Adam Fulara – Two-Handed Tapping Guitar Workshop

Jul 07 2016

Adam Fulara – Two-Handed Tapping Guitar Workshop

Two-handed tapping guitar workshop Book + DVD by Adam Fulara. First book of its kind in the world! 14 complete tunes (complete transcriptions with scores, TABs and fingering), step by step for regular 6-string guitar with standard tuning (EBGDAE). Polish language with English subtitles. For usual 6-string guitar and standard tuning (E,B,G,D,A,E). 14 lessons + 14 transcriptions of evergreens, classical music hits and Bach tunes (Amazing Grace, The Entertainer, For Elise, etc). Adam Fulara is a Polish guitarist who specializes in two-handed polyphonic tapping. Fulara plays both classical and jazz pieces.   Language: Polish (English subtitles) Year: 2015 Running...

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Charlie Byrd – Contemporary Acoustic Jazz Guitar

Jun 10 2016

Charlie Byrd – Contemporary Acoustic Jazz Guitar

Charlie is generally recognized as the founding father of nylon string jazz guitar. He was one of the original Great Guitars that recorded on Concord (along with Herb Ellis and Barney Kessel) and is an “elder statesman” of the instrument. This video is full of Charlie doing what made him famous. Taking his time, he begins with a discussion of general classical-style technique, hammers and pulloffs, trills, and right hand fingerstyle warmups. The examples are liberally sprinkled with lovely chordal passages and licks. Other subjects that Charlie covers include blues playing, chromatic substitutions in turnarounds, artificial harmonics and a...

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Jamie Andreas – The Principles of Correct Practice for Guitar

Jun 05 2016

Jamie Andreas – The Principles of Correct Practice for Guitar

“The Principles of Correct Practice for Guitar” is not a method book in the traditional sense. You will not find scales, chord charts or licks of any kind. But you will find a book filled with insight and exercises to help you overcome common pitfall of hand position and muscle tension. Issues that lead too incorrect practice, and are detrimental to your progress as a guitarist. The material in the book is broken down into 3 categories: Understandings, Tools, and Exercises. Understanding helps identify a problem area, often one you might not have thought about. Tools are the solutions...

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Henry Mancini – Pink Guitar (Tab Book)

Jun 03 2016

Henry Mancini – Pink Guitar (Tab Book)

Guitar Solo. This folio provides note-for-note transcriptions of a dozen of the world’s greatest instrumental acoustic guitarists’ versions of the most beloved melodies of legendary composer Henry Mancini. From the brilliance of Grammy-winning guitarist Laurence Juber’s phenomenal display on the Pink Panther Theme to Ed Gerhard’s lovely arrangement of the classic Moon River … this collection will tickle your funny bone and touch your heart. Mancini’s melodies are so strong they adapt well to solo guitar whether it be steel string or nylon acoustic … and the finale is a brilliant duet on A Shot in the Dark. Songs...

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Frederic Hand – Classical Guitar Seven Easy Pieces

May 27 2016

Frederic Hand – Classical Guitar Seven Easy Pieces

The beauty and romance of the classical guitar is brought home in this fascinating lesson by one of the world’s top players. Frederic Hand applies the essential techniques that he demonstrated on his first Homespun video to gorgeous music that will be accessible to all guitarists…with practice. The seven works taught on this video are among the best-known student pieces, and will be within the reach of most guitarists who are familiar with the fingerboard and basic classical technique. “Easy is a relative term,” Fred says. “Playing the classical guitar with beauty and command is a life-long process.” Fred...

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Charles Postlewate – Five-Finger Technique for the Right-Hand

Apr 25 2016

Charles Postlewate – Five-Finger Technique for the Right-Hand

This two-hour DVD is a presentation of the 19-year project by Charles Postlewate on extending right hand technique for guitar to include the little finger. PART I presents this technique in actual repertoire, including standard guitar repertoire (by Barrios, Sor, Torroba and Villa-Lobos), new arrangements & transcriptions and original compositions. It features complete performances of twelve pieces recorded on Postlewate’s Homage to Villa-Lobos CD and published in the book by the same name. Each performance is introduced by Postlewate with explanations and demonstrations of how and where the little finger is used in the execution of scales, chords, arpeggios,...

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At a Glance Classical Guitar

Apr 01 2016

At a Glance Classical Guitar

At a Glance Classical Guitar DVD download with PDF book. The best music there is. Far superior to any popular music such as rap, rock, etc. Classical music is real music with real emotion and complexity and grandness of conception. It has been around for hundreds of years and its greatness cannot be denied. It takes much skill, intelligence, practice, and virtuosity to play classical music. The difference between popular music and classical are in there nature and composition. Classical often using intricate arrangements, professional trained singers and lush complex orchestral works. A first of its kind, the At...

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Ben Bolt – Anyone Can Play Classic Guitar

Jan 16 2016

Ben Bolt – Anyone Can Play Classic Guitar

In this DVD, you will learn from one of America’s foremost classic guitar teachers. Ben Bolt demonstrates his principles for judging distance, point of reference, right- and left-hand positions, and the correct sitting posture. An easy-to-understand and technically correct introduction to classic guitar performance. Ben Bolt was playing lead guitar in rock bands at the age of 12 and performed professionally at 16 in Miami. After high school, Ben left his band to study classical guitar in Spain. At the age of 19, he studied with Andres Segovia in Madrid. Andres Segovia, the father of the classical guitar, said,...

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Frederic Hand – Classical Guitar Technique And Musicianship

Jul 10 2015

Frederic Hand – Classical Guitar Technique And Musicianship

Here’s a lesson for both classical musicians and fingerstyle guitarists who want to discover their “natural dexterity” for speed, tone and effortless technique! Whether you are a beginning or advanced guitarist, you will benefit from Fred Hand’s in-depth exploration of the fundamental principles of classical guitar technique. “Your body and mind have an innate ability to express the music that you hear,” says Hand, “you only need to tap into this source.” By learning the essentials of good playing, such as posture, relaxation, fingernail shaping and the correct application of the free stroke and rest stroke, you will quickly...

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Yngwie Malmsteen – Play Loud! (Full Shred)

Apr 08 2015

Yngwie Malmsteen – Play Loud! (Full Shred)

Yngwie Johann Malmsteen is a Swedish virtuoso guitarist, composer, multi-instrumentalist and bandleader. Malmsteen became famous and very influential for his neo-classical approach in heavy metal music. He is often considered one of the most talented rock guitarists of all time and is considered to be a pioneer of shred guitar. Yngwie Johann Malmsteen – swedish guitarist, gained inspiration from Jimi Hendrix whilst watching a TV program on his death… not by listening to him!!! He also became inspired by classical baroque music, mainly Bach, and a violinist named Niccolo Paganini. He Mainly uses Harmonic Minor and Phyrigian modes and...

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