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Keb Mo - The Blues Guitar of Keb' Mo'

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Keb Mo - The Blues Guitar of Keb' Mo' digital download. Info: [1 DVD - Rip] | 740.34 MB. This compelling, evocative piece combines many of the elements t...
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Keb Mo - The Blues Guitar of Keb' Mo'

Type: Digital download

Format: [1 DVD - Rip]

File size: 740.34 MB

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Keb' Mo's lesson is aimed at players who want to get comfortable with the basics of traditional country blues and then go on to more contemporary blues-based tunes. Working in the key of E, Keb' shows how turnarounds and harmonized scale passages can be the basis for developing fluid phrases in a Robert Johnson style blues tune. He teaches his original tunes Perpetual Blues Machine and Angelina, both in A and employing a rhythmic alternating bass style. Keb' Mo includes some jazz-oriented chords (F7b5, G13 and E11) that add spice and interest to the songs.

For Henry, Keb' switches to his National steel guitar and discusses the basics of slide technique. This compelling, evocative piece combines many of the elements that make Keb' Mo's music so distinctive -- a solid basis in tradition along with a contemporary sensibility that brings it right up to date.

This lesson, with its enhanced picture and sound quality, and instant access to anything you want to work on, will help you learn many of the elements that make up solid traditional or contemporary blues guitar playing.

Review:

"...a well-rounded lesson that should appeal to a variety of players.... He shows how to take three or four simple chords and absolutely kill with them." - Guitar Player Magazine

Student Review:

"I recently bought the Keb' Mo' DVD and went through the disc step by step. At the end of the series I finally realised that this was more than a method series teaching repertoire. In my opinion It opened my creative mind. I have since then managed to create my own versions of blues songs by other artist instead of merely coping. I recommend this to all those who are willing to take a step in creating own renditions of songs. Keep it up Homespun."