Air guitars at the ready! 67 tracks across 4CDs housed in a fold out card digipack style case. Includes Jeff Beck, John Mayer, Santana, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Stevie Ray Vaughan and many more…
There is nothing more satisfying than writing your own song. Many great guitar players would trade in their fastest lick for one great rock song. This DVD will show you many techniques concepts and ideas to help you achieve something that is probably much easier than you think.
Learn to play Paganini s Caprice #5 on electric guitar with Andy James. The 24 Caprices have often been hailed as some of the most challenging musical pieces ever written. We have taken this music and translated it to the electric guitar to provide a wealth of melody, harmony and killer guitar licks! Although not for the faint hearted, completing these pieces will not only make you a better player, but will also put you out there with some of the best technicians in the World..
This intense routine three times a week will increase your Guitar fitness and strengthen hands as well as increase speed.
Learn killer tremelo bar techniques with Michael Casswell This superb DVD will teach you how to get the best from the tremelo system on your guitar! Lessons range from basic tips to wild whammy bar techniques! Learn to imitate a slide guitar, Jeff Beck style harmonic pitch changes, vibrato techniques, sonic tones and much more to help make these essential techniques inherent in your playing. Also includes four jam tracks to practise and perform with. Michael Casswell is a highly sought after freelance guitarist and producer. He has played and toured with many well known bands and artists as diverse as Brian May, Cozy Powell and Ronan Keating to name just a few. His playing can be heard on numerous film and TV soundtracks.
In Rock Slide Guitar Danny takes an in depth look at the art of slide guitar from the rockers point of view. Along with licks, scale patterns, open tunings, and chord shapes, Danny will guide you through many of the techniques shared by the greats including vibrato, intonation, muting and phrasing. Each idea is played in context with a backing track and then demonstrated slowly with full explanations on the scales and techniques used.