P2P | 14 October 2020 | 5.17 GB
In Scott Sharrard?s first edition of Southern Roots, you explored core blues and jazz influences, a wide variety of key harmonic concepts, key creative approaches for improvising, and some fundamental guitar techniques to help you gain command of American Roots music -- from blues and rock to soul, jazz, and even country. In Scott?s 30 Southern Roots Licks course, you developed a versatile vocabulary of lines and phrases to build roots-inspired solos around.
Here in Scott Sharrard?s Creative Applications edition of Southern Roots, you?ll apply all of the previous editions? essential tools and approaches and learn how to ?creatively? craft guitar compelling solos, improvisations, and engaging rhythm parts. You?ll play your way through the course, applying the full range of techniques, creative approaches, and roots vocabulary over 10 performance studies.
?I?ve been privileged to record, perform and collaborate with many legendary artists and their influence has helped shape my own creative applications on the guitar which I?m excited to share with you here.
I?ll also share some of my methods for composing original music and for arranging cover tunes for recording projects and live performances.
In this course, we?ll work through 17 rhythm and soloing performance studies that illustrate these creative applications.
We?ll play through originals tunes of mine such as Love Like Kerosene, My Only True Friend, and Saving Grace. We?ll also look at covers of some songs I arranged and recorded for the Gregg Allman band like Whipping Post, Melissa, and Statesboro Blues. ?
Scott will explain and demonstrate all of the key concepts and approaches along the way. You?ll get standard notation and tabs for all of the performance studies. Plus, you?ll be able to use TrueFire?s learning tools to sync the tab and notation to the video lesson. You can also loop or slow down the videos so that you can work with the lessons at your own pace. All of the backing tracks are included to work with on your own as well.
Grab your guitar and let?s get back to our roots and dig in with Scott Sharrard!
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