600 MB | MPEG4 | 352x240 | 00:42:54
Take your hard rock chops into the stratosphere with Berklee Professor and world-renowned guitarist Joe "Shred Lord" Stump. In this Master Class, Stump breaks down his disciplined approach to scale patterns and practice routines. He'll show you how to improve your technique and increase your speed, no matter what style you play. All you need is your guitar and a metronome. Stump will help you achieve a greater mastery of the instrument, with routines to get your chops in shape for the intense physical demands of the rock guitar idiom.
4.35 GB | DVD | 704x480 | 02:00:54
Brett Garsed is known for his work with multi-platinum artists such as John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John and Nelson as well as his albums with TJ Helmerich, Frank Gambale and Shawn Lane. Here Brett gives up-close demonstrations of his hybrid picking technique, left hand legato and also his unique approach to slide guitar as well as improvisation concepts for the intermediate to advanced rock/fusion guitarist. With over 40 minutes of live footage as well as 1 hour of personal tuition, this DVD is a must for
13.31 GB | DVD | 720x480 | 485 min
The six week series encompasses the following: Week One: Pentatonic scale in the first position, blues scale in the first position, pentatonic and natural minor sequences, alternate picking, vibrato techniques, three licks in the style of Zakk Wylde. Week Two: Pentatonic scale in the second position, blues scale in the second position, pentatonic and blues scale sequences, alternate picking, three licks in the style of Paul Gilbert.
8 GB | DVD5 | 640x480 | 240 min
A Guitar Licks Goldmine awaits in this incredible Country collection! This DVD is jam-packed with tasty lead lines, phrases, and riffs personally taught to you by professional guitarists John Heussenstamm, Josh Tovar, and Chad Johnson. Each and every authentic lick includes a walk-through explanation and note-for-note, on-screen tab. Normal and slow-speed performance demos are included to really help viewers master the licks.
700 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 60 min
Keith Wyatt, L.A.'s premier blues and rockabilly guitar maestro guides you through all the techniques, chord patterns, riffs and licks you could ever need!. Among the things you'll learn: blues forms, chord voicings, swing patterns, bass lines, rhythm guitar feels, horn style fills, organ style punches, minor blues, "jungle" beats, and much more!
1 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 120 min
Learn country guitar techniques and licks with Steve Trovato! This excellent two hour DVD will teach you some of the guitar techniques that influenced country guitarists worldwide. If you're looking to take your playing to the next level, this DVD will provide you with an arsenal of Albert Lee style
250 MB | MPEG | 320x240 | 01:05:54
Emerging from the hotbed of Lonestar State blues in Austin, Texas, Chris Duarte has established himself as a major guitarist, singer, songwriter and bandleader. 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. Duarte explains: practice routines • improving your sense of time
1.5 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 170 min
There’s no one more qualified to serve as your Fingerstyle Finesse mentor than Stephen Bennett. Bennett’s “magic” is powerful stuff. Prolific composer, performer, recording artist and award-winning finger-picker, Bennett has amazing chops, but it's his sense of melody and presentation that
3.4 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 57 min
Best known as the long-time guitarist of the rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante also has had an active and successful solo career releasing eleven albums under his own name. Although his major influences were Hendrix and another RHCP guitarist Hillel Slovak, he has also been inspired by glam rock and avant-garde artists such as David Bowie, T-Rex and Frank Zappa, and lastly by the electronic music of Depeche Mode and New Order, to create a constantly evolving style.