Join Guitar Player magazine and Larry Carlton for an exclusive LIVE online video master class. Don’t miss your chance to get the next best thing to a private lesson with "Mr. 335" as he talks to you about blues comping, bending, vibrato, improvisation, and tone.
This is an incredible opportunity to learn some new skills directly from a true legend, in the comfort of your home with your guitar in hand!
And you’ll get to interact with Larry and Guitar Player contributing editor Andy Ellis via live Q&A opportunities throughout the one hour master class.
And if that’s not enough…
Also: All registered viewers will receive a $35 discount on Larry's 335 BLUES DVD course and a 30 Day Unlimited Access Pass to over 3,400 video lessons on TrueFire TV!PLUS - The First 100 pre-registrants get a free TrueFire TAKE TEN interactive video course (value $29)Registration for this one-time LIVE event and prizes is just $35!
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Larry Carlton: 335 Blues, a Live Video WebcastDATE: Monday, November 26, 2007TIME: 6:00pm PST (9:00pm EST)COST: $35REGISTER: Register in advance at http://storefront.theplatform.com/GetStorefrontEvent.event?pid=pdOt0LChzvl1tyDqtot0CuPLb3ElKoFJ
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About the Gibson ES-335From Chuck Berry to Larry Carlton, Freddie King to Alvin Lee, the Gibson ES-335 has proven to be one of the most popular and adaptable guitars ever created. Touted as the "wonder-thin" body by Gibson when it launched in 1958, the ES-335 represented a ground-breaking innovation in electric guitars. With its solid maple center block and f-hole semi-hollowbody design, the ES-335 effectively delivers the singing sustain of a solidbody while preserving the tone and richness of a full hollowbody—with no feedback.
For 2006, the Custom Shop has made several changes to more accurately reflect an original ES-335, including a period-correct center block resulting in ten to fifteen percent weight reduction, a slightly thinner body, and lower binding height. Visit your authorized Gibson Custom Shop dealer today and experience this classic for yourself. Available in Vintage Sunburst, Ebony, and Cherry.
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