Rhythms & Riffs of Early Rock & Roll
Uncle Bob wants to hear more... The Rhythms and Riffs of Early Rock and Roll is the best lesson I have ever had.
It hits me just were I am in my guitar journey and is exactly why I took up guitar in the first place.
I have no desire to start a band or play to anyone but friends and family. The lesson was at just the right pace and detail and made it easy and fun.
REALLY HOPE MORE LESSONS LIKE THIS ARE COMING IN THE FUTURE!!!!!
Hello Colin: I have been very busy moving to Las Vegas (UNLV). Currently I am practicing Rhythm & Riffs along side of Ultimate Blues courses. The reason I am doing this at this time is that the first lessons in each course is that they both cover TIMING. I am working hard on your timing lessons, as they are all important. I play along with you and apply your all of your techniques.
Your lessons are easy to follow and are clearly explained. And thanks to your teaching, I have seen marked improvement.
Continue doing what you are doing and I will follow. As I go along, I will keep you updated on my progress.
Riff (you don't mind if I call you Riff do you?). Have 3 of your courses. All great. I am a 72 y.o. Understand theory well. Head to hands is the problem. Thinking your Essentials of Strumming & Rhythm may help. Love your teaching & wish you & yours a very Happy Christmas. Gordon
I loved the rhythm 'n riffs course and would love to get the tabs or a quick video lesson on the riff u use at the home screen of DVD 2. It's really catchy. I am also waiting to get stage 3 of your blues course. Thanks
Just a note to say I'm really enjoying my new download course Riffs and Rhythms of early rock and roll it's good fun. Many thanks.
I haven't yet started with the Blues Chords course... first I gotta finish the Early Rock'n'Roll course.
I'm loving it... but it takes me ages to get those riffs up to your speed... especially with "Let Me Love You Baby'... I'm practicing hours every day; slowly getting there... and improving immensely.
I have been playing only about a year and a half and it's a late start for me; 65 years old. I love your teaching.
I'm really looking forward to beginning the Blues course...
I enjoy the lesson very much. I'm an acoustic guitar player working on improving my improv ability. It is a fun way to practice.