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Ultimate Guitar Blues Play-Along (Book and CD)

By Robben Ford

By Robben Ford, Keith Wyatt, Steve Trovato, Pedro Wyant, Willie Scoggens, and Scott Henderson. Guitar Method or Supplement; Play-Along. Ultimate Play-Along. Instructional, Blues and Play Along. Instructional book and examples/accompaniment CD. With guitar tablature, standard notation, chord names, guitar chord diagrams, instructional text and guitar tab glossary. 76 pages. Alfred Music #00-CPM0002ACD. Published by Alfred Music (AP.CPM0002ACD).

Item Number: AP.CPM0002ACD

ISBN 9781576235812. 9x12 inches. English. With Robben Ford; Scott Henderson; Steve Trovato; Keith Wyatt; Willie Scoggens; Pedro Wyant.

The ULTIMATE GUITAR PLAY-ALONG series puts the aspiring guitarist with some of the finest musicians in the world. This edition includes 12 burning blues play-along trax, a live rhythm section, demo solos by monster guitarists, complete rhythm charts, and solo transcriptions with tab.

  • Ship, Captain, Crew 
  • Ginger Pepper 
  • Deja Blue 
  • I Do What I Want 
  • Funky Blues 
  • 3's Wild 
  • Never Ending Blues 
  • Drop Dead Blues 
  • Clear Road Blues 
  • Vinda's Place 
  • Bad Dog Blues 
  • Sunset Saloon 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Tony W
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  • May 16, 2008 Nicely Done!

    I have looked at 100's of Blues guitar books. This one has some great blues examples with some of the top guitar teachers walking you through each song. I'm glad I purchased this book.

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  • 5

    Salt Lake City
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  • March 18, 2003 Learn to Play Great Blues

    Strengths: A dozen superbly crafted solos in various blues styles, played by top-notch artists. After listening to a solo, you can then use the tab and CD to play it yourself over high-quality backing tracks. There's really no better way to improve your own improv. skills than...

    by imitating great artists. Weaknesses: None, unless you're a beginner-intermediate, in which case you should look elsewhere, as many of the solos take you well outside the traditional "blues box" and involve tricky fingering and timing. With years of playing under my fingers, it still took me about ten hours just to master the first solo in the book.

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