As one of the most emulated blues players of our time, Robben Ford's impeccable soloing techniques, phrasing and tone have been the subject of several books and videos, but for the first time, Robben brings his smooth and tasty rhythm playing to the forefront in this DVD. He explains and demonstrates dozens of blues rhythm concepts and techniques from 12-bar shuffle blues rhythms to mixing in jazz chords to blues comping. Robben also takes you through several of his tunes showing his chord voicings, rhythms, and right-hand picking/finger techniques. Robben also answers questions about double-stops, his guitars, recording, and road gear. Also includes a 39-page printable PDF with examples and transcriptions. Robben has been offering masterclass clinics for several years to a very select and limited number of students. We're happy to present this DVD to allow guitarists everywhere to be a part of this unique experience. 86 minutes.
Publisher: Guitar Axis (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 00320708
Northwest Product Number: 119-1806-30-001
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