English | 1h 40mins | DVD5 | VOB | MPEG2 4003kbps | 720x576 | 25fps | AC3 stereo 192kbps | 3.04 Gb
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.
True diversity 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. Artists such as Larry Carlton also bring a jazz flavor to the blues and popular ideas such as playing off of the "five chord" are discussed and utilized. For anyone trying to take their playing to the next level, Advanced blues in six week will give you plenty of new ideas, licks and inspiration to help you take a further step into better understanding and playing of blues guitar.
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