ROCKER LEE, ROCKABILLY SLAP BASS. Il bassista degli Stay cats. DVD

Lee Rocker & Big Blue are a fire-breathing hillbilly n' blues hybrid hot enough to melt a Sun session 45! - Guitar World Magazine Since the 1950s, when the Memphis-based rockabilly sound first swept the world, the acoustic upright bass has remained its showpiece and rhythmic mainstay. Lee Rocker, one of the masters of the "new wave" of rockabilly musicians, has made an informative and entertaining DVD th t teaches the intricacies of the exciting slap bass style to players of all levels.
Slap bass combines the plucking of the bottom notes with the percussive hits that the palm makes when it slaps the strings against the fingerboard. By adding these right-hand techniques to blues bass lines and arpeggios, you'll create spectacular multi-rhythmic slapping that will stop any show! This DVD also provides valuable tips on amplification, bass set-up and other methods of getting the best possible sound.
Big Blue's hot performances of Goin' To Kansas City, Big Blue Train, That's All Right Mama, The Hucklebuck and Find Another Man illustrate how rockabilly slap bass techniques sound in the context of a live band performance.

This informative and entertaining DVD by a rockabilly master and co-founder of the Stray Cats teaches the spectacular multi-rhythmic slapping that will stop any show. Lee shows how to combine right hand techniques with blues bass lines and arpeggios, and gives valuable advice on getting the best possible sound. Includes demonstrations by his band Big Blue. 60-MIN. BEGINNER LEVEL

For more than 20 years Lee Rocker has been one of the most successful and acclaimed proponents of Americana / rockabilly music. As founding member of the Stray Cats, Lee's unique image and uprightbass helped propel the Cats to sales of more than sellen million records. In 1982 the Stray Cats werenominated for a Grammy and featured on the cover of Rolling Stone. Since then, Lee has performed orrecorded with such legends as Carl Perkins, Dave Edmunds, George Harrison, Ringo Star; Jeff Beck,John Fogerty, Robert Plant, Scotty Moore and Willie Nelson. In 2003 he released his CD, Bulletproof, and he continues to tour throughout the U.s. And abroad.


Taught by Lee Rocker With Special Guest Appearance by BIG BLUE. 60 minutes
"Lee Rocker & Big Blue are a fire-breathing hillbilly n' blues hybrid hot enough to melt a Sun session 45!"

• Guitar Wortd Magazine
Since the 1950s, when the Memphis-based rockabilly sound first swept the world, the acoustic upright bass has remained its showpiece and rflythmic mainstay. Lee Rocker, one of the masters of the "new wave" of rockabilly musicians, has made an informative and entertaining DVDthat teacheS the intricacies of the exciting slap bass style to players of all levels.

Slap bass combines the plucking of the bottom notes with the percussive hits that the palm makes when It slaps the strings against the fingerboard. By adding these right-hand techniques to blues bass lines and arpeggios, you'll create spectacular multl-rflythmlc slapping that will stop any show! This DVD also provides valuable tips on amplification, bass set-up and other methods of getting the best possible sound. Big Blue's hot performances illustrate how rockabilly slap bass techniques sound in the context of a live band performance.

Price: €32,99



Series: Play It Like It Is
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music TAB
Artist: Brian Setzer

In 1992, before the swing phenomenon swept over dance floors and movie screens, befor cigar bars and Swingers, Setzer created The BrianSetzer Orchestra, a musical adventure blending rock'n'roll, jump blues, rockabilly and swing. For the fist time in the music history, an electric guitar fronted a Big Band. Just as he had with the Stray Cats, Setzer not only helped resurrect a genre, but moved it to the present, made it "cool" again.

