Kenny Salter

Author of Guitarin60seconds among several other rock and blues based electric guitar methods. All designed to help guitar players of all levels visualize complex musical concepts directly on the fingerboard where it is the most useful. His methods are based on solid music theory and have well received by the guitar learning comminuty since 1996 when his debut book project Unlocking the Fingerboard was first released and online since 2004.

Kenny has introduced an entirely new approach to scale mastery and improvising he calls the Master Scale System. When combined with his DAE System the number of scale shapes needed to improvise over a variety of Blues, Rock and Jazz tunes is reduced from well over ninety down to just five. This sytem also eliminates the need to think about root notes or guide tones when identifying which shape to play at any given location and key on the neck. All of Kenny's courses are aimed at the Advanced Beginner to Intermediate player.

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About me: 

Author of Unlocking the Fingerboard published by Warner Bros in 1996. Made his online debut in 2004 with Turbo Tab. Released his flagship course Guitarin60seconds in 2006, followed by several other Blues and Rock based electric guitar courses at his homebase GuitarPlayerAcademy.com.

Instruments: 
Guitar
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Question

Kenny,

     I've been enjoying the SRV tutorial you did. I was wondering what electric guitars

you could recommend to get that SRV sound without breaking the bank. I have an acoustic/electric 

and it's just not getting it.  Thanks

 

How to get the SRV sound

Thanks for your kind words about my Texas Blues course...

I play a Fender Strat as did SRV but I have been able to get his sound with just about any electric guitar with high output pickups. Combined with a decent overdrive pedal you should be able to dial in his sound fairly easily. Hope that helps.

Kenny Salter
http://kennysalter.com

How to get the SRV sound

Thanks for your kind words about my Texas Blues course...

I play a Fender Strat as did SRV but I have been able to get his sound with just about any electric guitar with high output pickups. Combined with a decent overdrive pedal you should be able to dial in his sound fairly easily. Hope that helps.

Kenny Salter
http://kennysalter.com