Get That Classic Fender Sound!

Jim Weider

Licks and Styles of the Greats, Featuring Vintage Guitars and Amps

90-minute video, includes music + tab on pdf file
  • Code:DLJIMFE21
  • Skill Level:Early Intermediate (3)

Learn amazing licks and solos, and get a close-up look at some of the famous guitars and amps that made rock 'n' roll history! Jim Weider is an expert in Fender styles, and he details the innovative and groundbreaking instrumental techniques of Roy Buchanan, James Burton, Steve Cropper, Robbie Robertson, Cornell Dupree, Freddy King, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jimi Hendrix. You'll learn essential guitar techniques such as double bends, volume swells, raking and muting, pedal steel licks, Texas blues, harmonics, chicken pickin', finger-and-pick rhythm and lead, and much more.

Jim amassed a mind-boggling collection of original instruments for this session and gives you a fascinating rundown on each one's special features, distinguishing characteristics and particular tonal qualities. The instruments and amps are each linked to a specific player and style to give you a complete understanding of the way they were used to achieve their trademark sounds.

As a bonus, top back-up players help Jim demonstrate the way these sound in a full rock band setting.

Student Review:

"I purchased five Homespun videos last week. All were taught by Jim Weider. Without any doubt they are the finest and most informative videos I've ever seen. Keep up the great work." -- Russ Howard

"Just a quick note to let you know that Jim Weider and the video blew me away. I've been playing Fenders for 35 years, and it was great to see an array of vintage instruments being played by a top notch guitarist, and to be quite frank I picked up a thing or two, and just about blew the windows out of the house playing along with Jim on my vintage 78 Tele. Great products and I will be coming back." -- Ernie Koumpis


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