From rockabilly Stray Cat to swingster hepcat, Brian Setzer still struts his musical stuff. This great collection includes guitar transcriptions with tab for 10 songs from his super swingin' big band, 88 pages

The Dirty Boogie
Hoodoo Voodoo Doll
Jump, Jive An' Wail
Let's Live It Up
Rock This Town
Rumble In Brighton
Since I Don't Have You
Switchblade 327
This Cat's On A Hot Tin Roof

Price: €27,99

ROCKABILLY GUITAR Troy Dexter. Scotty Moore, Carl Perkins, Brian Setzer, Cochran, Duane Eddy TABLATURE DVD

ROCKABILLY GUITAR, T. Dexter. Musiche di: Scotty Moore, Carl Perkins, Brian Setzer, Cochran, Duane Eddy. TABLATURE DVD

Series: DVD
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Medium: DVD

Artist: Brian Setzer
Artist: Carl Perkins
Artist: Duane Eddy
Artist: Eddie Cochran
Artist: Scotty Moore
Author: Troy Dexter

On this dynamic DVD, Troy Dexter plays examples in the style of such rockabilly greats as Scotty Moore, Carl Perkins, Brian Setzer, Eddie Cochran and Duane Eddy. He demonstrates effects devices (tremolo, echo, reverb and distortion) and how they were used by each player. Troy also shows chord voicings and application, and the scales inherent in rockabilly. He gives examples of thirds and fifths, intervals, whole-tone licks, chromatic lead-ins, horn stab riffs, chord raking, vibrato bar techniques, bends, slides, shuffle rhythms and more. The accompanying booklet comes complete with easy-to-follow notation and diagrams that correspond exactly to the DVD.

Troy is a studio guitar player/record producer / composer for film, TV, and radio in the Los Angeles area.
He is currently in production of several new projects as well as his own soul/jazz/blues CD with his group "TROYZBOYZ" in his own studio "The Green Room".

Troy plays electric and acoustic guitars and most related doubles such as banjo, mandolin, dobro, bouzouki etc. He plays just about every style, sightreads well, and comes up with very clever guitar parts and solos.

He studied guitar extensively with Ted Greene before his untimely passing.

He also plays keyboards favoring vintage keys such as the piano, Hammond B3 organ, Fender Rhodes, clavinet, Wurlitzer etc. He has studied with Claire Fischer, Terry Trotter, Mike Melvoin and Joyce Collins.

Troy is a graduate of the reknown Dick Grove School of Music and was fortunate enough to have Dick Grove as his primary mentor for most of that time (1979-1984). He studied composition and arranging on a full scholarship and taught a guitar styles course while attending. He is very comfortable writing/arranging for and conducting any size orchestra.

Troy is also a programmer, engineer, mixer and mastering engineer.

Price: €21,99




30 titoli: Bad Girls -Boogie Nights -Boogie Oogie Oogie -Brick House -Da Ya Think I'm Sexy -Dance with Me -Dancing Machine -December 1963 (Oh, What a Night) -Disco Inferno -Funkytown -Get down Tonight -Get Off -Good Times -I Love the Night Life -Kung Fu Fighting -Le Freak -Love Rollercoaster -Macho Man -Native New Yorker -Never Can Say Goodbye -Pick up the Pieces -Shadow Dancing -Shining Star -Stayin' Alive -Super Freak -Superstition -That's the Way (I like It) -We Are Family -Y.M.C.A. -You Should Be Dancing. TABLATURE

Disco Guitar Bible
Notes, tab, lyrics and chords for 30 get-down-and-funky hits: Bad Girls • Boogie Nights • Boogie Oogie Oogie • Brick House • Da Ya Think I'm Sexy • Dance with Me • Dancing Machine • December 1963 (Oh, What a Night) • Disco Inferno • Funkytown • Get down Tonight • Get Off • Good Times • I Love the Night Life • Kung Fu Fighting • Le Freak • Love Rollercoaster • Macho Man • Native New Yorker • Never Can Say Goodbye • Pick up the Pieces • Shadow Dancing • Shining Star • Stayin' Alive • Super Freak • Superstition • That's the Way (I like It) • We Are Family • Y.M.C.A. • You Should Be Dancing.

