Eric Johnson – The Fine Art of Guitar

Sep 10 2014

Eric Johnson – The Fine Art of Guitar

Here is the follow-up to Eric’s classic instructional DVD Total Electric Guitar. Building on that DVD, Eric goes on to show you: tempered tuning, pick and finger techniques, his famous ‘Koto’ technique, slide guitar, volume swells for lead and slide plus a host of technical tips including multi-amp setup, action and string tension adjustments. The DVD also includes several exclusive live performances by Eric playing with his band! It all adds up to the ultimate electric guitar lesson! You’ll never miss a note with these unique features: see the music and the tablature on screen as it’s being played;...

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Michael Angelo Batio – Learn Shred Guitar (Guitar World)

Sep 02 2014

Michael Angelo Batio – Learn Shred Guitar (Guitar World)

In the ultimate DVD guide Learn Shred Guitar, speed king Michael Angelo Batio demonstrates secret techniques to help you kick-start your solos, tackle super scales, play faster and become a speed king! With more than 90 minutes of lessons and hundreds of exercises, the Learn Shred Guitar DVD will take your guitar playing and soloing to the next level. This video features Michael Angelo an amazing shredder with mind blowing technique. He shows and shares the inside of sweeping and playing fast like nobody else. This video seems to be a compilation of videos, it’s very much worth the...

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Steve Trovato – Country Solos and Sounds

Aug 31 2014

Steve Trovato – Country Solos and Sounds

Legendary guitarist and instructor Steve Trovato has taught countless musicians the art of country guitar, and now, for the first time, two of his classic videos have been combined with newly shot lessons to give you everything you need to play classic country guitar. In this video, Steve demonstrates and explains the ideas and techniques behind playing fast single-note lines, poppin’ double-stop lines, to open-string licks and scales, boogie shuffle lines, and a few of his all-time favorite licks. You’ll also learn how to recreate the sounds of country greats like Chet Atkins, Albert Lee, Brian Setzer, and others....

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Jerry Donahue – Country Tech

Aug 26 2014

Jerry Donahue – Country Tech

Jerry Donahue has awed guitarists for years with his jaw-dropping technique and is best known as one third of the revolutionary guitar trio the Hellecasters. The late, great Danny Gatton once referred to him as the string-bending king of the planet. In Country Tech, Jerry shows you the techniques which have earned him the reputation as being one of the world s most respected guitarists. With up-close camera shots and on-screen music graphics, Jerry breaks down his inexplicable style, which incorporates pedal-steel style bends, hybrid picking, and behind-the-nut bends with tasty licks, double stops, glisses, slurs, and soulful vibrato....

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Chris Duarte – Axploration

Aug 20 2014

Chris Duarte – Axploration

Emerging from the hotbed of Lonestar State blues in Austin, Texas, Chris Duarte has established himself as a major guitarist, singer, songwriter and band leader. Duarte developed his monster Strat chops by studying the styles of fellow Texans Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Johnson, as well as guitar masters like Jimi Hendrix. In this DVD, Duarte draws on his considerable experience to provide valuable insights into his style and musicianship. Chris is one of the greatest guitarists but he never really seemed to make it big. Well if you just want to see him play live which you can’t...

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Bruce Arnold – Total Modal

Aug 08 2014

Bruce Arnold – Total Modal

Total Modal thoroughly examines the theory, harmony and application of 19 essential modes and scales for composition and improvisation. This intensive study program will provide a comprehensive framework for composing melodies and hooks, improvising over any set of changes, superimposing scales, creating progressions and constructing chords for any musical application. In short, Total Modal is the definitive scale and mode application resource. The 19 scales and modes covered are: Ionian, Dorian, Dorian b2, Phrygian, Lydian, Lydian #5, Lydian b7, Mixolydian, Mixolydian b6, Mixolydian b2 b6, Aeolian, Locrian, Locrian natural 2, Jazz Minor, Harmonic Minor, Altered, Diminished, Symmetrical Diminished and...

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Dan Erlewine – Maintenance & Setup for Electric Guitars and Basses Vol. 1

Aug 02 2014

Dan Erlewine – Maintenance & Setup for Electric Guitars and Basses Vol. 1

In this video, one of the best known and most successful guitar tech tells about the techniques set up and repair of electric guitars and bass guitars. Here you can find lots of useful tips on how to bring their instruments in proper form, how to configure them and how to care for them. The material will be useful to those who are interested in guitar mechanics, and those who want to achieve the most effective management tools. Want to learn to adjust and tune the guitar so that the play was very comfortable and pleasant. Useful to pros...

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Desi Serna – Getting Started with the Pentatonic Scale

Jul 20 2014

Desi Serna – Getting Started with the Pentatonic Scale

This video program is intended for intermediate level students who have already progressed past the beginning stages of guitar playing. The pentatonic scale is one of the most common scales in all of popular music. It’s used to play melodies, riffs, lead guitar solos and bass lines. In this video program you will learn the five pentatonic patterns plus how to use the scales, application, improvisation and technique. Topics covered include, connecting the patterns and covering the whole fretboard, transposing to different keys, major and minor tonalities, the blues scale, hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides, bends and alternate picking, guitar theory...

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Jody Fisher – 30-Day Guitar Workout

Jul 15 2014

Jody Fisher – 30-Day Guitar Workout

A hit with teachers and students alike, this great collection of exercises and technical studies breaks up the tedium of doing the same old routine every day. Includes daily warm-ups, lessons on right- and left-hand technique, and more. Jody Fisher, a teacher who has many titles: Professor of Jazz and Studio Guitar University of Redlands, in Redlands, CA, the University of La Verne, in La Verne, CA, and the Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts (ISOMATA), in Idyllwild, CA. In this video course will tell you about the basic concepts of jazz, will reveal important aspects of guitar...

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Robben Ford – Playin’ The Blues

Jul 11 2014

Robben Ford – Playin’ The Blues

Good instructional video for fans of Ford, or intermediate guitarists who want a new perspective on playing blues guitar. There are countless ways for guitarists to tackle the blues… some choose an analytical approach, while others try to put as much emotion into the music as possible. Guitarist Robben Ford seems to have found a happy middle-ground, which he tries to teach viewers to accomplish in Playin’ the Blues. Ford walks guitarists through some basics of blues guitar, and provides some insight (including use of a modified minor pentatonic scale, which substitutes a sixth for the flattened seventh). Ford...

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