Blind Blake Under The Hood
BLIND BLAKE - UNDER THE HOOD
AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT THE STYLE OF BLIND BLAKE!
Under The Hood:An in-depth look at the style of Blind Blake!
You don’t have to be an incredible finger picker in order to benefit from these lessons.
While Blind Blake was probably one of the most talented of all the guitarists of his time, I break down his playing into slow, step-by-step, bite-size chunks. Using computer technology, I was able to capture each nuance and lick that Blake played, and will not only show you how it’s done, but I’ll also teach you how to incorporate these techniques into your own playing!
That’s why I call this ‘Under The Hood.’
I can assure you that you won’t miss a thing!
There are five songs in this series, each one with it’s own treasures just waiting to be uncovered.
You’ll learn: An in-depth analysis into the genius of Blake's style.
Blake's famous ‘double-thumb’ technique.
How Blake would get that ‘bounce’ into his playing.
Blake's use of triplets, to make even a slow song swing.
His moving bass lines.
Tons of Blake’s ‘hot licks.’
How Blake would add variations within his songs.
Some of Blake's hot solos!
How YOU can incorporate these ideas into your own playing.
What You'll Get: • Over 56 instructional streaming and downloadable videos, breaking down each section into manageable lessons, along with pages of tab, plus the following five songs: • West Coast Blues • Cold Love Blues • Early Morning Blues • Righteous Blues • One Time Blues"
Your teaching and lesson structure keeps getting better and better. I really like the 'Under The Hood' concept - what makes Blake sound like Blake'. As I started watching the intro and verse to 'Cold Love Blues', your slow playing speed and prominent bass line really gets my attention.
In short, it was your articulate playing that did it. I hear the bass line clearly, I hear the melody and tinsel clearly. The intro videos to this lesson were spot on.I also liked having the original tune for reference, as the concept speaks very loudly. It's great to hear that this music was not intended to be perfect, it was intended to dance.
LEVEL: Intermediate to Advanced fingerpicking. Everyone at these levels will gain invaluable techniques and ideas!