Truefire - Ray Nihenjuis' 50 Western Swing Licks You Must Know 2014
Truefire - Ray Nihenjuis' 50 Western Swing Licks You Must Know (2014)[/b]
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
Video: MP4, data-dvd (includes Tabs, GuitarPro Files and Jamtracks),864x486 (16:9),
1105 Kbps, 29.970 fps | 1,27 Gb
Audio: MP3, 128 Kbps, 44100 Khz, 2 channels | Length: 02h 38min
Although the core of this lick vocabulary is focused on the pioneers of Western Swing guitar, such as Junior Barnard, Charlie Christian, Jimmy Wyble, Cameron Hill, Eldon Shamblin, Leon Rhodes, Bob Wills, Billy Byrd and many others, you’ll recognize their influence in the music of the Allman Brothers, Commander Cody, Asleep at the Wheel, Hot Club of Cow Town, The Time Jumpers, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, George Strait and many, many more contemporary artists and bands.
Ray expertly guides you through an impressive array of guitaristic techniques and ear-pleasing harmonic approaches that you’ll put to immediate use in your own playing whatever style you favor: repetitive fragments, chromatic horn-like lines, double-stop runs, double-stop-slides, two part harmony runs, syncopation combined with chord inversions, emulating the C6 lap steel sound, playing arpeggios with downstrokes only, two-part harmony licks rearranged in double stops for one guitar, counterpoint syncopated melodies, sliding up half-steps for tension and suspense, combining major pentatonic with chromatic passing notes and diminished scales and arpeggios, two-beat rhythm style, octaves, Western swing turnarounds, melodic moving bass lines, boogie woogie style harmonized piano parts, delay effects without a pedal, jangling lapsteel roll-the-bar effects, chromatically descending ninth chord sequences and three-part harmony chord runs.
All of the licks are presented over a rhythm track so that you can hear and practice them in a musical context. Each performance is then followed by a detailed breakdown of the line along with the techniques and harmonic approach being employed to perform it. Everything is tabbed and notated, plus you get all of the rhythm tracks used in the performances to practice the lines with on your own.
Long live Western Swing! Lets dance...