Electric Blues & Rock Guitar - The 1930s, 40s And 50s

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Overview

LESSON ONE: BEGINNINGS - THE ROOTS OF ELECTRIC BLUES - Electric blues stylists grew out of the guitar picking of versatile single-string soloists like Lonnie Johnson and Scrapper Blackwell and the country bluesmen, turned electric, like Lightnin' Hopkins and John Lee Hooker. Fred slows down and analyzes the licks, scales and techniques of these players.

LESSON TWO: ELECTRIC SLIDE GUITAR - Using several sample tunes, Fred teaches how to play electric slide guitar in the styles of the blues masters, the players who inspired Johnny Winter, The Allman Brothers, Ron Wood and the rest of today's rock slide guitarists. Several techniques are covered as you learn the techniques of Tampa Red (open D), Muddy Waters (open G), Elmore James (open E) and Robert Nighthawk (standard tuning) and how to apply these techniques to rock progressions.

LESSON THREE: EARLY BLUES/ROCK: CHUCK BERRY and BO DIDDLEY - These two guitarists defined rock guitar in their day. The licks and styles they used, derived from blues players, are still an important part of every rock guitarist's repertoire.

Contents

  • Ain't It Sad (Open D)
  • Airport Blues
  • All Night Long
  • Blues In The Mornin'
  • Diddlin' Around - Lead
  • Diddlin' Around - Rhythm
  • Goin' Downtown
  • Honest I Do
  • I Wonder When
  • In The Evening (Open G)
  • Little Bit Of Rhythm And Blues
  • One More Time Around
  • Out on The Road Too Long (Open E)
  • Rock & Roll Riff (Standard Tuning)
  • Same Old Thing, The
  • That's All Right
  • Twelve Bar Blues
  • You'll be Sorry (Standard Tuning)

Specs

Product IDCOBS012884296
Composer/Artist/Author Fred Sokolow
Instrumentation Guitar Solo
Publisher Bay (Mel) Publications Inc
Publisher Ref No 21143BCD
Language Eng
Media Book & CD
No of Pages48
ISBN-100786674881
ISBN-139780786674886
UPC796279100960

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