Learn Page & Clapton’s Acoustic Styles
7th Jan 2010 | 12:14
Play ‘unplugged’ like two of its greatest exponents
Play like EC...
Eric Clapton’s multi-Grammy-winning album Unplugged was a monster seller due to Eric’s easy, laid-back but authentic blues feel. Richard Barrett uncovers EC’s acoustic style in an easy-to-follow manner that will have you playing like old Slowhand in no time.
Play like JP...
Jimmy Page’s work in Led Zeppelin was way more than Les Paul-laden riffage. On most of the band’s albums he showed off his love of open-tuned folk-influenced playing, as well as more conventional bluesy acoustic work.
Again, Richard Barrett lays bare this great style that juxtaposes so well with Clapton’s more conventional approach.
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