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    Default Picked Up 50 Rockabilly in the Sale

    Looking forward to having a root around in 50 Rockabilly Licks and a steal in the sale, get over and have a look whats on offer http://truefire.com/12days/2011/

    Been a fan of early Rock n Roll and Rockabilly and never really worked on those mix of licks with influences of jazz, country etc. So we got any rebels out there?



    and what the heck a plug for Jason's album



    H
    Worked On: BGSG Course BlogWorking On: 50 R&B Bass Grooves YMK Blog

    Groove long and prosper Tune in to Funk Friday

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    Likewise H

    Also grabbed RnB, Blues Rock rhythm and Hendrixian doublestops.

    Now to buy time to practice

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    Red face WoooWhoooo!

    I do love me some Rockabilly and Christmas time loot!!!
    Studying in Jeff Beasley's Sherpa Class, Shred Warehouse! Alumni of Steve Lasner's Bar Room Blues Workshop! Proverbs 17:22 says "A cheerful heart is good medicine..." So I must be overdosing. "I am slowly puttering along the way to becoming the world's best guitar player."

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    Was Looking at The Rockabilly ...then saw the 50 Conrtry Licks by Joe D..
    Got that Instead.. Super Deal


    Best Ever !


    Praise Be The Lord, My Rock, Who Trains My Hands For War, and My Fingers For Battle;


    My name is Michael Westen. I used to be a spy.
    Check out the "Triads & Hendrixian Double Stops" Study Group" Put in your 2 Cents

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    There are some cool licks on the 50 Rockabilly riffs and the 50 country licks.
    Time to get the tele out and twang it up!

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    Had the first 3 licks down pretty quick and added them to my other 2 licks that I already knew lol. This is a fun course and fits in with stuff I already know. Would be good to hear Jason talk about tone though maybe he does further in, I'm in for the ride.

    H
    Worked On: BGSG Course BlogWorking On: 50 R&B Bass Grooves YMK Blog

    Groove long and prosper Tune in to Funk Friday

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    Red face What? Who is ...? Oh!

    I am sorry; I thought for a moment I was looking at a picture of Brian Setzer, but it was just a photo of Hutch! Pick it, my friend!!!
    Studying in Jeff Beasley's Sherpa Class, Shred Warehouse! Alumni of Steve Lasner's Bar Room Blues Workshop! Proverbs 17:22 says "A cheerful heart is good medicine..." So I must be overdosing. "I am slowly puttering along the way to becoming the world's best guitar player."

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    Quote Originally Posted by wvgman View Post
    I am sorry; I thought for a moment I was looking at a picture of Brian Setzer, but it was just a photo of Hutch! Pick it, my friend!!!
    I found you in smiley form the other day and been waiting for a mo to use him
    is that you wvgman


    bro

    H
    Worked On: BGSG Course BlogWorking On: 50 R&B Bass Grooves YMK Blog

    Groove long and prosper Tune in to Funk Friday

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    I don't post here much - but Jason's course is one of my favourites of the many, many truefire courses I have. I also picked up his album "Peach Crate" from Amazon based on how cool his playing was on the course. Great album!

    Steve

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    Picked it up on sale also! Great course! Love it...

    Some of the licks I got pretty quickly... the Travis picking licks... ugh ! Got to get some serious practice time in on those. lol ! got to start slow... don't rush it !!!
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