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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

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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!!!
    Proverbs 17:22 says "A cheerful heart is good medicine..." So I must be overdosing. "Guitar: for me it is just an all consuming, compulsive hobby." Alumini of Jeff Beasley's Shred Warehouse Classroom! & Steve Lasner's Bar Room Blues Workshop!

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




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



    "One of these days I'm gonna cut you up into little pieces."


    Check out the "Triads & Hendrixian Double Stops" Study Group" Put in your 2 Cents

    http://truefire.com/forum/showthread...ot-Study-Group


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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

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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!!!
    Proverbs 17:22 says "A cheerful heart is good medicine..." So I must be overdosing. "Guitar: for me it is just an all consuming, compulsive hobby." Alumini of Jeff Beasley's Shred Warehouse Classroom! & Steve Lasner's Bar Room Blues Workshop!

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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

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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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