14 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 540 min
This course is designed to focus your practice towards realistic goals achievable in six weeks. Each week provides you with techniques, concepts and licks to help you play and understand country soloing at a manageable pace. If you have been frustrated or intimidated by other educational material this course is for you. Lessons by Steve Trovato.
1.6 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 100 min
Continuing on with his Mastering the Blues series, in this installment Levi Clay takes you beyond the realm of playing a scale over the blues, and instead focuses on adding a little jazz influence by outlining the chord changes more closely. Using a mixture of pentatonics, blues scales, arpeggios and various other scale ideas, you’ll learn to apply music theory to a whole host of blues progressions and play more
3.5 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 130 min
Prepare to take your blues playing and knowledge to the next level! A common misconception with the blues is that it’s the same 12 bar progression over and over, but even a “12 bar blues” could mean a whole host of things.
15 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 9 hrs
Learn the nitty gritty details behind the technique of SRV, Jimi Hendrix and many other legendary blues/rock players. Not for the faint of heart, these are heavy-duty lessons for the player who's determined to improve.
4.2 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 70 min
Hans Theessink - Hooked on the Blues. Soulful songs and powerful techniques from a master bluesman. Blues fans and players worldwide have embraced the haunting, soulful sounds of the Mississippi Delta. Hans Theessink, a masterful player, singer and performer, teaches the powerful Guitar styles that he learned first-hand from traditional players in the American south.
4.2 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 100 min
The city of St. Louis played host, in the 1920s and 1930s, to one of the most distinctive and vital blues scenes ever documented on record. Like Memphis and Atlanta, St. Louis served as a sort of magnet, attracting musicians from the surrounding hinterlands and providing performance opportunities that were not available out in the country. Many of the St. Louis
4 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 110 min
Atlanta, in the period 1920 -1940, rivaled Memphis, St.Louis, Jackson and Chicago in the strength and vitality of its blues scene. It was home to a unique school of 12-string guitarists that included Blind Willie McTell, Barbecue Bob, Charlie Lincoln, Willie Baker and George Carter. Also on hand were the slick slide guitarist Fred McMullen, the
733 MB | MPEG | 352x240 | 00:58:54
In Country Rock Soloing Concepts, Steve demonstrates and explains ideas and techniques for putting together Hot Country-Rock solos. The video includes: fast single lines over common chord progressions, poppin' double stop lines, hot open string licks and scales, boogie shuffle lines plus a few of his favorite licks. On sreen music incuded.
685 MB | MPEG2 | 320x240 | 00:55:54
Allan "Dr. Licks" Slutsky (one of the pioneers of guitar tab and note-for-note transcriptions) explores the classic concepts, techniques, riffs and patterns of the great funk players. Includes: funk chord voicings, funk syncopation, funk rhythm grooves, 16th-note strumming, percussive muting techniques, "percolator" type-style, single-note funk, wah-wah grooves, layering multiple guitar