All the Michel Lelong’s english guitar lessons on Merle Travis, Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed styles was published by Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Worshop in the 80’/90′.
Notice: The tablature/music are in PDF and the audio files in mp3. You will receive the material by e-mail.
32 page tab/music book.
Baby’s Coming Home played in the key of C using the traditional alternating bass technique. Jerry Reed’s best known composition Blue Finger follows. This combines a melodic walking bass line with the jazz/blues feeling that is a trademark of Jerry’s sound.
East Wind played in the key of Am illustrates how a melody can be played with a ragtime piano feel using triad chords. 500 Miles Away From Home is a good example of Jerry’s rock/blues accompaniment technique. Stump Water revolves around the use of a roll technique that mimics the sound of a bluegrass banjo. Just Another Rag concludes this lesson combining the roll technique with an alternating bass.
Down Home uses four fingers for picking out 3 and 4 melody lines played at the same time creating a blues piano feel! A rhythmic accompaniment for Tennessee Stud follows in dropped D tuning. Jerry’s Breakdown completes the series.
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|Complete series: PDF booklet 7 tablatures/music score and mp3 audio lessons (3 hours)||24.95 €|
|Booklet PDF (7 tab/solfège) without the audio lessons||17 €|
|Tablature per unit with mp3 audio lesson||Prices||Paypal Button|
|Baby's Coming Home||6 €|
|Blue Finger||6 €|
|East Wind||6 €|
|500 Miles Away From Home||4 €|
|Just Another Rag||6 €|
|Down Home||6 €|
|Tennessee Stud||4 €|
|Jerry's Breakdown||6 €|
Jerry Reed Biography
Today Jerry Reed was a Hollywood movie star. But his roots are in country music and he made his name with his songs and guitar playing. He has a very unique guitar style that combines the folk tradition with jazz/blues elements of composition, chordings and right hand techniques. Chet Atkins has recorded many of Jerry’s original instrumentals. This series of three lessons is for the advanced guitar player.