Roy and the band show us an example of some rock & blues then he shows us a few of the instruments and accessories he'll be using in this series. He also get's started with a few beginner tips to help you get comfortable.
In this video, Roy shows us the "Look Over Yonders Wall" lick, and helps you understand how to approach it for the first time. Roy and the band plays the lick and shows us his style.
Roy talks about the various techniques that he used in the last video. Also in this video, Roy demonstrates the blues scale in a few different ways.
In this video, Roy and the band gives us an awesome blues performance. Roy then shows us his 12 string dobro and some of the slide techniques he uses.
Roy continues to explain the solo shown in the last videos performance and then moves on to the different parts in the song.
In this video, Roy and the band performs one of his songs "Tip Walk". He analyzes each part and helps us understand the flow and technique helping you learn this one for yourself.
This video begins with a great performance of "The Sky is Crying". He explains the different changes and helps you get comfortable with each part before learning it.
Roy and the band play "Black Cat Bone", that Roy recorded on his album "Blues on the Range". He shows you the capo he uses in open E tuning and how to grasp a good understanding on the tune. Roy signs off with a few last words.
Learn to play the blistering guitar solos, churning rhythms and wiling slide sounds that have impressed Roy Rogers' fans worldwide, in this fantastic Homespun music instruction series.
Roy has been called "a force to be reckoned with" (Guitar Player) and "an exceptionally articulate slide guitarist" (Rolling Stone). Now he teaches his award-winning style along with dynamic arrangements to several blues favorites.
Roy covers all the essentials, such as how to get into open tunings, hold the slide, play with vibrato and proper intonation, while developing a powerful picking style using plectrum and fingers.
You'll then progress to advanced slide techniques including licks and their variations, improvisations, harmonics, how to play rhythm along with lead riffs, classic endings and turnarounds, use of dynamics, hammers and pulls, and much more.
Wrapping it up, Roy and his band perform all the tunes taught in this series, so before long, you'll be playing Look Over Yonders Wall, The Sky is Crying, Walkin' Blues, Tip Walk and Black Cat Bone like a pro... Watch "Slide Guitar for Rock and Blues" now!
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