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Rock,Blues Guitar Instruction:

Stevie Ray Vaughan Style Guitar

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BRAND NEW AND SEALED GUITAR INSTRUCTION 2 DVD set: Learn to Play Stevie Ray Vaughan Guitar Techniques, Vol. 2 

Learn to play techniques for five Stevie Ray Vaughn tracks note-for-note with Jamie Humphries. This superb 2 DVD set teaches you the jaw-dropping techniques that made Stevie the greatest blues guitarist of his generation! Tracks include:

Couldn't Stand The Weather;

The House Is Rocking;

Lenny; 

Change It;

Rude Mood.

Web Support: Download Stevie Ray Vaughn jam tracks, watch video lesson online at Lick Library!

Taught by Jamie Humphries you will learn five Stevie Ray Vaughan tracks note for note. This superb 2-DVD set teaches that made Stevie the greatest blues guitarist of his generation!

Jamie Humphries is the author of Giants Of Rock and Giants Of Metal guitar courses, a music college guitar tutor, & regular contributor to Guitar Techniques magazine!

Overall Difficulty:  Beginning - Intermediate 
  Series:  Learn To Play
  Publisher: Lick Library
  Binding: 2 DVD set Boxed 
  Dimensions: 5.25" x 7.5"
  UPC: 884088599249

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Stevie Ray Vaughn or his bands do not appear in or endorse this DVD of guitar style instruction.

 It's like having your own personal guitar instructor available to stop, repeat, or fast forward (by the controls on your DVD player or Computer), go back over a difficult musical part or chord change as many times as you need to until you master the guitar technique or section for less than the price of one hour of Guitar Instruction lessons!

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Stevie Ray Vaughan
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Stevie Ray Vaughan
 


Also known as
  

 SRV
 
Born:
October 3, 1954

(1954-10-03)
Dallas, Texas, United States
 
Died:
 

August 27, 1990

 (aged 35)
East Troy, Wisconsin
 
Genres:

Blues, blues-rock, Texas blues, Jazz
 
Instruments:

Guitar, vocals
 


Years active: 

1970–1990


Labels:

Epic 


Associated acts:
 

Double Trouble,

 Jimmie Vaughan,

 David Bowie
 
Notable instruments:

See SRV guitars

Stevie Ray Vaughan (born Stephen Ray Vaughan; October 3, 1954 – August 27, 1990) was an American guitarist, singer and songwriter. Eighteen albums of Vaughan's work have been released.[1] In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Stevie Ray Vaughan #7 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time,[2] and Classic Rock Magazine ranked him #3 in their list of the 100 Wildest Guitar Heroes in 2007. He is widely considered to be one of the most influential blues guitarists in history.

Contents:

1 Early life
2 Early career
3 Double Trouble
4 Drug and alcohol addiction
5 Recovery
6 Death
7 Legacy
8 Influences and style
9 Main musical equipment
9.1 Guitars
9.2 Strings and picks
9.3 Amplifiers
9.4 Pedals
10 Stolen and Return Gear
11 Grammy Awards and nominations
12 Discography


Early life:
Stephen Ray Vaughan was born on October 3, 1954 at Methodist Hospital in Dallas, Texas to Jim and Martha Vaughan. His brother, Jimmie Vaughan, is three years older. At age 7, Vaughan acquired his first guitar, a Sears toy guitar with only three strings. Among the first songs that he learned to play were hits by The Nightcaps, a Texas garage rock band that had a national hit in 1962 with "Wine, Wine, Wine." In 1963, Vaughan got his first electric guitar, a hand-me-down from his brother.[3]

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SRV Early Childhood Home in Dallas, Texas.

Early career:
Jimmie Vaughan's friend, Doyle Bramhall, heard Stevie Ray Vaughan playing a song called "Jeff's Boogie" by The Yardbirds, and was impressed. Bramhall would help Vaughan’s singing and songwriting development. In 1967, Vaughan’s first band, The Chantones, played an outdoor show at Robert E. Lee Park in Dallas and began to advance beyond school dances and private parties. During the summer of 1970, after falling into a barrel of grease while working for a fast food restaurant, Vaughan quit his job, formed his first relatively long-lasting band, Blackbird, and devoted his working life to music.[4]

In 1971, Vaughan made his first studio recording, sitting in with a high school band called A Cast of Thousands for a compilation album named A New Hi. The two songs that were on the album showcased Vaughan's early burgeoning talent. During Christmas vacation, he dropped out of high school and moved to Austin, Texas with Blackbird. Their home base was a nightclub on the outskirts of town called the Soap Creek Saloon. In late 1972, he joined a rock band called Krackerjack, but quit a few months later when the lead singer decided that the band should wear theatrical makeup on stage.

