Paul Jackson, Jr. | I Came to Play -the Science of Rhythm Guitar

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I Came to Play -the Science of Rhythm Guitar

by Paul Jackson, Jr.

Learn some of the best-kept secrets of R&B rhythm guitar playing. Paul Jackson, Jr. brings over twenty years recording experience right to your home or studio. In this video you will learn the techniques needed for great rhythm, how to dissect a chord into simple parts, the concept of space, and what role "effects" play in a song. These are techniques that Paul has used on countless gold and multi platinum recordings.
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Learn some of the best-kept secrets of R&B rhythm guitar playing. Paul Jackson, Jr. brings over twenty years recording experience right to your home or studio.
In this video you will learn the techniques needed for great rhythm, how to dissect a chord into simple parts, the concept of space, and what role "effects" play in a song. These are techniques that Paul has used on countless gold and multi platinum recordings.

The DVD features special guest performances by Ray Parker, Jr., plus interviews with George Duke, David Foster, and Al McKay.


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