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August 25, 2004
Riff Interactive, a developer of interactive guitar lesson CD-ROMs, has released a new Interactive Guitar Lesson CD-ROM products from guitar educator Michael Johnson, titles Country Rock Lessons.
Country Rock exploded onto the California music scene during the late '60s and flourished as a new form of American music. This new style of rock combined the sounds of country, soul, and blues into one fluent, expressive form of music. The Major Pentatonic and Minor Pentatonic scales are the foundation for most Country Rock licks.
In this series, you will learn various blues/rock licks and movable blues/rock scale patterns. In addition, you'll learn the styles and techniques used by each of these guitar legends by focusing on playing licks, country rock progressions,and adapting other styles of music into the country sound.CD-ROM Software Features:
The Riff Interactive CD-ROM catalog which contains previews of each product is at: www.riffinteractive.com/catalog/catalog.htm All new CDs retail for $10.95, but are currently on sale for $9.95 for a limited time.