In March 1973, Marc Benno added Vaughan to his band the Nightcrawlers, which was recording an album in Hollywood for A&M Records. The recording featured Doyle Bramhall on the drums, along with the beginning of a songwriting partnership with Vaughan. The album was not released, however, and the band traveled back to Texas. A year later, he found a battered 1963 Fender Stratocaster at a music store in Austin. It would remain as his favorite guitar for the rest of his life.

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In late December 1974, Vaughan joined a popular Austin band Paul Ray & the Cobras, averaging approximately five shows a week.[5] The Cobras released a record and won "Band of the Year" in an Austin music poll. Three years later, Vaughan left the Cobras and formed Triple Threat Revue with vocalist Lou Ann Barton, W.C. Clark on bass guitar, Mike Kindred on keyboards, and Fredde "Pharoah" Walden on drums. Later, Jackie Newhouse replaced W.C. Clark on bass and Chris Layton replaced Walden on drums. Vaughan and Lou Ann renamed the band Double Trouble, though Barton left in 1980 to sing for Roomful of Blues.[6] On December 23, 1979, Vaughan and Lenora "Lenny" Bailey were married between sets at the Rome Inn nightclub in Austin.

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Double Trouble:
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Tommy Shannon, the former bassist in Krackerjack, replaced Jackie Newhouse in 1981. In July, the band played a music festival in Manor, Texas and a videotape of the performance was given to Rolling Stones drummer, Charlie Watts.[7] Double Trouble then played a private party for The Rolling Stones at New York's Danceteria nightclub. On July 17, 1982, Vaughan and Double Trouble played the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, the first unsigned act to perform at the event. A few in the audience started booing the loud band throughout their performance since the event was predominately acoustical music. Vaughan later met David Bowie and jammed with Jackson Browne after the show, during an after party which lasted for hours into the morning.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan at Montreauz Jazz Festival 1982

Bowie asked Vaughan to play lead guitar on his new album Let's Dance. The album became Bowie's best-selling album of his career. Bowie also invited Vaughan to go on his Serious Moonlight Tour. During the rehearsal period, Vaughan decided to attend the funeral of Muddy Waters and, thus, could not be found for 5 days. When David Bowie expressed to Stevie that he wanted him to come down a flight of stairs with a little dance routine while playing his guitar, Stevie realized that this was not his gig. He was not a "pop" artist and refused to rehearse dance numbers like one, soon after he quit the tour with David Bowie, and went back to focus on his music and career with Double Trouble.

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Browne offered Vaughan time in his recording studio in Los Angeles free of charge, and the band accepted the offer in November 1982. In the spring of the following year, music producer John Hammond heard a tape of the band's Montreux performance, and got the band a recording contract with Epic Records. Hammond is credited with discovering Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan, among others. On June 13, 1983, the recordings in Browne's studio morphed into Texas Flood, Vaughan and Double Trouble's debut album, and was released to glowing reviews, selling over half a million units.[8][9] Along with making an appearance on Austin City Limits, readers of Guitar Player magazine voted Vaughan as "Best New Talent" and "Best Electric Blues Guitar Player", with Texas Flood as "Best Guitar Album".

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On May 15, 1984, Couldn't Stand the Weather was released and hit number 31 on the Billboard charts. In October 1984, Vaughan and Double Trouble performed at Carnegie Hall. To celebrate his thirtieth birthday, Vaughan brought along an all-star supporting band, including Dr. John on keyboards and his brother, Jimmie, on guitar, who wore custom tailored velvet mariachi suits. His wife and parents flew in from Texas to share in his triumph.[10] In November 1984, Vaughan won "Entertainer of the Year" and "Instrumentalist of the Year" at the National Blues Awards in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Drug and alcohol addiction:
On September 30, 1985, the band's third album, Soul to Soul, was released, featuring new band member, Reese Wynans, on keyboards. It became their third gold album and went to number 34 on the Billboard charts. In July 1986, the band recorded shows in Austin and Dallas for their fourth album, Live Alive. On August 27, 1986, Vaughan's father, Big Jim Vaughan, died of Parkinson's disease. In late September 1986, Vaughan collapsed in Ludwigshafen, Germany from years of substance abuse, and he would later join Alcoholics Anonymous.[11]

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Recovery:
Vaughan struggled through two more concerts, though the last thirteen dates on the tour were canceled while Vaughan was admitted to a hospital in London. He emerged clean and sober in Atlanta, Georgia. Tommy Shannon also came out clean and sober while in Austin. Live Alive was released on November 15, 1986.

