Duke Robillard welcomes you to the course and foes over the guitar tuning.
Duke discusses the classic style of T-Bone Walker.
In this video, Duke talks about and plays in the style of some of his jazz influences.
Duke demonstrates some playing in the style of Les Paul.
Duke plays some of the parts from his song "I Think You Know".
In this video, Duke discusses ways to include double-stops.
Duke talks about more guitar players who are influences in his playing.
Duke shows how the tremelo arm can be utilized in your playing.
Duke shows some examples of using jazz chords in your blues playing.
Duke gives one last performance.
In this remastered and enhanced Hotlicks video series, take a tour of some great 1940s and 1950s American styles, as guitarist Duke Robillard (Roomful of Blues, The Pleasure Kings, Fabulous Thunderbirds) shares his amazing ability to meld blues, swing, and rock 'n' roll to form his unique uptown sound in this classic Hot Licks session. You'll learn: T-Bone Walker style, Charlie Christian style, Les Paul style, Blues-based swing, Chicago and Texas blues, double-stop moves, and much more!
“A guitarist's guitarist, prolific producer, and master of all things blues, Duke Robillard walks the tightrope between traditionalism and experimentation. He's a master of many styles who moves forward while maintaining a firm grounding in the past.” –Blues Revue
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