Phil Keaggy "Electric Guitar Style"

Phil Keaggy "Electric Guitar Style"


Phil Keaggy
Electric Guitar Style
The Story
Now with "Electric Guitar Style", for the first time you can join guitarist Phil Keaggy in his music room for a personal guitar lesson that takes you through electric guitar solos and licks from 16 songs including "Time", "Follow Me Up", "Just A Moment Away", "Sunday School", "Full Circle", "Happy", "Paid In Full", "Train To Glory", "Passport", "Riverton", "Sounds", "March Of The Clouds", "The Wind And The Wheat", "I Always Do" and "This Could Be The Moment". Also, he shows you how to recreate his famous E-Bow version of "Amazing Grace". This incredible song selections spans 9 different albums - "Love Broke Thru", "The Master And The Musician", "Ph'lip Side", "Town To Town", "Underground", "Play Thru Me", "Getting Closer", "The Wind And The Wheat" and "Phil Keaggy And Sunday's Child". Most songs are played twice, once regularly and once slowly, highlighting important tips on the use of harmonics, volume knob swells, right hand tapping, E-Bow, digital delay and vibrato arm techniques that guitarists of all levels can follow. With step by step instructions, you'll learn to master these techniques. Discussing his influences through the years, Phil shares valuable insights for young players and even shows you the exact guitars and equipment used on each song. As a special bonus, included is the music video, "Tell Me How You Feel", from the album "Phil Keaggy And Sunday's Child".

Special DVD features include: Downloadable Booklet.

DVD Video, NTSC, Regions: 1

Additional Facts
Recognized as a world class guitarist, Phil Keaggy is one of the most influential and innovative musicians today. Featured several times in Guitar Player Magazine, Phil has won many awards including Best Instrumentalist of the Year from the Gospel Music Association in 1988. Phil has developed a stunning array of guitar styles incorporating rock, jazz, blues and classical influences. Famous for his highly lyrical solos and dazzling textures, Phil first gained prominence within the progressive rock trio Glass Harp. He went on to become a highly successful solo artist and his unique sound and style, often emulated but never duplicated, has made him one of the most powerful guitar voices of the '80s.