MVP Greatest Metal Riffs of the 80s (DVD)  

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This instructional DVD will teach you the licks and riffs from your favorite '80s metal masters. Learn to play the guitar riffs of Guns 'N Roses, Twisted Sister, Scorpions, Def Leppard, Quiet Riot, Gr... Read More

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This instructional DVD will teach you the licks and riffs from your favorite '80s metal masters. Learn to play the guitar riffs of Guns 'N Roses, Twisted Sister, Scorpions, Def Leppard, Quiet Riot, Great White, Ratt, Winger, Dio, Kingdom Come, and many more with extreme close ups played at normal and slow speeds. Features include scrolling music and easy to follow Ad-Tab!, jam track, tone tips, alternate tunings, and right hand techniques. Approx. running time: 60 minutes.

Hosted by Curt Mitchell, a respected guitarist's guitarist. Besides an acclaimed playing, recording, composing and touring career with Razormaid and Bangalore Choir among others, Curt has been dedicated to guiding new guitarists with over 50 MVP videos & DVDs. These programs have garnered many "best new guitar instructional product" awards and are certain to help you play guitar in the style of your favorite artists, and discover your own music.

NOTE: The artists mentioned in MVP titles do not endorse, appear, or participate in these programs.

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Comments about MVP Greatest Metal Riffs of the 80s (DVD):

well,im very disappointed.the guitar playing and camera work is good.but,a huge problem is none of the songs or artists are listed.wanna play a favorite riff from a fav band?your gonna have to sit through the whole thing,figure out which one and where,and write it down so you can go back to it.each riff is lined out in chapters.the instructor doesnt even mention what he's playing.hear something you like,but dont know who it is?your not gonna find out from this.cant believe this was released with this seemingly glaring flaw.this ends up being of no help.

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