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In the spring of 1987, MTV broadcast the band’s show in Daytona Beach, Florida as part of its spring break coverage. Vaughan also appeared in the movie Back to the Beach, performing "Pipeline" with Dick Dale. He also appeared on B.B. King’s Cinemax television special with Eric Clapton, Albert King, Phil Collins, Gladys Knight, Paul Butterfield, Chaka Khan, and Billy Ocean. Later that year, Vaughan filed for divorce from Lenny.

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In 1988, Vaughan appeared with Stevie Wonder on an MTV special called Characters. Double Trouble also headlined a concert at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The show, featuring jams with Katie Webster, Albert Collins, and B.B. King, was filmed for a Showtime special called Coast to Coast. Vaughan's divorce from Lenny was finalized toward the end of the year.

On January 23, 1989, the band performed at an inauguration party in Washington, D.C. for George H. W. Bush. The band's fifth album, In Step, was released in June, and went on to win a Grammy Award for "Best Contemporary Blues Recording". In Step would then go gold in three months.

In the spring of 1990, Vaughan and his brother recorded an album together, one that would feature the music they had grown up with. They recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis and were produced by Nile Rodgers. The brothers agreed to name it Family Style. That summer, Vaughan and Double Trouble went on tour with British soul singer Joe Cocker, touring places like Alaska and the Benson & Hedges Blues Festival.

Death:
To complete the summer portion of the "In Step" tour, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble played two shows on August 25 and 26 at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin, while on tour with Eric Clapton. The last song he ever played was "Sweet Home Chicago" with Clapton, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, and Jimmie Vaughan.[citation needed]

For travel to the next venue, the tour manager reserved four helicopters to circumvent congested highway traffic. The helicopters, not certified for flight under instrument flight rules, lifted off in dense fog at 12:40 A.M. on August 27. Just past the lift-off zone was a 300-foot hill. Vaughan's pilot, unfamiliar with the area, did not climb to sufficient altitude immediately after take-off, and the helicopter crashed into the hill.

According to the report by the National Transportation Safety Board, the cause of the accident was determined to be inadequate planning by the pilot and failure to attain sufficient altitude to clear an obstacle.[12] Fog and haze, as well as the rising terrain, were listed as contributing factors. All occupants—including Vaughan, the pilot and three members of Eric Clapton's travel group—were killed on impact.

On August 31, 1990, funeral services were held for Vaughan at Laurel Land Memorial Park in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Texas. Brother Jimmie, mother Martha, and girlfriend Janna were in attendance. Among the mourners were Stevie Wonder, Buddy Guy, Dr. John, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, and Nile Rodgers.[13]

Legacy:
 
Vaughan memorial at Lady Bird Lake, in Austin, Texas. (30°15′47.1774″N 97°45′2.4228″W / 30.263104833°N 97.750673°W / 30.263104833; -97.750673)
The 1991 album The Sky Is Crying was the first of several posthumous Vaughan releases to achieve chart success. Jimmie Vaughan later co-wrote and recorded a song in tribute to his brother and other deceased blues guitarists, titled "Six Strings Down". Bonnie Raitt's 1991 album Luck of the Draw was dedicated to him. Many other artists recorded songs in remembrance of Vaughan, including Eric Johnson,[14] Tommy Emmanuel (the song Stevie's Blues), Buddy Guy and Steve Vai ("Jibboom" on the album The Ultra Zone, 1999) and guitarist Wayne Perkins ("Big Stratocaster", from the album Rambling Heart). Stevie Wonder included a song on his 1995 live album Natural Wonder titled "Stevie Ray Blues". On the album, Wonder refers to the song as "Stevie Ray Vaughan Blues".

Musicians such as John Mayer, Robert Randolph, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Colin James, Jonny Lang, Los Lonely Boys, Mike McCready, Eric Johnson, John Petrucci, Tyler Bryant and Doyle Bramhall II have cited Vaughan as an influence.

