If you have some basic to intermediate skills on the guitar and you have a passion for 1950s Rockabilly and Rock ‘n’ Roll, then this course is perfect for you. In this course I show you what to play between the solos, how you can accompany a singer during the verses.
You will learn:
•Bass runs taken from actual rock’n’roll songs
•Ideas and techniques how to modify a lick or pattern to create new ones
•Simple but effective chord shapes
•How to create rhythms for comping
•The unique guitar style of Eddie Bush
•Utilising the Question and Answer Method
Which materials are included in this course?
2 hours of HD video lessons. The lectures are filmed in split screen technique so you can catch every detail of both hands and feature on screen tabs.
I also included jam tracks, tabs in PDF and Guitar Pro format as well as various graphics and chord diagrams
Don’t hesitate to ask some questions in the discussion section throughout this course. I will answer each one of your questions as fast as possible.
Here is what my students and customers say:
“Randy’s rockabilly courses are the best lessons available on the Internet. Really useful instruction with helpful resources. Great stuff.”
“Fantastic material and instructor. I learned a lot of riffs and strums that I had heard before but had no idea how to play. This course is exactly what I was looking for.”, Ted Krigbaum
“It’s great to see a guitar player showing how to play the solos to Dancing Doll”, Art Adams
” I’ve retired and your lessons are really tasty. I can play Blues and Rock but your lessons are really opening things up.”, Craig Wolf
“This is the 4th course I have done from Randy and they never disappoint.Always teaches you the things you want to hear in an easy and accessible way. Tried many other tuition videos but these are the absolute best if you like rockabilly. Randy has an easy manner and is never patronising.”, Nigel Grund
“Excellent course for me. When I first heard Scotty Moore’s guitar & the early Elvis songs I was 13 years old living on Yokota AFB, Japan and was amazed at the guitar playing. Now I’m finally starting to play the songs in this lesson, Thanks to the instruction from Randy Richter; and now at 77 my guitar playing can amaze myself, and maybe a few at a local Senior Living Facility where I play once a month.”, Len Canter