Ritchie Blackmore Style Study pt1 of 3
This is a short series of fun video insights into legendary Deep Purple and Rainbow guitarist, Ritchie Blackmore's playing style.
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Ritchie Blackmore. The former Deep Purple guitarist talking about his tone back in 1990. ... Steve explains how a bit of TLC helped him make the most of the guitar that became his main ally “Other guys were playing a Tele or a 335 and I come out with a 175 – people thought, ‘This isn’t gonna work...’, but I made it work. ...
Here are 50+ songs that have easy guitar riffs for beginner and intermediate guitar players. Well, most are easy, some are a bit harder. Well, most are easy, some are a bit harder. These are some of the best guitar riffs of all time, so as a guitarist, you really need to know them.
Paul McCartney has spent very little of his career playing six-string guitar.But as a bassist, he almost single-handedly made guitar players’ jobs a whole lot easier.. When the Beatles first arrived on the scene, rarely was the bass even heard on most pop records; players seldom attempted anything more adventurous than a root-fifth accompaniment. But McCartney, who not only played bass, but ...
After Hefner heard a ghost story from Jon Lord and had a guitar lesson from Ritchie Blackmore, Deep Purple performed "Hush" which is available in the Playboy After Dark -2nd Collection 2007 DVD release. In celebration of the band's 20th anniversary, Deep Purple re-recorded the song in 1988 for their album Nobody's Perfect.
10. Ritchie Blackmore. Phil Collen (Def Leppard): "The first gig I ever went to was Deep Purple – during their Machine Head period – at Brixton Sundown, now known as the Academy.They played Highway Star and it blew me away. And that’s when I decided to start playing guitar. Ritchie Blackmore was a huge influence because he was flashy.