Inventory #HL 00690627
ISBN: 9780634061356
UPC: 073999906271
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
182 pages
Series: Guitar Recorded Versions TABLATURE
Artist: Various

Notes, TABLATURE, 182 Pages, lyrics and chords for 30 get-down-and-funky hits:

BAD GIRLS - Donna Summer - words and music: Joe "Beans" Esposito, Edward Hokenson, Bruce Sudano, Donna Summer - 1978
BOOGIE NIGHTS - Heatwave - words and music: Rod Temperton - 1976
BOOGIE OOGIE OOGIE - A Taste of Honey - words and music: Janice Marie Johnson, Perry Kibble - 1978
BRICK HOUSE - The Commodores - words and music: Lionel Richie, Ronald La  Pread, Walter Orange, Milan Williams Thomas McClary, William King - 1977
DA YA THINK l'M SEXY - Rod Stewart - words and music: Carmine Appice - 1978
DANCE WITH ME - Peter Brown - words and music: Peter Brown, Robert Rans - 1977
DANCING MACHINE - The Jakson 5 - words and music: Weldon Dean Parks, Hal Davis, Donald E. Fletcher - 1973
DECEMBER1963 (OH, WHAT A NIGHT) - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons - words and music: Robert Gaudio eJudy Parker - 1975
DISCO INFERNO - The Trammps - words and music: Leroy Green, Tyrone J. Kersey - 1977
FUNKYTOWN - Lipps, Inc. - words and music: Steven Greenberg - 1980
GET DOWN TONIGHT - KC & The Sunshine Band - words and music: Harry Wayne Casey, Richard Finch - 1975
GET OFF - Foxy - words and music: Carl Driggs, Ismael Angel Ledesma - 1978
GOOD TIMES - Chic - words and music: Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards - 1979
I LOVE THE NIGHT LIFE - Alicia Bridges - words and music: Alicia Bridges, Susan Hutcheson - 1977
KUNG FU FIGHTING - Carl Douglas - words and music: Carl Douglas - 1974
LE FREAK - Chic - words and music: Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards - 1978
LOVE ROLLERCOASTER - Ohio Players - words and music: Ralph Middlebrooks, James Williams, Marshal Jones, Leroy Bonner, Clarence satchel, Willie Beck, Marvin R. Pierce - 1976
MACHO MAN - Village People - words and music: Jacques Morali, Henry Belolo, Victor Willis, Peter Whitehead - 1978
NATIVE NEW YORKER - Odyssey - words and music: Sandy Linzer, Denny Randell - 1977
NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE - Gloria Gaynor - words and music: Clifton Davis - 1970
PICK UP THE PIECES - Average White Band - words and music: James Hamish Stuart, Allan Gorrie, Roger Ball, Robbie McIntosh, Owen McIntyre, Malcolm Duncan - 1974
SHADOW DANCING - Andy Gibb - words and music: Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, Andy Gibb, Barry Gibb - 1978
SHINING STAR - Earth, Wind & Fire - words and music: Maurice White, Philip Bailey, Larry Dunn - 1975
STAYIN' ALIVE - Bee Gees - from the Motion Picture SATURDAY NIHT FEVER - words and music: Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Barry Gibb - 1977
SUPER FREAK - Rick James - words and music: Rick James, Alonzo Miller - 1981
SUPERSTITION - Stevie Wonder - words and music: Stevie Wnder - 1972
THAT'S THE WAY(I LIKE IT) - KC & The Sunshine Band - words and music: Harry Wane Casey, Richard Finch - 1975
WE ARE FAMILY - Sister Sledge - words and music: Nile Rodgers, Bernard edwards - 1979
Y.M.C.A. - ViIlage People - Jacques Morali, Henri Belolo, Victor Willis - 1978
YOU SHOULD BE DANCING - Bee Gees from  SATURDAY NIHT FEVER - words and music: Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Barry Gibb - 1976

Guitar Notation Legend

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CD include full-band demonstrations

The Performance Guide for Bands
Series: Gig Guide
Softcover with CD - TAB
Artist: Various

The Gig Guides series is designed to provide musicians with a blueprint for building bands. We select the songs, put 'em in order, and show you how to play 'em. The format is simple; there are no unwieldy note-for-note scores to sightread or complicated theory to understand. Just here's the lead sheet, here are the parts you really need to know, and away you go! These book/CD packs are the ultimate do-it-yourself kit for gigging musicians and up-and-coming performers alike. Can be used by a full band or individual players. Early Rock Set features 12 songs with a CD of full-band demos of each song so you can hear what you should be sounding like. Songs include, 104 pages.


