|Product Name||Stuart Bull's Electric Blues In 6 Weeks Week 6 Dvd|
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|Long Description||This course is designed to focus your practice towards realistic goals achievable in six weeks. Each week provides you with techniques concepts and licks to help you play and understand blues soloing at a manageable easy to follow pace. Three licks in the style of a featured artist are taught each week to help you towards playing in real musical situations and develop an ear for the differences between players. With the Electric Blues in 6 Weeks guitar course the material is presented to you in easy to absorb sections which progress in a sensible logical order. Stick with this course and I guarantee you will improve. Week six includes: Rhythm ideas bluesy rock & roll around the A D and E shapes playing up a 4th using 6th and 9th chords playing lead and punctuating with chords. 3 licks in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughan.|
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