good instructional material for more advanced

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good instructional material for more advanced

Postby steel1953 » Mon May 08, 2006 2:48 am

I've played guitar for over 25 years. Just now getting into using fingerpicks instead of bare fingers. Can already do some Chet style picking. Playing bottleneck in open G/D.
Is there some good courses on delta/country blues? I can improvise, but need some songs/styles to build a repetoire..specially fingerpicking. Tampa Red doesn't play like Bukka White, like Robert Johnson.

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RE: good instructional material for more adva

Postby deferre » Mon May 08, 2006 7:59 am

I've seen the 3rd DVD from Bob Brozman on bottleneck technique and it's sure worth having it at home.
He plays 3 or 4 songs and then goes detail per detail explaining what he's doing on them. Covering tunings in G, D and even C or standard.
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Postby deltablues57 » Tue May 09, 2006 2:32 am

The 2nd and 3rd Brozman DVD's are great. The 1st one is good also but pretty basic. I also like Robert Johnson's Guitar Techniques taught by Scott Ainslie.
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