[No orders taken June 19-26] THE book for learning old-style, old-time backup guitar! Over 1400 copies sold! (Look out, McDonald's!) 102-Page book and data CD with >120 mp3 files, ready for iTunes or your mp3 player. Music and tab for 28 great old-time tunes from 78 rpm records. CD has 4 versions of each performance: 1/3-, 1/2-, 2/3-, and full-speed, all corrected to concert pitch! Old-time fiddlers and banjo players may seem to get the glory, but good, solid backup guitars are always in demand! Veteran guitar player John Schwab has developed a highly successful way to help folks learn to play in a traditional backup style the same way that he did: by studying the master musicians of the 78 rpm era - the 1920s and '30s. LEARN FROM THE BEST OF THE OLD-TIMERS: · Luches Kessinger (Kessinger Brothers) · Asa Martin & Edgar Boaz (Doc Roberts) · Roy Harvey (Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers) · Hub Mahaffey (Dykes' Magic City Trio) ...and more! BOOK INCLUDES: · Guitar tab for 28 classic tunes, transcribed from 78 rpm records! CD INCLUDED! · Selections provided as mp3 files, ready for iTunes or digital player (NOTE: A data disk with mp3 files may not play on a car stereo or audio CD player, but it's perfect for your computer.) · Play along with original performances from 78 rpm records! · Four versions per tune, from very slow to full speed · All recordings adjusted to concert pitch · Samples from leading contemporary backup guitar players TOPICS INCLUDE: · What is old-time music, and how does the guitar fit in? · "The Elements of Style" in old-time backup guitar: · Keeping time · Attack and dynamics · Guitars and picks: getting "that" tone · Chord selection: · The chords that the masters used · The chords that the masters didn't use · Choosing chords for modal tunes · Finding the "right" chords · Playing with other musicians · Advice & insight from leading contemporary backup guitarists · Resources for learning: recordings, books, websites, etc.
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