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Fingerpicking Blues Guitar Instrumentals


A challenging set of three lessons featuring six blues instrumentals for the intermediate to advance guitarist.
Level: 0, pages
RefNr: SG99806BCD
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Written by: Stefan Grossman

Format: Method Medium: Book/3CD
Series: Stefan Grossman Guitar Workshop - AudioPublisher: Grossman's Guitar Workshop
Genre: * | Blues - Instrumental | * | Fingerstyle - Blues | * | Open/Alternate Tuning - General |

Lesson One: Tribute To Lonnie Johnson, a blues in the key of D played in a dropped D tuning (D A D G B E). Dollartown, combines a New Orleans sound with the playing of Rev.Gary Davis in the key of C. Lesson Two: Yazoo Basin Boogie played in a dropped D tuning (D A D G B E) combining a boogie, walking bass, counterpoint lines and Delta blues techniques. Religious Trainfare Blues ( also titled A Heart Much Obliged) is played in the key of E and is reminiscent of the blues piano playing of Ray Charles. Lesson Three: Blues For The Mann is played in the key of A and features a multi-section piano sounding blues transcribed to fingerstyle guitar. Lemon's Jump is also played in the key of A and is influenced by the blues guitar of New Orleans great Snooks Eaglin. Grossman Audio. Blues. Level: Intermediate. Book/3CD Set. Size 8.75x11.75. 32 pages. Series: Stefan Grossman Guitar Workshop - Audio. .

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