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James Burton demonstrates Suzie Q, pick-and-finger technique, and string bending; Lonnie Mack demonstrates rhythm guitar, whammy bar tricks and plays his hits Wham and Memphis; Greg Martin teaches Eric Clapton, Chuck Berry & Keith Richards styles; David Grissom demonstrates vibrato, attack, Billy Gibbons style, and pedal tones; Lee Roy Parnell teaches slide guitar in open G tuning, Lowell George style and "Dixie chicken"; Warren Haynes teaches string bending plus Albert King style.
Ages 12 & up.
Downloadable video file.
Title from title screen (viewed on Mar. 6, 2007).
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Introduction by Matt Scharfglass ; lessons by James Burton, Lonnie Mack, Greg Martin, David Grissom, Lee Roy Parnell, and Warren Haynes.
Also available as DVD; previously issued as Music Sales Corporation HOT708.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: OverDrive Media Console (file size: 247185KB).
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