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Hal Leonard Rockabilly Guitar DVD
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On this dynamic instructional DVD, Troy Dexter plays examples in the style of such rockabilly greats as Scotty Moore, Carl Perkins, Brian Setzer, Edd...Read More
Learn the techniques of rockabilly greats with this jam-packed DVD.
On this dynamic instructional DVD, Troy Dexter plays examples in the style of such rockabilly greats as Scotty Moore, Carl Perkins, Brian Setzer, Eddie Cochran, and Duane Eddy. He demonstrates guitar effects devices (tremolo, echo, reverb, and distortion) and how they influence the sound of each musician. The accompanying booklet comes complete with easy-to-follow notation and diagrams corresponding exactly to the DVD.
- Troy demonstrates:
- Chord voicings
- Chord application
- The scales inherent in rockabilly
- Thirds and fifths
- Whole-tone licks
- Chromatic lead-ins
- Horn stab riffs
- Chord raking
- Vibrato bar techniques
- Shuffle rhythms and more
- Various artists
- Publisher: Hal Leonard
- Medium: DVD
- 5" W x 8" L
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Comments about Hal Leonard Rockabilly Guitar DVD:
The DVD runs about 50 minutes. It includes a small booklet with some chords and 34 example licks in the style of various players (Eddy, Cochran, Setzer, Perkins, Moore, etc.). Basically it spends about 2 minutes on each artist and tells you a couple of key things they did in their usual style. Some prior knowledge is assumed -- for instance, they show a lick that changes from pentatonic major to pentatonic minor. No reference to what that is, so if you don't know...it won't mean much.Its in the language of musicians...so you'll hear phrases like "oh and this player used a lot of sixths, like this..." There's a quite a bit of that so a novice player might find that confusing. Overall, its an ok 100,000 foot flyover of rockabilly, but I'm not sure that even if you learned everything on the DVD that you could go out and play rockabilly. I guess its a starting point.