How to Use the Gig Guide
This book is laid out with performance in mind. The setlist we have selected reflects a wide selection of the most accessible, "field-tested" material available, arranged for a four-piece band with vocals in a sequence that's meant to keep your audience entertained. Use it in rehearsal and performance, following along with the lead sheets and individual parts. Each song in the set includes:
• A lead sheet with chords, melody, and lyrics;
• An overview page with song facts, song form, and performance tips for the full band;
• A page of guidelines for each band member, including crucial parts and performance tips for vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums. Overview pages contain useful information about each song: the story behind it, when and by whom it was recorded, the form, and how to present it. Parts and performance tips are written by professional musicians with field experience (not just some guy in a cubicle). If all band members follow their parts in the book and the accompanying CD, and the band rehearses well, you will be gig-ready in no time.

About the CD
The audio CD represents a live performance of the setlist by a four-piece group. The songs are played in the most standard, tried-and-true arrangements for vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums, remaining faithful (within reason) to the original versions. In order to cover the vocals as recorded, at least three-if not all-band members should be able to sing. Listen to the recording as you practice your individual parts, paying attention to the feel and the sounds used.

Early rock 'n' roll (mid 1950s-early '60s) remains one of the world's most popular and enduring musical forms. Born in a simpler, more innocent era, this good-time party music was chiefly enjoyed by the younger set; but because it appeals to the youngster that lives within all of us, regardless of age, it has thrived for almost half a century.
We'll start our early rock set in a mellow tone with "Under the Boardwalk," an easy-going, romantic classic by the Drifters. This 1964 Top 10 hit encapsulates the very essence of this acclaimed vocal group: strong lead vocals (courtesy of Johnny Moore) backed by sophisticated harmonies, topped off with superior production standards and a spotless arrangement-qualities that are echoed in other hits such as "On Broadway," "Up on the Roof," "Save the Last Dance for Me," and "There Goes My Baby."
"Under the Boardwalk" is based on I-IV-V changes (G-C-D7) in the key of G, with a modulation to the relative key of E minor at the end of the chorus (Em-D). The first great hook lies in the melodic bass line. The guitarist plays muted arpeggios throughout-make sure they remain "in the pocket" of the groove. The keyboard player needs to dial up a rich string section patch for the solo section and the melody lines that sprinkle the arrangement. Whichever bandmember sings should use an intimate delivery in the verses and power it up a bit on the chorus. Background vocals are mostly unison, so be extra careful with the pitch; make sure you can hear yourselves clearly in the monitors.
Before you start your set, go over this quick checklist to make sure that:
• Everyone has a clean monitor mix and can hear each other clearly;
• The guitar and bass are in tune with the keyboards;
• The stage volume is balanced and the lead vocals can be heard over the top of the mix;
• All bandmembers can see each other and can be seen by the audience;
• Everyone is set up, relaxed, and ready to play.
Section Length 1st Chord
Intro 4 bars G
Verse 1 8 bars G
Chorus 18 bars C
Verse 2 8 bars G
Chorus 18 bars C
Instrumental (Keyboard Solo) 8 bars G
Chorus 18 bars C

All I Have To Do Is Dream
Help Me Rhonda
Hound Dog
The Loco-Motion
Louie, Louie
Rock Around The Clock
That'll Be The Day
Tutti Frutti
The Twist
Under The Boardwalk


All I Have to Do Is Dream - The Everly Brothers - Words and Music: Boudleaux Bryant - 1958
Crying - Roy Orbison - Words and Music: Roy Orbison, Joe Melson - 1961
The Twist - Chubby Checker - Words and Music: Hank Ballard - 1958
Help Me Rhonda - The Beach Boys - Words and Music: Brian Wilson, Mike Love - 1965
Runaway - Del Shannon - Words and Music: Del Shannon anc Max Crook - 1961
That'll Be the Day - Buddy Holly - Words and Music: Jerry Allison, Norman Petty, Buddy Holly - 1957
Tutti Frutti - Little Richard - Words and Music: Little Richard Penniman and Dorothy La Bostrie - 1955
Louie, Louie - The Kingsmen - Words and Music: Richard Berry - 1957
Under the Boardwalk - The Drifters - Words and Music: Artie Resnick and Kenny Young - 1964
Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley and His Comets - Words and Music: Max C. Freedman, Jimmy DeKnight - 1953
Hound Dog - Elvis Presley - Words and Music: Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller - 1956
The Loco-Motion - Little Eva - Words and Music: Gerry Goffin, Carole King - 1962

