3.7 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 80 min
"Learning Blues Guitar Doesn't Have To Be Difficult. Learn The Insider Secrets To Playing Like The Blues Greats Quickly And Easily -- Guaranteed!". Join the thousands of musicians that have used the exact same system to play just like the Blues greats!. B.B. King. Chuck Berry. Stevie Ray Vaughan. Buddy Guy. and many others!.
4.2 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 91 min
This collection of bawdy blues songs celebrates the off-color blues repertoire: Bessie Smith is wild about her kitchen man's turnip tops, but Bo Carter's pencil won't write no more! There's lots of variety, with songs from the 1930s, 40s and 50s; some are simple three-chord blues tunes and others have beautiful, ragtime chord changes.
1.3 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 210 min
Trovato's unique, signature style is blues-based and heavily spiced with country, rockabilly, twang, rock and jazz influences. 50 Voodoo Blues Licks You MUST Know extends the key learnings presented in his best-selling Voodoo Blues course with an expanded blues vocabulary of licks inspired by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jeff Beck, Eric Johnson, Robben Ford, John Mayer, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Danny Gatton and many other witch doctors of the blues.
1.3 GB | DVD | 720x480 | 191 min
Hamburger digs deep into the 50s and 60s, when labels like Blue Note, Prestige and Riverside were serving up the funky, down-home music of guitarists like Kenny Burrell, Grant Green and Wes Montgomery, all of whom inspired some of the jazzed blues lickage in this collection. These alone are worth the price of admission, but as we all know, Hamburger is the consummate over-achiever and he sure didn't stop there...
10 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 240 min
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
1.5 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 215 min
Anthony organized the collection into five groups representing the five most common styles of slow blues tunes. You'll not only learn the lick itself but also where it fits within a standard 12-bar progression. Anthony performs the lick over a rhythm track and then breaks it down for you note-by-note, move-by-move. You get all of the tracks, tab, notation, Power Tab and Guitar Pro files.
1 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 01:28:54
Warren Haynes, of the Allman Brothers Band, has also enjoyed an outstanding solo career as a bluesman. On this great DVD he covers a wide range of blues and slide skills and techniques, including phrasing, vibrato, string bending, and soloing as well as mixing major and minor scales, using space, and looking for blue notes within intervals. An intense and rewarding blues
4.5 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 68 min
Etta Baker's fingerpicking and Blues style is pure Appalachian magic and this special DVD gives you the chance of your own private lesson! to plays sings and examines ten traditional and original tunes providing a close look at her unique Piedmont style. By alternating a solid thumb pattern with Blues picking techniques Etta creates rock solid swinging rhythms that are blended together with slides bends and some very funky rhthmic devices. Discover the huge variety of styles Etta employs.
4 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 63 min
This second lesson will soon help you master some of the classic acoustic RAGTIME and BLUES styles. Various accompaniment ideas are demonstrated for the 12 bar blues through to the alternate picking styles of players like Mississippi John Hurt, Big Bill Broonzy and Keb Mo. The lesson finishes with a cool Country Blues instrumental.
4 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 65 min
This first lesson, geared towards those beginning their study of this guitar style, will show how to take a handful of basic chords and turn them into the fingerpicking patterns of FOLK and AMERICANA. Common chord patterns are brought to life with chord extensions and the use of open string voicings. An ideal starter lesson if you are wishing to immerse yourself in the music of players like Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez throughout to James Taylor and John Mayer. MAX MILLIGAN