In 1991, Texas governor Ann Richards proclaimed October 3, Vaughan's birthday, to be "Stevie Ray Vaughan Day." An annual motorcycle ride and concert in Central Texas benefits the Stevie Ray Vaughan Memorial Scholarship Fund.[15]

In 1992, the Fender Musical Instruments Corporation released the Stevie Ray Vaughan Signature Stratocaster, which Vaughan had helped design. As of 2007, the model is still in production. In 2004, Fender also released a limited edition exact replica of "Number One".[16] The last guitar that Vaughan played before his death is on display in the Hard Rock Cafe in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. During that same year, Vaughan's name is mentioned in Stephen King's You Know They Got a Hell of a Band, a short story about a town populated by late music legends.

In 1994, the city of Austin erected the Stevie Ray Vaughan Memorial Statue at Auditorium Shores on Lady Bird Lake, the site of a number of Vaughan's concerts. It has become one of the city's most popular tourist attractions.

In 2000, Stevie Ray Vaughan was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame. Stevie Ray Vaughan became eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008.[17]

In November 2007, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation released a second tribute to Vaughan, an exact replica of his second beloved guitar: Lenny. This guitar was given to him by his wife Lenora ("Lenny") on his 26th birthday and Vaughan was very fond of it. According to Fender, the original Lenny was a 1965 Strat that he saw in the window of a pawn shop that he was unable to afford. The guitar is sold with a strap, a case with Vaughan's name embroidered in the fabric lining, a number of brochures and memorabilia and a leather bound certificate of authenticity.

In 2008, residents voted to rename Dallas' Industrial Boulevard, with Vaughan's name being one of the finalists alongside Stanley Marcus, Eddie Bernice Johnson, and Cesar Chavez.[18]

Influences and style:
Vaughan's blues style was influenced by many blues guitarists. Foremost among them were Albert King, Otis Rush, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, and Jimi Hendrix. He was also strongly influenced by early blues-rock guitarist Lonnie Mack, who, according to Vaughan, "really taught me to play guitar from the heart",[19] Vaughan, who had idolized Mack since childhood,[citation needed] produced and played on Mack's 1985 Alligator Records album Strike Like Lightning[20] and covered "Wham!", which was written by Mack, among others. Vaughan's older brother Jimmie Vaughan has stated that Johnny "Guitar" Watson was the guitarist he and Vaughan studied the most. Vaughan also cited his brother as an influence.

Vaughan's sound and playing style, which often incorporated simultaneous lead and rhythm parts, drew comparisons to Hendrix. Vaughan covered several Hendrix tunes on his studio albums and in performance, such as "Little Wing," "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)," and "Third Stone from the Sun." He was also heavily influenced by Freddie King, another Texas bluesman, mainly in the use of tone and attack; King's heavy vibrato can clearly be heard in Vaughan's playing. Another stylistic influence was Albert Collins. By utilizing his index finger as a pick à la Albert Collins, he was able to coax various tonal nuances from his amplifiers. Vaughan also took considerable influence from jazz guitarists such as Kenny Burrell. His influence is obvious not only on Vaughan's 'Riviera Paradise', but also on Vaughan's cover of Burrell's piece Chitlins con Carne.

Main musical equipment:
Guitars:
Stevie's main guitar was a cherished, beat-up 1963 Fender Stratocaster he dubbed Number One. He always referred to Number One as a '59. "1962" was stamped on the neck, and "1963" was written in the body cavity. On the back of the pickups, "1959" was written. The fretboard was a "veneer" board (curved on the underside), though all of Stevie's other rosewood-board guitars were slab-boards (flat on the underside).

Number One was 100% stock, except for the five-way toggle switch and the lefty vibrato arm. Around 1980, Stevie needed to have his vibrato arm repaired, and a lefty vibrato was the only one in stock. Number One was the only guitar with a lefty vibrato arm. All of his other guitars had righty vibrato arms. In the last tone position, a push-push pot with a dummy coil was installed in order to cut down on the hum from the single-coil pickups. Different value capacitors were also added so the tone would stay close to the original sound.

Number One had a very big neck and it may have been the biggest neck of any Strat ever made. Fender rated the necks in terms of size either A, B, C or D, D being the largest. The body was made of alder. Stevie preferred his fretwire to be as tall as it possibly could be.

All of his other main guitars were vintage Strats or Strat-style guitars.

