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Alfred Dimebag Darrell - Riffer Madness DVD
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This long-awaited DVD tribute to the godfather of modern metal is finally here. Based on Dime's best-selling instructional book, Riffer Madness, this...Click To Read More About This Product
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A comprehensive tutorial on the riffs and patterns that made Dime a revered guitarist.
This long-awaited DVD tribute to the godfather of modern metal is finally here. Based on Dime's best-selling instructional book, Riffer Madness, this DVD is hosted by Dime's co-writer, good friend, and protege, metal maestro Nick Bowcott. It features long lost one-on-one special footage of Dime teaching some of his most classic licks. Nick Bowcott helps pass Dime's torch to the next generation. He takes 97 of Dime's critical riffs and patterns and uses them as a jumping-off point to help young guitarists play their favorite guitar parts and, more importantly, understand the creativity, attitude, feeling, and intention underlying each pattern. Nick also covers killer rhythm guitar, power grooves and pick squeals, psychotic syncopation, holes of silence, chromatics, diabolical dyads, and much more! The DVD includes printable PDF TAB, an exclusive interview with Dime's wife, Rita Haney, and two long lost lessons filmed by Dime. "Whether you are a beginner or technically advanced in metal guitar playing, or even consider yourself a Pantera guitar expert, there is something to learn for everyone here - "This release is highly recommended." - Blogcritics.org
Contributors: [Dimebag Darrell] Featuring Nick Bowcott
Series: Alfred's Artist Series
Mettle in metal the way DD did with help from this DVD. Order now.
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Comments about Alfred Dimebag Darrell - Riffer Madness DVD:
Not bad for getting into the metal style of playing. Its more of a fan favorite with extras. It shows the fingers more plainly on youtube, but with the dvd- you put it in your computer and can get the tabs. The dvd is a little pricey for stuff you can get off the internet, but you can watch it again and again and find different stuff and you dont have to try an guess which tabs are the right ones.