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Alfred Guitar World in Deep: How to Play Reggae and Funk DVD  

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Overview
  • Series: Guitar World
  • Category: Guitar DVD
  • Format: DVD
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An incredible two-for-one deal that will instantly improve your rhythmic sensibilities.

In the DVD Guitar World In Deep: How to Play Reggae & Funk, Guitar World magazine editor and instructor Andy Aledort teaches you how to play classic reggae rhythms, chord progressions, and music in the style of Bob Marley. Plus, he shows you all the syncopated grooves and hot chords used in the funkiest R&B. It's an incredible two-for-one deal!

Features
  • Series: Guitar World
  • Category: Guitar DVD
  • Format: DVD
  • Instrument: Guitar
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Item: 56-40081
  • UPC: 038081448190
  • ISBN 10: 0739092510

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Comments about Alfred Guitar World in Deep: How to Play Reggae and Funk DVD:

I sure wish that all the people making instructional videos would put some more effort into their product! I was really looking forward to learning some reggae riffs, but this DVD let me down. The instructor (nice enough guy) sits on a stool the whole time and talks about this or that chord and some strumming patterns. But there's no tabs, or printable or downloadable stuff to refer to. Just watching his fingers - but he does mention the chord, and a few times points out that for example, the chord is on the seventh fret, sixth string, etc. But only a few times. The rest of the time you're stuck - go dig up a chord book and look it up I guess. This is another example of a, I think, quickly made video with no real work put into it. Too bad, just not enough depth or material presented.

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