Price: €20,99



Learn the slide guitar stylings of Warren Haynes from the man himself! The legendary guitarist of Gov't Mule, Phil Lesh and Friends, the Grateful Dead, and the Allman Brothers Band offers instructions on choosing a slide, perfecting left- and right-hand techniques, playing rhythm, and blues soloing-on electric and acoustic. The Warren Haynes Guide to Slide Guitar will give you the most in-depth and personal lessons ever on how to play slide guitar in the style of Warren Haynes. Also includes a split-channel CD of the exercises, played by Warren himself with a full band. Listen to the master or solo along to the backing tracks!


A unique book and CD from the hands of a true slide guitar legend - Warren Haynes. As guitarist with The Allman Brothers Band and The Grateful Dead, Haynes has forged himself a reputation as one of the greatest slide players in rock history, and you can now get a candid guide to his style from the man himself!

Haynes covers every part of your development as a slide guitarist, from choosing the best slide for you and perfecting the basic techniques to playing rhythm parts and blues soloing. A CD is included that features split-channel recordings of Warren performing all examples with a full band... either listen to the master at work, or solo along to the backing track and get your slide licks really cookin'. 48 pages

Acoustic Slide
Advanced Soloing
Approaching The Neck
Beyond The I-IV-V
Getting Started
Playing The Blues



... them, all of which paved the way for the new in-concert set. "I think we've always wanted to do a live album since we got together," says Haynes. "We're just happier in a concert situation, though it wasn't intentional that we'd do two studio discs first, just like the original ABBdid before Fillmore East. But just like then, our songs sound better in concert and, in fact, the Allman Brothers are and will always be a live band. We even cut our studio albums live, with everybody set up in the room and playing all at once. Most of the guitar solos that Dickey and I cut in the studio are live on the tape as they went down, which is very unusual. Of course, we go for that same spontaneity live and instead of just trading straight solos, sometimes we just bob and weave, leaving spaces for the other to fill in with harmonies, unison bits or counterpoint - it's all unplanned and experimental, like Miles Davis and John Coltrane improvising together or 'Trane and Cannonball Adderly. And we leave the mistakes and mishaps in while recording live, too. Like when I'm soloing in the first half of 'Blue Sky,' I start playing straight lead and then you can hear where I switch to slide and finish the lead playing bottleneck. The funny thing is that there's about a five or six beat pause in between them because the slide got kinda stuck in my vest pocket and it took a while to get the darn thing on my finger!" Given his broad listening tastes and keen melodic intuition, it shouldn't be surprising that Haynes also has a wealth of good advice to impart to younger players. As proof, just sample this tidbit of universal guitar wisdom, one which cuts to the heart of the matter just as fast as one of his always inventive solos: "Awhile back, I used to play country music for a living with David Allan Coe and, while I don't think I'd be happy playing country every day, I learned a lot from the experience because whenever you step outside your genre, you're bound to expand your horizons. When I used to read interviews with some of the truly great players, there was always one influence they'd mention that was a complete surprise, like B.B. King saying he dug jazzers like Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian, which in turn gave him his own special voice as a blues player. In my mind, whether you're into blues or heavy metal, listening to and also playing other styles of music can only make you a better guitar player." 

