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You'll be a guitar god in no time with this comprehensive program.
Gamers and beginning guitarists alike will find the guitar instruction on eMedia's Guitar Master CD-ROM accessible for any level. Learn to play guitar with 114 audio- and video-enhanced rock guitar lessons. You can start from scratch, and eMedia's revolutionary teaching style will have you playing songs, chords and riffs within minutes. Soon you'll be playing hit songs found in Guitar Hero and Rock Band, including "Paranoid" by Black Sabbath and "You Really Got Me" as by Van Halen.
Instructor Charles McCrone, a graduate of the cutting-edge Guitar Institute of Technology with over 25 years of playing and teaching experience, takes you through all the techniques needed to play rock, punk, and metal. These include movable power chords, barre chords, effects pedals, yanks, hammer-ons, pull-offs, palm muting, distorted riffs, the blues scale, using feedback, the whammy bar, and more. All these techniques are applied to teach you how to play hit songs, with an animated fretboard guiding you through fingerings as the music plays.
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Comments about eMedia Guitar Master Instructional CD-Rom:
This won't make you a master, but it does teach you the basics and gets you playing some songs quickly. It has easy versions of some famous songs and teaches how to play "in the style of" other famous groups, I assume for copyright reasons. The best part is that you can click on any note and it shows what to play in a pop up window, there are also videos and voice overs so you can hear the music and then repeat it. this is very useful to get the rhythm of the song down. There is a lot of work on power chords and enough lessons to keep you busy for a few weeks. I got mine in a 2 for 1 deal from an office supply chain in thier discounted software so it was basically free.