By Freddie King
Electric Guitar Sheet Music
Hal Leonard Signature Licks
Hal Leonard Guitar Signature Licks DVD
Hal Leonard Guitar Signature Licks
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Freddie King (DVD). (Guitar Signature Licks DVD). By Freddie King. For Guitar. Hal Leonard Guitar Signature Licks DVD. Blues and Instructional. Instructional video: DVD. Duration 54m. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.320352).
ISBN 0634051741. blues and Instructional. 5.3x7.5 inches.
The most virtuosic blues King, big bad Freddie was a spectacular guitarist as well as a first-rate singer and accomplished songwriter. As a transplanted Texan who moved to Chicago in the '50s, Freddie rubbed shoulders with the likes of Buddy Guy, Otis Rush and Magic Sam. Freddie's vast repertoire of blues classics offers cool hooks, hot solos, and foot-tapping rhythms for the contemporary electric guitarist. In this DVD, Host Duke Robillard (Roomful of Blues, Fabulous Thunderbirds) gives invaluable insights into the style of this legendary guitarist. He takes you through a select group of Freddie's greatest songs lick by lick, revealing the inner workings of this master musician. Rare performance footage is also included as a special bonus!
About Hal Leonard Signature Licks
The Signature Licks book/audio packs are especially formatted to give instruction on how to play a particular artist style by using the actual transcribed, "right from the record" licks! Designed for use by anyone from beginner right up to the experienced player who is looking to expand their insight. The books contain full performance notes and an overview of each artist or group's style with transcriptions in notes and tab. The audio accompaniment features playing tips and techniques, as well as playing examples at a slower tempo.
January 11, 2008
Not Bad For the Beginner Guitarist
You can definitely learn a few songs from this DVD which for the beginner guitarist is worth the price. I played the material on a computer with the capability to play at slow speed without losing to much sound quality. Otherwise, you’ll have to watch what he does and feel...
14 of 30 people found this review helpful.
Location: from NE Texas
October 15, 2007
NOT BAD...WISH I HAD THIS 35 YEARS AGO
FK turned my head around in 1961. Up until then I played Jimmie Reed, Chuck Berry, Ventures, and country stuff. I loved the music so much, I consumed it. This is a good primer and a short cut that will save time. BUT you've got to get with a drummer...
17 of 32 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Sydney,Australia
February 19, 2006
second rate freddie
Very poor instructional dvd,more like duke robillard showing freddie king licks without the fire.At no point are any so called secrets revealed.This dvd is pure rubbish and there is no way I will ever waste my money on any instruction performed by this man,sorry duke your timing and groove also...
20 of 34 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Cascade, CO
June 8, 2004
First Rate Freddie
Duke Robillard has taken the best of Freddie King's instrumentals and broken them down into an easily understood form. Duke takes the time to go over the more difficult sections and show the fingering and tempo. Great job!
17 of 34 people found this review helpful.