100 Tips For Blues Guitar You Should Have Been Told

David Mead

100 Tips For Blues Guitar You Should Have Been Told
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100 Tips For Blues Guitar You Should Have Been Told

David Mead

The grandaddy of rock ‘n’ roll, the blues have mourned more dead dogs and no-good women than any other genre and are responsible for some of the most heart-felt tunes ever written. In 100 Tips For Blues Guitar , author and musician David Mead focuses on the styles and techniques associated with one of the guitar’s longest-surviving and most-played genres. Via a series of illustrated exercises that work in combination with an accompanying CD, he tackles the problems associated with playing a form of music that stretches the harmonic boundaries of Western music tradition, covering subjects from choosing the right plectrum to executing the most accomplished finger roll this side of the Mississippi. With a thorough breakdown of the styles of the biggest names in the blues, including John Lee Hooker, Robert Johnson and Howling Wolf, this should be a helpful guide for anyone with a guitar and a bottle of whiskey.

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