In this first video, we are introduced to guitarist Joe Bonamassa and learn some famous blues rock style sounds using the Fender Stratocaster.
Next we continue with the Statocaster and learn interesting techniques using tremolo, volume, and pick adjustements.
Here we use a Fender Telecaster and learn how to achieve some of the more popular country and blues sounds.
Joe talks about Gibson guitars and shows us examples of familiar guitar sounds using a Les Paul.
In this next video, Joe goes over the importance of playing good rhythm using correct timing and comping techniques.
Here we learn about the mechanics of good soloing including phrasing, vibrato, and muting.
Next, we go over a few crutial techniques to know when learning slide guitar.
Joe takes us through his pedal board and shows how each effect adds to his sound and style.
Here we go over Joes amp and speaker setup as well as using baffles during live performances.
In this final video, we learn about the techniques Joe uses when mic'ing his speakers and amps as well as hearing his final thoughts.
In this Hal Leonard video tutorial series guitar great Joe Bonamassa reveals the playing techniques, tips and gear behind his powerhouse blues-rock guitar style.
Topics covered include: rhythm, soloing, slide guitar, effects, amps & speakers, and more. Joe features the Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster, as well as Gibson guitars.
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