar). Alex Weir teaches guitarists how he got the driving sounds that contributed to the sounds of Talking Heads, Brothers Johnson, and Tom Tom Club, offering advice on pick speed, tonal variations, rhythmic development, hand/wrist positions, timing and more. If you get rhythm guitar get this. Breaks it down but not too far. Makes you want to play. He uses about 6 grooves to illustrate diffent points like classic r&b, “outside” rhythms and picking vs chordal rhythms. It’s probably not what you want for your first...

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Chart Hits Of ’98-’99 (Tab book)

Apr 12 2017

Chart Hits Of ’98-’99 (Tab book)

You have a chance to play (sing) 26 favorites of 1998 – 1999 years. There are songs by Goo Goo Dolls, Alanis Morissette, Shania Twain, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion and many more. From beginner to advanced. Songs include: All My Life – K-Ci &JoJo Angel – Sarah McLachlan Angel of Mine – Monica The Boy is Mine – Brandy & Monica Doo Wop (That Thing) – Lauryn Hill The First Night – Monica From This Moment On – Shania Twain A Little More Time on You – N’ Sync Heartbreak Hotel – Whitney Houston I Don’t Want to Wait...

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Adam Levy – Rhythm Makeover

Apr 12 2017

Adam Levy – Rhythm Makeover

Expand your electric rhythm guitar prowess with Adam Levy’s Rhythm Makeover and be sure to check out Muriel Anderson’s Rhythm Makeover for fingerstyle and Vicki Genfan’s Rhythm Makeover for acoustic guitar. Thousands of #1 hit records use the same handful of chord progressions. So, what makes those songs so distinctive from one another? Melody, lyrics and production values are all very important of course, but rhythm is what gets the feet tapping, the bodies moving and the lips smiling. Whether they perform in bands, duos or solo as a singer-songwriter, guitarists play rhythm 95% of the time supporting the...

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Steve Krenz – Learn & Master Guitar: The Song Hits

Apr 11 2017

Steve Krenz – Learn & Master Guitar: The Song Hits

Learn and Master Guitar: The Song Hits is designed for those who want to learn how to play popular songs from the ground up. This video songbook contains 40 songs – 20 learning sessions on 10 DVDs and a 128-page companion songbook – and provides in-depth teaching about how to play the riffs and fills one note at a time as well as how to get the right tone from your guitar. With built-in DVD accompaniment tracks for each song. The Song Hits is a great material do use with or without the learn and master guitar course. Each...

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Adrian Legg – Fingerpicking and Open Tunings

Apr 10 2017

Adrian Legg – Fingerpicking and Open Tunings

Adrian Legg Fingerpicking and Open Tunings DVD download. Adrian Legg takes an in-depth look at some of the more intriguing open tunings for acoustic guitar plus a variety of trailblazing effects. “Frailing” for guitar, Celtic-style playing, DADGAD tuning, open G tuning, dynamics, attack, advanced hammer and pull techniques and even Scottish bagpipe effects – all these and much more make this DVD an exceptionally rewarding lesson from a British guitar master. “Fingerpicking And Open Tunings” also features a new introduction by Woody Mann. Jazz and blues guitarist Woody Mann learned from legendary Rev. Gary Davis and then played and...

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Dan Miller – Flatpicking Essentials Volume 5

Apr 10 2017

Dan Miller – Flatpicking Essentials Volume 5

Flatpicking Essentials Volume 5: Improvisation and Style Studies. Improvisation is one of those things that flatpickers always ask about at workshops and seminars. It is one of those mysterious and elusive concepts that is hard for many people to grasp. In this Volume of the Flatpicking Essentials series authors Dan Miller and Tim May take away the mystery by presenting a step-by-step gradual learning method that will have you improvising immediately and then build your skill slowly and steadily. By the end of this book you will have the confidence and the skill to step out and start improvising...

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The Ellington Collection for Solo Guitar

Apr 09 2017

The Ellington Collection for Solo Guitar

Twelve of the “Duke’s” most memorable compositions arranged in standard notation and tablature. The arrangements are very interesting and well presented. Although it’s not a book for beginners, some of the arrangements are well suited for intermediate players who are just starting to learn solo jazz guitar. Others, though, are challenging even for a fairly advanced player.  If you find this book too challenging, make sure to stay away from Morgen’s book on Gershwin. Even the simplest of those arrangements are hard. However, playing his arrangements is not impossible! First, when working on the piece listen to it on...

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Per Danielsson – Jazz Piano DVD Real Book

Apr 05 2017

Per Danielsson – Jazz Piano DVD Real Book

Learn loved jazz standards from a piano player’s point of view. Per Danielsson analyzes and teaches both melodic and harmonic material with an “easy to understand” approach, paying particular attention to each tune’s unique features and demonstrating elements of the standards that have evolved over time to become the recognizable components that make these songs the classic masterpieces as we know them to be. The visual application of this DVD will help you to absorb the tunes more completely, and speed up the learning process. The tunes are recorded with a four piece band to fully express the sound,...

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Duke Ellington for Jazz Guitar

Apr 01 2017

Duke Ellington for Jazz Guitar

Duke Ellington For Jazz Guitar PDF 15 sensational songs. A cool solo guitar collection of 15 Ellington classics! The arrangements are based on the orchestral recordings, which results in melodic music with single-note lines and hip chord voicings that blend seamlessly. Don’t miss a chance. Duke Ellington was an American composer, pianist, and bandleader of a jazz orchestra, which he led from 1923 until his death in a career spanning over fifty years. Songs include: Caravan Come Sunday Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me Don’t Get Around Much Anymore I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good I...

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Patrick Pfeiffer – Daily Grooves for Bass

Mar 30 2017

Patrick Pfeiffer – Daily Grooves for Bass

New York City bassist and teacher Patrick Pfeiffer has created a regimen that will teach the developing bassist how to become truly great, through practice, discipline, and perseverance. But who said it has to be boring? Daily Grooves for Bass is jam-packed with a different groove for every day of the year and these funky, hip, and inspiring exercises will get newcomers reading and playing grooves worthy of any bassist’s repertoire. Bassists can forget the chore of trudging through a typical exercise book, as grooves are limited to one or two measures and then repeat, just like bass grooves...

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