This is the original version of The Complete Basic Course on DVD. It's divided into six Levels and is available in this three DVD set. Each level includes a guitar tab booklet. This is perfect for electric guitar but also works with acoustic. It doesn't just teach heavy metal. It's also great for classic rock, hard rock and blues guitar. Although this was recorded in 1992 it is still quite relevant. Yes, the Complete Basic Course 2007 is the revised version of this program. Still, there are a lot of great exercises and motivation tips here not found in the current program. It is recommended that you use this material as supplemental for today's program, The Complete Basic Course 2007 Revision.
In this Electric Guitar primer Jamie takes an in depth look at the essentials of guitar playing. including: chord construction, the CAGED system, the Cycle of 4ths, scales & soloing techniques. If you’re a beginner looking to take your playing to the next level, or an intermediate who wants to further their theory knowledge, this tutorial will help get you there!
Blues is a mysterious series of contradictions. It’s one of the easiest styles to learn how to play, but its also one of the hardest styles to play really well. There are great guitar players that can play the blues really well, but there are also great guitar players that couldn’t play the blues really well if their life depended on it. Everyone uses the same simple progressions, chords and basic vocabulary of licks, yet everyone sounds so different doing it.
Nothing sounds as bluesy as a slide guitar, and this 70 minute DVD shows you how it s done on electric and acoustic, solo or with a group. Using classic blues tunes Little Red Rooster, Sittin On Top Of The World, Reconsider Baby, The Sky Is Crying, Farther On Up The Road and One Way Out Fred Sokolow shows you how to play and improvise slide in the styles of the great bluesmen Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Mississippi Fred McDowell and Duane Allman.