Learn five tracks note for note, guitar lessons by Michael Casswell. This superb DVD will teach you five tracks from this highly acclaimed singer and songwriter… learn each track note for note! Lessons include; Bigger Than My Body, Neon, Slow Dancing In A Burning Room, Gravity, Stop This Train. Michael Casswell is a highly sought after freelance guitarist and producer. He has played and toured with many well known bands and artists as diverse as Brian May, Cozy Powell and Ronan Keating to name just a few. His playing can be heard on numerous film and TV soundtracks.
Learn five Trivium tracks note for note with Andy James. This superb DVD teaches you some of the best riffs and solos from one of the most popular current heavy metal acts! Andy James is a well respected guitarist and teacher whose influences include Greg Howe, Paul Gilbert, Tony Macalpine and Zakk Wylde.
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Composer, arranger, producer, educator and monster bass player, Andrew Ford's groove pedigree features recordings, tours and performances with the likes of Al Jarreau, Whitney Houston, Robben Ford, Chaka Khan, George Duke, Gladys Knight, James Ingram, Patti Austin, Christopher Cross, Michael McDonald, The Emotions, The Stylistics, Larry Carlton, Oleta Adams and so many other world-class musicians that it makes your head spin. Nobody on the planet is better qualified than Andrew Ford to present this Bass Groove Survival Guide.
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.
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.