Quinton Hufferd, creator of Blues Piano Revealed, has released a new post featuring the Rhodes stage piano. Hufferd has collected three videos that showcase famous pianists playing the Rhodes piano.
Online PR News – 19-April-2012 – Corona/CA – Quinton Hufferd, professional pianist and creator of the blues piano lesson product Blues Piano Revealed, has released a new post that showcases the Rhodes stage piano. Hufferd collected three videos that feature the famous pianists Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, and George Duke performing on the Rhodes stage piano. Readers will hear the unique sound of the Rhodes piano being played by three of the best pianists in jazz history, according to Hufferd. Readers will find Hufferd’s post about the Rhodes stage piano at http://bluespianorevealed.com/the-cool-sound-of-the-rhodes-stage-piano/.
“I have been a long time fan of the sound of a Rhodes stage piano,” Hufferd says. “Two of my favorite jazz pianists, Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock, were known to use the Rhodes piano often.”
“I’m not going to go into the back story of the Rhodes stage piano,” Hufferd says, “Instead I would like to share a few videos that showcase the versatility of the Rhodes stage piano.”
“I’ve grown up playing in a digital age where many keyboards and synthesizers have been able to replicate the sound of a Rhodes piano,” Hufferd says, “But there is something about the authentic piano that is just brilliant.”
Readers will find this post and so much more now at http://bluespianorevealed.com/. Hufferd has provided a variety of articles for piano players of all skill levels and ages. Readers will find his last post, featuring New Orleans piano player, Professor Longhair, at http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/220636-1334010039-quinton-hufferd-features-new-orleans-piano-player-professor-longhair-at-blues-piano-revealed.html/.
About Quinton Hufferd and Blues Piano Revealed
Quinton Hufferd is the creator and owner of Blues Piano Revealed, a service dedicated to providing excellent blues piano lessons at a comfortable pace. Readers should sign up for free blues piano lessons at http://bluespianorevealed.com/.