Rhythm

Rhythm Series

Browse the library and click the “Preview” button for a 30-second preview. If you like what you see and hear, click the “Buy” button. You’ll checkout at TrueFire.com (Robben’s educational partner) after which you’ll be able to download your lesson immediately from “My Downloads” on TrueFire.com.

LessonDurationPriceVideo IncludesFocusPreviewBuy
Comping Principles2:10$1.49TXTRobben shares key insights for becoming a solid rhythm section player - a strong rhythm player is always in demand. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
Comping the Shuffle2:46$1.49NotationTXTInteractive TablatureMP3Robben demonstrates how to balance variation with consistency by varying the rhythm guitar figure for each 12-bar section. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
freeComping Breakdown6:29($3.49)
FREE
NotationTXTInteractive TablatureMP3Robben breaks down his Comping the Shuffle performance and how to craft fills to keep the rhythm part interesting. Sourced from Blues RevolutionFREE
Misdirected Chords5:35$3.49NotationTXTInteractive TablatureRobben walks you through the chord voicings and harmonies for Misdirected Blues. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
freeG Vamp3:38($2.49)
FREE
NotationTXTInteractive TablatureMP3Robben demonstrates how to leverage voicings, double- and triple-stops and fills and over a simple G chord vamp. Sourced from Blues RevolutionFREE
G Vamp Breakdown12:02$6.49NotationTXTInteractive TablatureMP3Robben breaks down the G Vamp performance explaining why he thinks in C even though the chord is a G7. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
Playing Rhythm Guitar3:38$2.49TXTDigging deep into the importance of consistency when playing rhythm guitar, Robben shares a few trade secrets. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
Blues in D: Rhythm3:27$2.49NotationTXTInteractive TablaturePutting many of the concepts to work in a musical context, Robben performs a rhythm guitar part for a blues in D. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
Rhythm Concepts 17:18$4.49NotationTXTInteractive TablatureRobben reflects on and demonstrates some of the influences of the 60’s R&B scene with artists like Junior Walker. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
Rhythm Concepts 28:51$4.49NotationTXTInteractive TablatureDemonstration for developing a rhythm part, starting with the basics and then building upon that foundation. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
That Albert Collins Thing4:43$2.49NotationTXTInteractive TablatureRespectfully borrowed from Albert Collins, Robben passes on a very distinctive and useful rhythm part. Sourced from Blues RevolutionBUY
3 Rhythm Examples6:56$3.49NotationTXTInteractive TablatureMore bonus footage from a live workshop, Robben demonstrates three very tasty rhythm parts.BUY
Combining Rhythm1:05$1.49Some playing, and words on groove and riffing within a groove. BUY


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Guitar Dojo Video Lessons are downloaded to the student’s computer and comprise one or more videos (in .mp4 format) and a suite of learning tools. Use the legend to determine which learning tools are included.


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