Washbrook Reviews

“Rick Washbrook has a great sound and a great feel with his playing on the tribute to Lenny Breau, A Gypsy’s Bed”. Your playing is wonderful. I feel it especially after viewing your Flamenco Guitar You Tube videos.”
– Liona Boyd


“…guitarist Rick Washbrook has again stirred the juices of string-sensitive jazz purists…”
– Between Sets with Rick Washbrook… Read eJazz News Interview or Jazz Review Interview here!


“…when it comes to the late Lenny Breau, Rick Washbrook is a fan…”

-A Gypsy’s Bed…Read All About Jazz Article here!


“…Rick Washbrook has been playing the guitar for thrity years. Over that time he has acquired and mastered his technique that brings a strong creative bend to his music that enchants in many ways…”

-Roncesvalles Tango…Read All About Jazz Article here!


“…Rick Washbrook proves without any shadow of a doubt to be a devoted slave and perfectionist in the art of contemporary guitar playing…” – West Mystic…Read Kings Jazz Review here!


“…This is a soothing listening to solo performance album portraying the very fine attributes of the man and instrument in the playing of his six gut stringed acoutsic guitar…” – Roncesvalles Tango…Read Kings Jazz Review here!


“…’I have to reach other people and bring and awareness of Lenny’s musical genius to their lives’…Rick Washbrook…”

-A Gypsy’s Bed…Read Kings Jazz Review here!


“…To single out any cut… on this project would be futile at best…”

-Roncesvalles Tango…Read JazzReview here!


Guitar Man, One Man’s Journey – Read the full Kawartha article here

Guitar Lessons

From beginner to expert and everything in between, all lessons are customized to fit your learning style and goals. Lessons include Rock, Blues, Jazz, Classical, World, Electronic and Popular Music. Learn finger picking and strumming styles as well as country guitar pedal steel effects. Songwriting lessons are also available. Choose from:
• Private, One-on-One lessons
• Live via Skype Lessons
• Group Ensemble Lessons

What Others Say

Washbrook can capture the essence and mood of Lenny Breua’s musical spirit without resorting to emulation or imitation. His ability to sustain that fragile mood throughout his playing is captivating.

I enjoy seeing Washbrook’s enthusiasm as he shares his love of playing the guitar. When he swings with that walking bass, comping chords and melody simultaneously, it is so musical while sounding effortless.

When I listen to Rick Washbrook play it makes me feel very close to my brother and it makes me realize that Lenny will always live on. Thank you Rick for keeping Lenny’s music so vital and alive.

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