Canadian Style Rockabilly

Posted by: TexasHeartRush

Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/13/14 03:42 PM

Canadian Rockabilly? Yes! LOL! This is inspired by Paul Pigat and an old Rockabilly DVD he did years ago. These are mostly old Cliff Gallup, James Burton, Paul Burlison riffs, but I like to promote other artists and Paul is really worth looking into as a player if you enjoy jump blues/swing/Rockabilly roots music. His Rockabilly DVD is slow enough for the beginner, engaging enough for the intermediate player and fun for the more advanced player to work with the riffs and have fun.

Real Tracks Bass and Drums. Pretty self evident here.

This is the type of Rockabilly I would have like to offer for the 1 minute contest had I learned about it sooner. Maybe Ill have another chance at the brass next year! LOL! Hope you enjoy!

BTW, this is done using a vintage Tape Echo... it is on the amp to the viewers right.

Posted by: floyd jane

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/13/14 05:12 PM

Rodney,

Super. You make that look so easy! Smooth all the way.

As always, impressive!

And fun to watch.

floyd
Posted by: Steve Young

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/13/14 07:15 PM

Rodney,

Color me super impressed! Very nice work. Like Floyd said, you make it look so easy!

And yes, fun to watch!

Steve
Posted by: Greg Johnson

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/14/14 12:44 AM

Rip roarin' rockin' and silky smooth!! Very tight! Love the tone of the guitar. Thanks for sharing. Take care. Greg
Posted by: RichMac

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/14/14 04:42 AM

Greatly enjoyed Rodney. Hints of Les Paul and Arthur Smith. Cheers.
Posted by: Scott C

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/14/14 07:40 AM

Awesome playing and tone
Posted by: Janice & Bud

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/14/14 09:51 AM

Great playing indeed and very cool to see it happening!
Posted by: boehm

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/14/14 12:41 PM

Hi Rodney,

very impressive playing.

Guenter
Posted by: F.M.M.

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/19/14 09:04 AM

hi Rodney great playing really creative and smooth flawless thanks for sharing eric
Posted by: Don Gaynor

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/19/14 11:24 AM

Wow, Rodney! The only thing missing is fire for we wannabes to burn our guitars.

Simply awesome, amigo. I'm hoping Alan from London weighs in on this.

Thanks for sharing (I think).
Posted by: Danny C.

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/19/14 01:02 PM

Rodney,

Great paying man, very enjoyable listen.

Later,
Posted by: tommyad

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/19/14 03:33 PM

Rodney, super picking. Thanks for posting! Tom
Posted by: tributeman

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/20/14 01:36 PM

as a singer in the very early sixties singing Gene Vincent Elvis Rick Nelson etcsongs this was heaven to my ears.By the way Ive got a Watkins tape echo just cant beat it for that authentic echo sound.Thanks for posting this up.Frankie
Posted by: TexasHeartRush

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/20/14 06:54 PM

Floyd, Steve, Greg, Rich, Scott, Janice and Bud, Guenter, FMM, Don, Danny, Tommy and Frankie...THANK YOU! I appreciate the great words. It means alot.

I have found myself drawn towards Les Paul's playing right now. A real blend of Rockabilly and swing jazz bop. Very inspiring. Sorry I don't have time to hang around much. I sincerely appreciate the listen!

Happy Easter!
Posted by: dani48

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/21/14 12:35 PM

Hi, Rodney !:))


I canĀ“t find any other word than WOW !!!!!
You sure make it look so easy and still it
more than difficult for an ordinary picker !!!:))


Cheers
Dani
Posted by: gibson

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/21/14 12:59 PM

ASTOUNDING.
And impressive to watch.

Alyn
Posted by: olemon

Re: Canadian Style Rockabilly - 04/26/14 10:38 AM

You're a player!! And those lightning descending runs...oh my.