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Solo Blues Guitar (Music Instruction) par [Rubin, Dave]
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Longueur : 80 pages Word Wise: Activé Optimisé pour de plus grands écrans
Langue : Anglais

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(Guitar Collection). This book and audio package contains 55 traditional blues arrangements chock-full of chords, licks, riffs, and lines for you to pick up and play. Many different blues forms are presented, from 12-bar and 8-bar progressions to minor and slow blues patterns providing loads of fun for the serious bluesman to the casual hobbyist. The audio features a demonstration of every example in the book.

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  • Taille du fichier : 55969 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 80 pages
  • Editeur : Hal Leonard (1 février 2006)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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31 internautes sur 32 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice collection of 12 bar blues solos 6 mars 2006
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: Partition Achat vérifié
This is a fairly good collection of short blues pieces in various keys. I like how the keys are kept together. All the pieces, though meant as solos, are arranged (and played on the CD) for flatpick, which is kind of unusual for solo blues, which one tends to think as being finger picked.

So if you can't fingerpick, this is an especially good book. I find that Hybrid picking (using a flatpick between first finger and thumb while finger picking with middle and ring) works great on some of these pieces and helps keep the bass going over the runs.

It's really a lick book that shows by example where the licks would fall in context of a solo, and for that it is very good.

Good feature: every piece (55!)is numbered with a coresponding numbered track on the CD. (Which seems very accurate with the TAB!) The licks used, while some seem pretty standard blues stuff, others were real eye openers for me.

Not a lot of instruction or guidlines for beginners. But if you allready play in this style a little and know blues scale and 7th and 9th chords and are sick of playing the same old thing, it will come easy to you. Some of the peices will challenge you in a good way.

Overall it's a good package and I'm really enjoying it. Not for true beginners, but a good intermedient package.
18 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 People might actually stop and listen to you, but don't buy this book if ... 13 novembre 2008
Par Ger L - Publié sur
Format: Partition
Don't buy this book if..... you want basic blues guitar instruction. There are many....way too many...books that purport to "teach everything about the blues." If you need to know about the shuffle, blues chord progressions, and how to finger an open seventh, then get one of those.
Don't buy this book if..... you're looking for virtuoso riffs. There are books that offer more sophisticated and technically demanding pieces, but if you can play those, then you probably don't need a book.
Don't buy this book if..... you want to buy "soul", "mojo", or "the goods." If you're looking to get that from a book, you're never going to find it.
Now, if you want an excellent "next level" book, get this. The pieces aren't hard for someone who's mastered the basics, but they provide big steps in playing ability. The CD is straightforward with no backing or variation from the tab. You hear exactly what you are expected to play without unnecessary and distracting additions. This is one of the best self-instruction guitar books I've encountered. Include some of this in your playing, and people might actually stop and listen to you.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice collection of 55 relatively easy pieces 18 juillet 2012
Par AlwaysStartingOver - Publié sur
Format: Partition Achat vérifié
I just received the book a few days ago. I'm a mid-level electric blues guitarist who lacks bandmates and sort of wants to do the solo electric guitar thing ala John Lee Hooker. This book is pretty much perfect for that. It gives you 55(!) short (one page each) pieces of solo blues guitar (tab and standard notation) to learn. The tunes are fairly simple but very effective sounding - nothing here is particularly complex except maybe some of the phrasing - it's not easy to sound like a real blues player - but the CD has all the tunes recorded on it so you hear how you are "supposed" to sound. Not everyone sounds the same even when playing the same piece so calibrate your expectations. This is a nice collection of easy-to-play and learn blues "songs" (solo guitar pieces) designed to be played with a pick (not fingerpicked although there's nothing preventing you from playing these in a finger style manner) for the intermediate level blues guitarist. It will NOT show you how to finger a minor 7th chord. It won't show you the Pentatonic blues minor scale in all 5 positions across the fretboard. You can get that in other books or on the web. This gives you something to actually play - and you don't need a band to play them. It's nice. I happen to love this book. I like to learn the songs, modify them slightly or more depending on how I feel and put lyrics to them and "boom" I have a blues tune of my own to play. This book is great for that. Personally Mr. Rubin could release another 4 volumes of this type of book and I'd buy each one. If there are other books like this out there I'd love to hear about them. I like to play short, easy pieces for solo blues guitar but I play electric and generally play with a pick although I can play fingerstyle. This book is perfect. Write another one or two in this same vein, Mr. Rubin. I'd buy them.
7 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful book 29 juillet 2007
Par Guitar student - Publié sur
Format: Partition
It is hard for me to explain why I love this book.
It is non-traditional.
I am an intermediate player. I play out. How does one improve their playing? They get method books, they listen to records - they try to play along. They get tablature.
This book has some excellent solos. They are written in standard and tab notations. The CD that comes along shows how they should sound. I listened to the whole CD - without the book - just to hear it.
Many of the sounds from the CD sound "authentic". It[s almost like "if you play the pieces in this book, YOUR soloing will also sound more authentic". (Learning isn't always direct).
So, I've tried to convey why I like this book - and likely communicated nothing of value.
However, I do like it - very much - I don't even need the CD.
I'll sit down and play one of these 1-page solos, and the next thing I know I've heard something "authentic", and I'm improvising.
One way of saying things is there are "riffs" that you can learn from using this book. Learn them well enough and they will find their way into your style and solos.
Hard to explain why this is a great book but it is.
There is an awesome music library in my town. I'll take 10 or 15 music books home and "try" them. Rarely do I find one worth buying - but this one is.
Finally, what is great for me might not be for you - but I love this book.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Useful for learning a few impressive blues songs, though not necessarily aiming at teaching you the blues 22 juillet 2008
Par Robert Martin - Publié sur
Format: Partition
I like this book. I'll be using it once or twice a year to learn a song or two and have fun in the process. This book is for two types of audience; people who just want to learn a few blues passages, but don't want to learn how to improvise in blues, or for people who are already masters at improvisation, but are out of inspiration and want to be inspired by observing what types of things can be done and has been played before and perhaps take that and create variations of it...
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