Learn the building blocks of the Rockabilly genre with Ian Argys.
Complete course with step-by-step lessons and practice examples.
Course filmed with 6 cameras for the perfect angles.
All tabs and notation provided in PDF and Guitar Pro formats.
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Join Ian Argys as he explores the core concepts of Rockabilly Blues, including: 12 Bar Blues, Pentatonic Scales and important chords.
Ian introduces his Rockabilly series.
In this lesson, Ian introduces the 12-bar blues and includes a few variations on the form. Ian's simple straightforward approach will have you playing the blues in no time!
By the end of this lesson, Ian will have you playing over a fun, 12-bar blues form with major and minor triads.
In this lesson, Ian shows open and movable 7th chord fingerings that are useful for playing nearly any song, rockabilly and otherwise.
In part one of his Pentatonic Scale Patterns lessons, Ian covers the first three (of five) patterns. Make sure you have these under your belt before moving on to the next lesson.
Continuing on with pentatonic scale patterns, Ian teaches patterns 4 and 5 and then shows what happens with the scale patterns after that.
In this lesson, Ian walks through how to shift and adjust the minor pentatonic scale patterns into major.
This lesson brings together the triads, progressions, scales, hammer-on's and pull-off's covered so far in a familiar sounding blues form we'll call the "Moody Swing".
In this lesson, Ian teaches a blues form in the style of Charlie Christian.
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Excelent teacher! love it
Fantastic lesson - both the teaching and the content are excellent
Fantastic! Just what I've been looking for! Rockabilly & Jazz!
Great teacher, easy to understand and moves at a good pace
I like his approach to teaching good stuff!
I would have marked all three choices if it would allow me to. I feel great after really hammering this lesson out. Ian had me all over the fretboard, and I am able to see the relationships, hear rather, in octaves and notes. As my profile s
Not usually my normal style of music but I've been asked to learn a rockabilly type song so hoping this series will help me out and give me some ideas.
These five lessons should be a pre requisite for all students of guitar. I just found him after over a year of struggling with pentatonic. His approach is excellent as a foundation for understanding the basics. Thank you Ian.