Blues riffs licks and songs have served as a great platform for many guitar players for many years, no matter how a technical a run or flurry of notes can be, placing a blues phrase or lick at the end always grounds the passage and brings the listener back to a familiar musical place. Regardless of whether you are using blues licks in a rock or metal genre or playing pure blues you can never have enough blues licks in your repertoire. This DVD offers 51 great usable licks in the shuffle rhythm. This style forces the player to deliver licks and phrases that offer taste and timing to the ear of the listener. By learning these licks you can build an arsenal of blues motifs that can be puled into other styles or simply played along with the included backing track. This DVD offers fun, education and above all great licks. Whatever your style there is something here for you.
Learn to play blues-style guitar with Teach Me Blues Guitar from Voyetra. This simple method uses video clips, animation, and voice-overs to make learning fast, fun, and easy. Play classic blues riffs, solos, and songs in no time. The self-paced course lets you begin with concepts and basic theory or skip right to the lessons. A video overview introduces you to each phase of the course. Each level focuses on particular chords and techniques, which are described by your instructor, written in text passages, and demonstrated by video clips. You don't have to read music to play guitar. Clear and simple illustrations, diagrams, and charts show you exactly where to place your fingers.
eMedia Blues Guitar Legends. Teaches 10 monumental blues songs by artists such as Stevie Ray Vaughan, B.B. King and Muddy Waters. Includes original artist recordings synched to an animated fretboard. Learn through complete, note-for-note transcriptions with standard notation or tablature, plus multi-speed MIDI audio tracks. Built-in accessories include an automatic tuner, metronome and recorder. Includes a guitar pick!
Advanced Blues In Six Weeks Is The Next Step From The Already Classic Electric Blues In Six Weeks .
Week five includes lessons on major and minor pentatonic motifs, note placements, major pentatonics for soloing, using the open high E string, using the E diminished chord and dominant arpeggios. Advanced blues in six weeks is the next step from the already classic 'Electric Blues In Six Weeks'. This series goes deep into the possibilities of blues soloing, analysing the true diversity between between some of the best blues guitar players who have explored the genre. From the string bending and jazz concepts of BB King to the amazing fast blues rock runs of Joe Bonamassa. Concepts such as diminished scale usage made popular by Robben Ford are demonstrated and taught for practical application.
Week four includes Joe Bonamassa style blues guitar techniques including phrasing and timing, accents and sliding between positions, using the 9th and hybrid picking. Also includes a blues jam track. Advanced blues in six weeks is the next step from the already classic 'Electric Blues In Six Weeks'. This series goes deep into the possibilities of blues soloing, analyzing the true diversity between between some of the best blues guitar players who have explored the genre. From the string bending and jazz concepts of BB King to the amazing fast blues rock runs of Joe Bonamassa. Concepts such as diminished scale usage made popular by Robben Ford are demonstrated and taught for practical application.
In week 3 we look at Robben Ford again but this time in a much more traditional blues style. Using a blues shuffle backing track in E we look at open position licks, odd grouping phrases, open string motifs as well as connecting positions within a lick. Robben's signature string bending approach using fingers to pop out notes is discussed once again extending the boundaries of blues soloing.
The state of Texas has had a major presence in the Blues, from the earliest days of the recording era right on up to the present day. So many tremendous Blues musicians have hailed from Texas, i.e. Blind Lemon Jefferson, Lightnin’ Hopkins, T-Bone Walker, Freddy King. This DVD focuses on the Country Blues guitarists who first defined the Texas Blues sound and who put Texas on the map as a prime location in Blues Country.