Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
To many guitarists the Fender Telecaster is in a class by its own. Since its introduction in the early 1950s, Telecaster devotees have used its unique features to create sounds that are simply impossible to replicate on other guitars. In this release, "Telemaster" Arlen Roth instructs aspiring guitarists in a number of telecaster-centric techniques including classic rockabilly rhythm styles, shuffle patterns, peddle steel bends, chicken pickin', and more before taking a few tips from such Telecaster greats as Steve Cropper, Albert Lee, Keith Richards, James Burton, and Danny Gatton.
electric-guitar, guitar, music, musical-instrument