Guitar Lab 50 Voodoo Blues Licks You Must Know Guitar DVD
Mix up equal portions of Trovato's Jumbo Gumbo, Mamba Juice, Hell Hound Elixir and Tiger's Blood and then buckle up for frequent out-of-body experiences where your hands start doing things on the fretboard that your head only dreamed of doing before. That's the kind of voodoo you'll do after digging into Trovato's Guitar Lab 50 Voodoo Blues Licks You Must Know Guitar Lesson DVD!
50 Voodoo Blues Licks You MUST Know is a mesmerizing, contextual, hands-on and highly-effective study program for blues players. You'll have a blast working with the material and every practice session will yield immediate results. Get your voodoo on!
Guitar Lab 50 Voodoo Blues Licks You Must Know Guitar DVD Includes:
- Text Lesson Guide
- Standard Notation
- Guitar Tab
- Power Tab Files
- Power Tab Software
- Practice Rhythm Tracks
- Bonus Material
- Secure PIN enclosed for quick and easy download of learning tools
Let me live 'neath your spell. Do do that voodoo that you do so well." Cole Porter didn't play guitar, but he did recognize the power of voodoo. Thankfully Steve Trovato not only plays guitar but is also a highly respected educator and witchdoctor of the blues.
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About Steve Trovato:
Steve Trovato has studied with jazz greats Tal Farlow, Chuck Wayne and Pat Martino; has performed with Robben Ford, Albert Lee, Albert Collins, Jerry Donahue, Scott Henderson, Norman Brown and dozens of other world-class musicians. Trovato is not only the guitarist's guitarist, he is also the instructor's instructor with 40 instructional books, 30 instructional DVDs and hundreds of columns and articles to his credit. Steve is also Senior Lecturer of Studio/Jazz Guitar and Popular Music at the University of Southern California's Studio Jazz Department.
Guitar Lab’s innovative learning systems employ a hands-on approach where students “play” their way through the curriculum using learning tools such as PIP video, practice rhythm tracks, and interactive tab and notation, which allows the student to play along with the tab and notation, at any tempo, without change in pitch.