Beginner Guitar Blues

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Keith Wyatt is a Los Angeles-based guitarist, lecturer musician, schoolteacher, columnist, and developer of music curriculum and educational media. He was also ounce a beginner guitar blues student like many of the blues masters. Since 1996, Wyatt has toured and entered with renowned L-Abased” American Music ” group The Blasters and is boasted on “4- 11 -4 4 “( Rainman Records) and “Fun On Saturday Night “( Rip Cat Records ). He has also worked with a variety of other groups and creators including Albert Collins, Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and Robben Ford in Los Angeles and internationally as a solo performer.

 

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In 1978, after graduating from the Guitar Institute of Technology( GIT) in Hollywood, California, Wyatt met the faculty and has participated in curriculum change under the direction of GIT founder Howard Roberts. After serving for a decade as Director of the Guitar program in what had become Musicians Institute, he was named to his current outlook as Vice President of Programs with responsibility for supervising curriculum development for the relevant institutions. He too insists a regular teaching planned at the school with a specialty in beginner guitar blues.

Keith Wyatt is also known as a novelist, teacher, and administrator of music instructional videos, beginning with his first designation, Rockin’ the Blues ( REH/ Warner ), in 1988 and eventually including over twenty DVD entitlements distributed by Hal Leonard Publishing and Warner Brother/ REH/ Alfred Music on themes wandering from blues and roots guitar modes to comprehensive beginning guitar methods for beginner guitar blues enthusiasts.

Keith Wyatt has a license agreement with Fender Guitar company and has produced an instructional DVD video called “Fender Presents Getting Started on Electric Guitar”. It is produced by Hudson Music.

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