200 Blues Licks for Guitar in 3D

GUITAR, Coursebooks, Danny Pierce

200 Blues Licks for Guitar in 3D
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Author: Danny Pierce
Contents: 1 Book + 1 CD + 1 DVD
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With its 200 licks and phrases, conceived by the most famous guitarists, this coursebook is a veritable Blues-cyclopedia imperative for everyone working on Blues. The licks presented here are classified according to genre (ternary or binary licks, 12/8 licks, intros, turnarounds, riffs etc.) and according to the degree of difficulty. You may rest assured that this coursebook will give you full satisfaction – in terms of both level and preference. To make your learning more enjoyable, each lick comes with a corresponding video recording on the DVD and one or more applications on the CD. Along with the licks, you are presented the names of the chords they should be played with, by which means you learn to place them correctly and subsequently to use them in different contexts (key, place in the chord progression etc.) By helping you to appropriate the vocabulary and rhetoric of Blues, this coursebook will develop your musical prowess and your improvisational skills.

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