"Yellow" – a single-pickup yellow Strat that had belonged to Vince Martell of Vanilla Fudge.
"Lenny" – a brown-stain finish on natural wood and a 1910 mandolin pickguard behind the bridge with a maple neck.
"Butter" – a 1961 Stratocaster with a slab-board
"Main" – a custom-made Hamiltone guitar, which had his name inlayed on the fretboard
"Charley" – a white Strat with "lipstick" pickups made for Stevie by Charley Wirz, for whom Stevie wrote "Life Without You"

Strings and picks:
His string gauges, high to low, were usually .013, .015, .019, .028, .038, .058. Sometimes he'd use a slightly lighter high E string, like a .012 or .011. And he always tuned down one half step.

Picks were always Fender Mediums, played on the side, round edge.

Amplifiers:
Stevie used a combination of amps, all running at the same time.

Two "blackface" Fender Super Reverbs
150-watt Dumble Steel String Singer with a 4x12 Dumble bottom
200-watt Marshall Major head with a 4x12 Dumble bottom
"Blackface" Fender Vibroverb, with one 15" speaker, used to power a Leslie-type Fender Vibratone cabinet with a rotating speaker inside.
His amps were all upgraded to Electro-Voice speakers.

Pedals:
He always used an Ibanez Tube Screamer, starting with the original first-issue 808, followed by the TS-9 and then the TS-10 Classic.

Vintage '60s Vox wah-wahs
Vintage Dallas-Arbiter Fuzz Face
'60's Tycobrahe Octavia

Stolen and Return Gear:
In 2007, Guitars, handwritten song lyrics photographs of Vaughan and other memorabilia were stolen from his brother's storage room in Austin. One of the thieves was sentenced to five months in jail and 10 years of deferred adjudication, following a plea agreement.[21]

The gear was found to be in the possession of Michael Winders, who was arrested along with another man when police responded to a complaint of a suspicious smell coming from an Austin hotel room. When police entered, they found several items believed to be Vaughan's.[22]

Grammy Awards and nominations:
1984: Best Traditional Blues Album for Blues Explosion (various artists)
1986: "Say What!", from Soul to Soul, nominated for Best Rock Instrumental Performance[23] (Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble)
1987: "Pipeline", with Dick Dale, nominated for Best Rock Instrumental Performance[24]
1989: Best Contemporary Blues Album for In Step (Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble)
1990: Best Contemporary Blues Album for Family Style (The Vaughan Brothers)
1990: Best Rock Instrumental Performance for "D/FW" (The Vaughan Brothers)
1992: Best Contemporary Blues Album for The Sky Is Crying (Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble)
1992: Best Rock Instrumental Performance for his cover of Hendrix's "Little Wing" (Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble)[25]

Discography:
Main article: Stevie Ray Vaughan Discography:
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble:

 
Stevie Ray Vaughan • Tommy Shannon • Chris Layton • Reese Wynans
 
Studio albums:
Texas Flood • Couldn't Stand the Weather • Soul to Soul • In Step • Family Style (w/ Jimmie Vaughan) • The Sky Is Crying
 
Live albums:
Live Alive • In the Beginning • Live at Carnegie Hall • Live In Tokyo
 
Compilations:
The Real Deal: Greatest Hits Volume 2 • The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble
 
Tours:
Texas Flood Tour • Couldn't Stand the Weather Tour • Fall Foliage Tour • First Tour of Australia • Japan Tour 1985 • Soul to Soul Tour • European Tour 1986 • Live Alive Tour • In Step Tour • The Fire Meets the Fury Tour
 
Original songs "Crossfire" • "Lenny" • "Love Struck Baby" • "Pride and Joy" • "Rude Mood" • "Say What!" • "Texas Flood"
 
Cover songs "Come On, Pt. 3" • "Little Wing" • "Testify" • "Superstition" • "The Things (That) I Used to Do" • "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"
 
Related articles Discography • Stevie Ray Vaughan Signature Stratocaster • SRV guitars • Jimmie Vaughan

Categories: Stevie Ray Vaughan | American blues guitarists | American blues singers | American rock guitarists | Blues Hall of Fame inductees | Blues-rock musicians | Electric blues musicians | Victims of helicopter accidents or incidents in the United States | People self-identifying as alcoholics | Musicians from Dallas, Texas | Texas blues musicians | People from Texas | Musicians from Texas | Grammy Award winners | 1954 births | 1990 deaths | Lead guitarists | Victims of aviation accidents or incidents in the United States

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