Price: €26,99



Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs
Series: Guitar Recorded Version TAB
Artist: Robin Trower
All 8 songs from the 1974 recording by this bluesy psychedelic British guitarist. Includes: About to Begin - Bridge of Sighs - Day of the Eagle - The Fool and Me - In This Place - Lady Love - Little Bit of Sympathy - Too Rolling Stoned. The first Robin Trower songbook ever!
Inventory #HL 00690683
ISBN: 9780634078491
UPC: 073999172058
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
80 pages
Song List:
About To Begin
Bridge Of Sighs
Day Of The Eagle
The Fool And Me
In This Place
Lady Love
Little Bit Of Sympathy
Too Rolling Stoned
ROBIN TROWER KNOWS that Twice Removed from Yesterday,
the 1973 solo debut he made after leaving Procol
Harum, painted the picture of a guitarist very
much obsessed with Jimi Hendrix. "I think I had to
really go through the Jimi Hendrix sort of thing,"
Trower says of the Jimi tones that screamed from the
strings of his Stratocaster on that album. The homage
was a good one, establishing Trower as a guitar force
to be reckoned with after four years of his wallowing
in the keyboard-heavy arrangements of Procol Harum.
But Trower knew that he needed to make more of
an original statement with his sophomore effort. "I
had to develop my own thing for Bridge of Sighs, in
terms of writing and coming up with ideas," he says.
"I'm not saying Bridge of Sighs is not Hendrix-influenced,
but 1think I took it a lot further."
Indeed, the album remains Trower's defining moment,
the quintessential statement of a 25-year career in which
he's played rock, funk, jazz and blues. The Hendrixisms
are still part of his repertoire, but Bridge of Sighs shows
Trower finding a distinctive voice, mixing lightning riffs
with aching, bent-note solos and bluesy vamps-all
within the context of solid, memorable songs.
"I was trying to do what I would call a modern
blueslr&blrock album," Trower explains. '" felt like
I wanted to write a modern blues song, a song that
was like a Bobby Bland, B.B. King kind of thing combined
with some really modern sounds."
Some of the songs on Bridge of Sighs were already
in the works before Trower and his band-singerbassist
James Dewar and drummer Reg Isadorebegan
recording the album. Two of the songs, "Lady
Love" and "Little Bit of Sympathy," were leftovers
from the Twice Removed from Yesterday sessions,
and the trio had been playing them in their live S'et.
The title track, meanwhile, was written on the
road. "The first time we played it was in San Francisco,
at Winterland," Trower remembers. "I only had
one verse, so Jimmy had to sing the same verse twice.
"We got a standing ovation in the middle of the set
that first time, so we knew we had something there."
"Too Rolling Stoned" was another road song, and
Trower fesses up to copping one of the song's trademark
licks from a James Brown tune. "It was called
'Down and Out in New York City,' and it was from the
movie Black Caesar," Trower says. "I lifted the chord
changes of what I call the 'kind of bridge part' •.. the
turnaround in the song. It's not an uncommon chord
sequence; it's just that I heard it there and thought,
'Well, that's nice. That would work really nice.' It's
a bit naughty to do that, but .. ."
He credits another soul singer, Donny Hathaway,
along with the group War as the inspirations for "In
This Place." "I was really into 'The World is a Ghetto'
at that time," he says. "I used to play it all the time."
And "Day of the Eagle," the album's lead-off track
and single, was simply "one of those songs where
you come up with a giant riff, basically," Trower
says. "I remember coming up with it and thinking,
'Yes, please .. : and came up with the lyric pretty
quickly. It's an anti-war song, obviously, isn't it?"
With the trio already tight from months of touring,
and with many of the songs road-tested--including the
two already in the can-Trower says the Bridge of
Sighs sessions went "swimmingly easy." By his recollection,
the group blew into Air London Studios with
producer Matthew Fisher and engineer Geoff Emerick,
and blew out 17 days later with a finished product
Released in early 1974, Bridge of Sighs hit Number
7 on the Billboard charts. Its follow-up, For Earth
Below, actually peaked two places higher, but Bridge
remains the seminal work. Trower freely acknowledges
its stature, still playing four or five of the
album's songs at his shows.
"It's very powerful," says the guitarist. "You listen
to it, and it sounds very complete-just the
strength of the writing, more than any other thing.
That's what sets it apart from perhaps all my other
albums. I just think the writing was very strong."
But, he adds with a laugh, "I can't listen to the
guitar playing on it, not now. I hear it and I just say,
'Oh no, no no. That's no good.' But overall, it just really
works, and I'm glad for that:'
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RAGTIME GUITAR, 14 Songs Arranged for Solo Guitar. Allan Jaffe. Al's Slow Rag [Jaffe, Allan] -American Beauty Rag [Lamb, Joseph] -Barber Pole Rag [Johnson, Charles] -Delta Rag [Jaffe, Allan] -Dill Pickles [Johnson, Charles] -Frog Legs Rag [Scott, James] -Grace And Beauty [Scott, James] -Heliotrope Bouquet [Joplin, Scott] [Chauvin, Louis] -Joplin Rag [Jaffe, Allan] -Maple Leaf Rag [Joplin, Scott] -Ragtime Nightingale [Lamb, Joseph] -Sunburst Rag [Scott, James] -The Entertainer [Joplin, Scott] -Top Liner Rag [Lamb, Joseph]. CD TAB.

