Lick Library: Brian Setzer Guitar Techniques

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Catalogue No: RDR0030
Artist: Brian Setzer
Series: Lick Library
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
The acknowledged hero of the Rockabilly guitar, Brian Setzer, is the focus of this 2-hour tutorial. Celebrated tutor Steve Trovato guides you through the riffs and techniques that form the basis of the Rockabilly sound, giving you a close-up look at some of Setzer's most characteristic guitar work. You will discover an arsenal of licks and phrases that will transform your personal style. The DVD even includes four full guitar jam tracks for you to try out all the featured ideas in the context of a full band.
ISBN: 5060088820537
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 07 June 2005
Length: 120
Language: English
 
     
       
         

          Musicroom Reviews

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          4
          If you've every tried to learn Brian Setzer style from Brian himself you'll know he's a great player but not a great teacher! Steve on the other hand is a great teacher and makes everything very simple to understand. The first part of the tutorial he shows you some rockabilly techniques, including talking about delay settings. In the latter part he shows you a couple of Brian Setzer style solos. There's lots in here to learn. As with all lick library videos there's no tab or backing tracks provided!
          Anonymous - (Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom)
          3
          Bonne méthode vidéo, mais réservée aux pratiquants de la langue anglaise exclusivement, et il aurait été plus qu'utile qu'un livret soit joint avec au moins les tablatures des exercices filmés.
          Anonymous - (PLOMBIERES les DIJON, France)
          4
          Steve teaches with a warm, relaxed style that I immediately liked. The content is excellent with solo work broken down into the individual licks first played normal then "real slow". He names the string and the note when he places his fingers on them. I suppose it helps to know the notes on the the fretboard but this is only a very small criticism if you are new to music. The pick/finger style rhythm backing section is good and well explained, although will need some practice to get tight.But if you want to learn some Travis/Scotty Moore, go for it. The content is good for all levels and does what it states to teach authentic rock/rockabilly guitar.
          Anonymous - (SURBITON, United Kingdom)

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