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Telecaster Instructional DVDs

mikeguy53

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Recently got a Nash Tele and want to get more into this style (Gatton etc.) Have Ray Flacke and Johnny Hilland. One thing I've noticed with instructional DVDs is that being a great player doesn't always translate to being a great teacher. Any input appreciated.
 

Carlo

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Scotty Anderson

Arlen Roth

Jim Campilongo

Great players and have instructional DVDs.

Also Jim Campilongo's website has lessons you can download.

Not specifically tele but another great player/teacher is Paul Pigat. He has DVDs on rockabilly, jazzin' up your playing, etc,.
 

VicAjax

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Jason Loughlin does Twang 101 at premierguitar.com, and Jim Campilongo does a lesson series there, as well. Both are good resources.
 

BMF Effects

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1) Find copies of the Danny Gatton DVD's.
2) Watch.
3) Put Tele away and use DVD's for entertainment purposes only.

:)
 

gtrplyr1

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I'll second the sizzling www.guitarlicks.com

They are excellent and you will ALWAYS be up to date with anything new coming out, hats off to Doug for knowing how to keep his customers in the loop.
 

Shnook

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Jim Weider has excellent rockabilly and country blues guitar tutorials available at Homespun. Just do a search for Jim Weider.
Exactly what I was gonna suggest. I'd also recommend How To Get That Fender Sound with Jim Weider. Not all Tele but mostly and with some excellent Tele tone and tricks on that one.
 

mountain blues

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I just bought some of the the Doug Seven download courses. Great stuff – I really like how he breaks things down. Thanks to those who recommended his site.
 

XXTwighlight

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Scotty Anderson

Arlen Roth

Jim Campilongo

Great players and have instructional DVDs.

Also Jim Campilongo's website has lessons you can download.

Not specifically tele but another great player/teacher is Paul Pigat. He has DVDs on rockabilly, jazzin' up your playing, etc,.
I would scratch Scotty Anderson from that list.
I rented his dvd years ago and couldt pick up a darn thing it was so fast and thumbpicky. Id steer away from the thumpickers if u dont already play with one. Its a different style and technique than standard flatpicking. But fun to watch.
 




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