A Longtime contributor to Guitar World magazine and the author and producer of literally hundreds of artist transcriptions, books, and instructional DVDs, Andy Aledort has influenced and inspired guitarists around the world for many years.
Only a handful of people on the planet can deliver the instructional goods on slow blues as well as Andy Aledort. Andy has served as senior editor for several top guitar magazines, has authored over 200 guitar instruction books, and has studied the styles and techniques of virtually every major electric blues and rock guitar artist in history. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone better qualified to present a more thorough slow blues curriculum than Andy Aledort.
Most of us remember exactly where we were and what we were doing when significant events in our life occurred. W.C. Handy’s transmogrification from formally trained musician and educator to ‘Father of the Blues’ was triggered in a single moment on a Tutwiler, Mississippi train track back in 1903.
3 Hours of lessons! Hendrix authority Andy Aledort walks you through the guitar parts on six songs from Jimi's timeless masterpiece Electric Ladyland. Each track is meticulously recorded and videotaped by the experts at Guitar World Magazine. Learn the style and licks from this classic album that have been the tools that have given the best guitarists the flare that separates them from the rest.
Learn to play 6 classic songs from the Jimi Hendrix Experiences groundbreaking album Electric Ladyland. With more than three hours of lessons, Hendrix authority Andy Aledort walks you through every amazing guitar part from ""Have You Ever Been,"" ""Crosstown Traffic,"" ""Come On,"" ""Gypsy Eyes,"" ""All Along the Watchtower,"" and ""Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"".
For many musicians, going out to the local jam and playing with friends is their primary, if not only musical outlet. The goal of Andy Aledort’s Jam Night series is to broaden your skills as both a rhythm guitarist and soloist, with specific instruction directed within the scope of standard, tried-and-true open jam night songs.
You raced home from the day gig, threw the button-down in the hamper, pulled on your favorite Stones tee, kissed the wife and kids — you’re out the door ‘cause it’s jam night down at the Big Al’s! The Strat is freshly strung and you’ve worked all week on the tunes they usually call out and so maybe, just maybe this will be the night that you actually bring the guitar in and sign up on the sheet.