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Uncommonly good idiomatic blues figures.
The Guitar Lab DVD series employs a hands-on approach allowing students to play their way through the curriculum, rather than struggle through tedious theory and exercises. Features PIP (Picture in Picture) video, manual, standard notation, tab, power tab files, practice rhythm tracks and bonus material.
50 Blues Rhythms is much more than just 50 grooves you can call up at the jam. It's 40 different rhythmic and chord voicing approaches for the 12-bar blues that Corey demonstrates in the same key for continuity purposes. ALL of these 40 approaches can be transposed to all keys, and ALL can be combined to craft countless blues grooves that you can jam over, compose with, or use for accompaniment purposes in any blues setting. The last 10 examples illustrate how to combine various approaches from the previous 40 examples.
Corey Congilio has found a niche working with artists who bring him song fragments and ideas. Through assessing the artist’s needs and influences, Corey is able to develop, compose, arrange and produce the music from the ground up while still preserving the artist's vision. A multi-instrumentalist, Corey often plays everything on an artist’s demos including but not limited to banjo, mandolin, resophonic guitar, and bass. He also is a professionally trained vocalist and is able to provide harmony vocals for his clients. Currently Corey is recording an EP of his original material, which is slated for a 2012 release, as well as writing, recording and touring nationally with recording artist, the Joe Zelek Band. He also is a product specialist for Fishman Acoustic Amplification.
- Text Lesson Guide
- Standard Notation
- Guitar Tab
- Power Tab Files
- Power Tab Software
- Practice Rhythm Tracks
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