Lick Library are always trying to bring the widest variety of music to you are delighted to announce the launch of Learn to Play Duane Eddy guitar lessons DVD.
The five tracks on Learn To Play Duane Eddy (RRP £23.99) are the instantly recognisable Ghost Riders In The Sky, Peter Gunn, a top ten hit all around the world and winner of the Grammy award for Best Rock Instrumental 1986. There is also the sweet rollicking instrumental Cannonball and the atmospheric Night Train. Plus with its heavily echoed opening, a track from a period considered by many to be Eddy’s finest – Rebel Rouser, which is probably the one that he is still most often identified with.
Showing you how to duplicate the sounds of Duane Eddy is world-class guitarist Steve Trovato. He maintains a full time position in the Guitar Department at the University of Southern California and has written a number of best selling guitar tuition books. Steve walks you through step-by-step each of the five tracks on this guitar lesson DVD. The split screen enables you to see what the fretting hand is playing at the same time as showing you what the strumming hand is doing. Because it is a guitar video you can go back over any part of the lesson time and time again to ensure you get that sound just right.
Grammy award winning, American guitarist Duane Eddy has had a string of instrumental hits spanning more than four decades. He was inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of fame in 1994. Eddy devised early in his career a technique that involved playing lead guitar on bass strings, thus producing that characteristic low reverberant ‘twangy’ sound. This new DVD will help teach you how to play and master Duane’s unique style and sound.
To find out more about putting the ‘twang’ into your playing you can find this DVD and others guitar tuition aids at www.licklibrary.com.
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