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Best of Stevie Ray Vaughan

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    Tuning

    In this first video, we are introduced to guitarist Greg Koch and then we tune up.

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    Empty Arms

    Next we hear Greg's band play "Empty Arms" and then we start breaking down the song.

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    Couldn't Stand the Weather

    Here we learn a song from the 1984 album of the same name.

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    Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up On Love

    Now we move on to an Albert King influenced song.

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    Crossfire

    In this video, we learn to play the hit "Crossfire".

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    The House Is Rockin'

    Greg now shows us "The House Is Rockin" with a focus on the intro riff.

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    Stang's Swang

    Here we go over a jazz influenced tune.

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    Scuttle Buttin'

    In this video, Greg dives into Stevie Ray's Scuttle Buttin'.

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    Riviera Paradise

    In this final video, we go over another one of Stevie's more jazz influenced songs.

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In this outstanding Hal Leonard video tutorial series, author/clinician/recording artist Greg Koch teaches the trademark riffs and solos of the man responsible for reinventing blues and rock on the guitar, Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Greg analyzes these eight classics in detail: Ain't Gone 'N' Give Up on Love • Couldn't Stand the Weather • Crossfire • Empty Arms • The House Is Rockin' • Riviera Paradise • Scuttle Buttin' • Stang's Swang, and shows you the ins and outs to playing them.


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andrew
Submitted 3 months ago

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I wish it included tabs or even notes.

I am a: Musician, Producer


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andrew
Submitted 3 months ago

Lacking Tabs

I wish it included tabs or even notes.

I am a: Musician, Producer

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An unsung guitar hero from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he grew up just a few miles from the Waukesha birthplace of the late, great guitarist-inventor Les Paul, Greg Koch has established himself within six-string circles as a masterful technician, accomplished clinician (for Fender) and general bad-ass guit-picker. No less than guitar virtuoso Steve Vai noted Koch’s six-string prowess and promptly signed him to his Favored Nations label in 2001. Tom Wheeler from Guitar Player magazine hailed him as “fiendishly talented” while other critics have called him everything from “a twisted guitar genius” to “the best kept secret in the guitar firmament.” A multiple award-winning string manipulator, he divides his time between international clinic tours, writing, recording and performing in Greg Koch and the Tone Controls (featured in this series). To sum it all up, “Imagine Chet and Hendrix meeting the Kings (Albert, Freddie, BB) at the first annual 'Zeppelin/Holdsworth Coffee Guzzler's Hoedown” - Guitar Player Magazine

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan's Greatest Hits

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Date published: 2019-06-27
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