#1
I think he is a really talented player for what he does. I am wondering how to play Rockabilly, because this genre interests me. Where should I look for more info on how to play this music? What bans other than Stray Cats etc.? Any lessons?
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#2
Brian Setzer is one of the best and most underrated guitarist around, in my opinion. As for playing rockabilly, I'm not the best person to reply. I've only dabbled in it and aren't that good. Setzer has a DVD that youmight be interested in though.
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#3
I'd study the original rockabilly artists some. Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, many more I can't remember. Dunno about a site that could help you, though....
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Quote by Wulver
I'd study the original rockabilly artists some. Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, many more I can't remember. Dunno about a site that could help you, though....

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Stray Cats isn't really Rockabilly, it's Rockabilly revival. Brian Setzer isn't the definitive rockabilly player. He has a unique style that's somewhat different from early rockabilly.