The Guitar Lab DVD series employs a hands-on approach allowing students to play their way through the curriculum, rather than struggle through tedious theory and exercises. Features PIP (Picture in Pi... Click To Read More About This Product
The Guitar Lab DVD series employs a hands-on approach allowing students to play their way through the curriculum, rather than struggle through tedious theory and exercises. Features PIP (Picture in Picture) video, manual, standard notation, tab, power tab files, practice rhythm tracks and bonus material.
You're feeling mighty fine as you head home after dropping your sweetie off on the doorstep, her kiss still fresh on your lips. The top is down, hair blowing all in your face, big smile on your mug and the radio is blasting your favorite tune. Like the rest of us, you struggle singing along to some of the lyrics (for the record, it's "blinded by the light, revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night") but no problem scatting those killer guitar solos note-for-note. That"s radio rock guitar baby - tasty, melodic, memorable solos guaranteed to trigger involuntary air-guitar convulsions.
Top NYC recording and performing artist, Angus Clark is your radio rock jock for this collection of 50 Radio Rock Licks You MUST Know inspired by the likes of Jeff Beck, Kirk Hammett, Jimi Hendrix, Mike McReady, Tony Iommi, Ritchie Blackmore, Neal Schon, Steve Lukather, John Shanks, Trevor Rabin, and David Gilmour.
You'll learn how to build tasty rockin' lines with the major scale, how to apply pre-bends and releases in your solos for optimal impact, pull-offs, slides, arpeggiated phrases, mixed major and minor pentatonic lines, repeating motives, intervallic lines, double-stops and triads, "money-maker" licks, suspended chord arpeggios, repetition licks, Mixolydian lines, ostinato patterns, and even how to pull melodic ideas from classical music and old standards. In short, plenty to keep you happily busy in the shed for many moons.
Guitar Lab's innovative learning systems employ a hands-on approach where students "play" their way through the curriculum using learning tools such as PIP video, practice rhythm tracks, and interactive tab and notation, which allows the student to play along with the tab and notation, at any tempo, without change in pitch.