14 Songs Arranged for Solo Guitar
Series: Guitar Solo
Softcover with CD - TAB
Arranger: Allan Jaffe

14 of Jaffe's fingerstyle arrangements of ragtime favorites and originals in standard notation and tablature with accompanying CD, 80 pages

Al's Slow Rag
American Beauty
Barber Pole Rag
Delta Rag
Dill Pickles
Frog Legs Rag
Grace And Beauty
Heliotrope Bouquet
Joplin Rag
Maple Leaf Rag
Ragtime Nightingale
Sunburst Rag
The Entertainer
Top Liner Rag

Price: €24,99



32 lavori che Vai ha preparato per film e TV, con la trascrizione della famosa scena del "duello" tra Vai e Ry Cooder, ispirato al capriccio n.5 di Paganini, dal film Crossroads. 256 pagine. Air Guitar Hell -Amazing Grace -Fried Chicken (da Crossroads) -Butler's Bag (due Tab, Vai e Ry Cooder da Crossroads) -Head Cuttin' Duel (due Tab, di Vai e Ry Cooder da Crossroads) -Eugene's Trick Bag (due Tab, William Kanengiser e Vai da Crossroads) -Don't Sweat It -Drive The Hell Out Of Here -Final Guitar Solo -Find The Meat -Get The Hell Out Of Here -Hey Jack -How Hidge -Initiation -Introducing The Wylde Stallions -Louisiana Swamp Swank -Love Blood -Meet The Reaper -Now We Run -Pins & Needles -Plug My Ass In -See Ya Next Year -Still Running -The Ax Will Fall -The Battle -The Cause Heads -The Dark Hallway -The Reaper -The Reaper Rap -We're Not Gonna Protest -Welcome Pre-Frosh -What! TAB.

32 tunes from all of Vai's work for film and TV soundtracks - including transcriptions of the searing duel scene in Crossroads between Vai and Ry Cooder. 256 Pages.

Air Guitar Hell
Amazing Grace
The Ax Will Fall
The Battle
Butler's Bag
The Cause Heads
The Dark Hallway
Don't Sweat It
Drive The Hell Out Of Here
Eugene's Trick Bag
Final Guitar Solo
Find The Meat
Fried Chicken
Get The Hell Out Of Here
Head Cuttin' Duel
Hey Jack
How Hidge
Introducing The Wylde Stallions
Louisiana Swamp Swank
Love Blood
Meet The Reaper
Now We Run
Pins & Needles
Plug My Ass In
The Reaper
The Reaper Rap
See Ya Next Year
Still Running
We're Not Gonna Protest
Welcome Pre-Frosh

Series: Guitar Recorded Version

Price: €31,99


LEARN TO PLAY FLAMENCO GUITAR, TAUGHT BY AARON GILMARTIN. 2DVD TAB. Combined time: Three hours, thirty minutes DVD 1: Tangos and Alegrias. DVD 2: Soleares and Bulerias Level 3

Two-DVD Set
Series: Homespun Tapes
Publisher: Homespun
Medium: DVD
Author: Aaron Gilmartin

Aaron Gilmartin's intro to flamenco will get anyone started playing this passionate music. Along with flamenco history and terminology, Aaron teaches four of the most important forms: Tangos and Alegrias (on DVD 1) and Bulerias and Soleares (on DVD 2) -along with the strumming and picking techniques that make flamenco so exciting to players and listeners alike. 3-1/2 HOURS TOTAL INCLUDES MUSIC + TAB

Price: €59,99
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