8.1 GB | MP4 | 720x480 | 700 min
Musicians have been performing for the public since time immemorial, inspiring people all over the world with their creativity, knowledge of theory, and subtle nuances that set them apart from the crowd. Embark on a wondrous trek around the world, through time, and into the hottest musical scenes in the last 100 years as you open your eyes and ears to the magic of playing guitar like a master.
3.7 GB | MP4 | 720x480 | 210 min
The DVD, which features Dream Theater's guitarist, offers more than 60 minutes of instructional lessons. This master lead guitarist shows you:
• Prog-style shred runs
• Melodic shapes
• Scale and arpeggio patterns
3.7 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 |60 min
Tosin Abasi, the undisputed master of the seven- & eight-string guitar reveals his playing and practicing secrets. This DVD includes over an hour of instruction in seven-string arpeggios, economy picking, odd-meter phrasing, hybrid picking and much more. In addition to this the DVD includes warm-ups for both hands.
6 GB | MP4 | 720x480 | 240 min
Ultimate beginner course taught by Berklee alumnus Chris Rupp will have you playing great in no time. Learn correctly!
What you'll learn
You will learn the basic skills needed to get started with guitar
Learn how to play the basic open chords and barre chords
Learn the basics of rhythm w/tab and so much more
1.5 GB | DVDrip | 720x480 |140 min
Released in March 1972, Deep Purple’s Machine Head is one of the most influential rock albums of all time and often cited as one of the first genuine heavy metal records.Commercially, it is the band’s most successful album, topping the charts in several countries following its release. Machine Head reached number 1 in the United Kingdom and stayed in the top 40 for 20 weeks, and in the United States, it remained on the Billboard 200 for an incredible 118 weeks.
1.5 GB | DVDrip | 720x480 | 130 min
Released in July 1979, AC/DC’s sixth studio album, Highway to Hell is one of the band’s biggest musical achievements and sadly the last feature lead singer Bon Scott, who died early the following year. Highway to Hell became AC/DC’s first LP to break into the US Top 100, eventually reaching number 17, and it propelled the band into the top ranks of hard rock acts. It is the second highest selling AC/DC album behind Back in Black and is generally considered one of the greatest hard rock albums ever made. Learn to play the following:
2.4 GB | DVDrip | 720x480 | 210 min
Making its début at number one on album charts in both the US and the UK and certified 16× platinum in the United States alone, Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti (Released on 24 February 1975) is one of the bands strongest albums marking the artistic peak of their career. Learn to play the following:
1.66 GB | DVDrip | 720x480 | 180 min
Released in September 1975, Wish You Were Here is the ninth studio album by contemporary music heavyweights, Pink Floyd. The follow up to 1973’s The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here is Floyd's second album with a conceptual theme written entirely by Roger Waters and is largely a tribute to Syd Barrett, whose mental breakdown had forced
4.5 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 210 min
Learn Everything About The #1 Way to Beautify Your Songs: Arpeggiating the Chords (Playing the Notes Individually).