William Bay – Guitar Images

Mar 27 2016

William Bay – Guitar Images

William Bay – Guitar Images 25 acoustic guitar solos. The solos in this collection present a myriad of moods on the guitar. They were written to be very expressive, contemplative pieces which could be performed in a variety of secular and sacred settings. Some of the pieces were scored for 7-string guitar; however, they can also be performed on 6-string guitar-indicated are the alternate 6-string pedal tones in the tablature part. Many of the solos use a “cross-picking” technique alternating higher position closed strings and open strings, resulting in a ‘harp-like’ effect. The included tablature parts allow for a...

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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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Guitar Licks Goldmine – 200 Acoustic Licks

Jan 04 2016

Guitar Licks Goldmine – 200 Acoustic Licks

A Guitar Licks Goldmine awaits in this incredible acoustic collection! With four hours of content, this DVD is jam-packed with lead lines, phrases, and riffs personally taught to you by professional guitarists Matthew Schroeder, Ben Woolman, Peter Roller, and Colin O’Brien. Each and every authentic lick includes a walk-through explanation by a pro guitarist and note-for-note on-screen tablature. Normal and slow-speed performance demos are included to really help viewers master the licks. Great variety of lick styles for the acoustic guitar. Including percussion and other effect styles. Great blues and bluegrass licks also. Yes, only a few might be...

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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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Rick Kvistad – Accent Studies And Etudes For Percussion

Mar 16 2015

Rick Kvistad – Accent Studies And Etudes For Percussion

Play all studies slowly enough to be comfortable and relaxed. Gradually increase the tempo, but stay relaxed. Use the metronomic markings on the etudes as a goal for that Etude and corresponding Study. Rick Kvistad has been the principal percussionist and Associate Principal Timpanist of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra since 1980. Before that he had the same title with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. He has performed on numerous recordings such as the Star Wars Trilogy by John Williams. Rick has had an interest in combining musical elements of classical, world music and jazz through his involvement with diverse...

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Ben Bolt – 39 Progressive Solos for Classical Guitar: Book 2

Mar 11 2015

Ben Bolt – 39 Progressive Solos for Classical Guitar: Book 2

39 outstanding classical guitar solos arranged with tablature for the first time. Baroque, Classical Period and Instructional. Guitar solo book and examples CD. Standard guitar notation, guitar tablature and guitar tab glossary. The recordings on the CD sound very nice. The song selections are excellent. They are a little more up beat and lively. Classical guitarist sometimes play the most boring songs but Ben Bolt’s selection is superb. The first book here. This book is full of great songs, and they are simple to play in terms of basic fingering. The hard part is the mastering of the speed...

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Yngwie Malmsteen – Play Loud

May 12 2014

Yngwie Malmsteen – Play Loud

Very interesting DVD for Yngwie’s fans. A lot of useful information covered on this disc. This DVD consists of 3 different discs published apart from each other. Learn to play Yngwie’s style and songs. Mostly for intermediate to advanced players. Guitarist from Sweden who writes Arpeggios FROM HELL. He doesn’t need a real band or even a vocalist, just a drum machine, a bassist, and arpeggios, all FROM HELL. He is known for popularizing neo classical metal. He was one of the first guitarists (Along with Randy Rhoads and others) to use very exotic scales and borque classical influences...

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Lenny Breau – Master Class

Jan 16 2012

Lenny Breau – Master Class

Lenny Breau – Master Class This rare video taped footage of Lenny Breau was captured in July 1982, while he was teaching a master class at the University of Southern California. It is not a high-tech production, but a precious moment in time, captured on amateur video. The unassuming Breau plays each song, takes questions from the class and explains his technique and methods. Jazz guitar enthusiasts and Lenny Breau fans will appreciate the opportunity to have this visual glimpse into the genius of Lenny Breau, and all music lovers will marvel at his incredible, effortless and unique style...

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John Carlini – Chord Solo Guitar Volume 2

Nov 22 2011

John Carlini – Chord Solo Guitar Volume 2

John Carlini s a musical Renaissance man. He embraces all styles of music with an understanding and passion that is evident every time he picks up his guitar. His influences range from guitarists like Andres Segovia, Django Reinhardt and Lenny Breau, to pianist Bill Evans & saxophonist John Coltrane. Carlini has the uncanny ability to incorporate all these styles & make them his own. John truly has music in his blood. His father was a violonist in the New York Philharmonic, while his mother was a virtuoso piano player. John graduated from Berklee School of Music & went on...

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