10.7 GB | DVD | 720x480 | 03:40:54

(3-DVD set) Leave it to John McLaughlin to revolutionize how guitar improvisation is taught to the masses. This is the Way I Do It is a DVD landmark. It is the first music instruction DVD to use the full capabilities of the medium. Displayed for all of the chapters are three camera views, the left-hand, the right-hand and a score so that the player can follow along.

750 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 60 min

Gambale demonstrates his technique with diatonic scales, pentatonic scales, arpeggios, and triads, playing each slowly and then at lightning speed. DVD special features include tuning segment, video performance with Allan Holdsworth and John Scofield, Concert with Class preview, Frank Gambale catalog, and Internet connectivity.

350 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 70 min

Quartal harmony deals with guitar chord shapes and chord voicings that are built in 4ths rather than 3rds. This type of harmony is used by pianists and guitarists alike and utilizes voicings that can be used in many settings. Quartal voicings, and their inversions, are displayed in the DVD's accompanying chart with very clear diagrams

700 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 91 min

Let the undisputed "King of Swing" bring a personable and relaxed approach to the serious business of creating flowing and swinging guitar lines. In this one-hour video, Herb uses the 12-bar blues progression as a background while he discusses and demonstrates some favorite lines that have made him part of jazz guitar history. Herb takes you through tuning, chord formations

700 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 60 min

Joe Dalton demonstrates the styles and techniques of country and jazz guitar with music scores superimposed over the closeups of fingering techniques. Includes a "duel" with Arlen Roth.

700 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 50 min

Jazz guitar sensation John Pizzarelli plays ten original jazz compositions. Performing is John Pizzarelli on seven-string guitar, Ray Kennedy on piano, and John's brother Martin Pizzarelli on bass. Selections include: Email Special; Eps Frets (Tribute to George Van Eps); St. Louiselle; After You've Gone; Seven on Charlie (Onward Charlie Christian Soldiers); Just a Skosh; Rosslyn; John's Blues; Oh, How My Heart Beats for You; and Splendid Splinter.

500 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 91 min

On improvisation shows critically acclaimed Scofield in a clinic format covering such topics as the use of seventeen major modes and scales, chromatics, passing tones, soloing, picking techniques, and various approaches to improvisation-all demonstrated with ample playing.

2.5 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 91 min

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.

838 MB | MPEG2 | 352x288 | 01:15:54

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

4.2 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 170 min

Learn essential guitar fingerpicking techniques with Lee Hodgson. This superb guitar tutorial is designed for the beginner to intermediate player looking to develop fingerstyle guitar techniques from basic ideas to more challenging pieces. Not only will you develop your finger independence through a variety of practical exercises you will also learn essential technique to add texture and feel to your acoustic playing]