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Emedia Rock Guitar Method (CD-ROM)
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Rock Guitar Method provides a great way to learn to rock! With over 100 audio- and video-enhanced guitar lessons, you start learning to play rock hit...Click To Read More About This Product
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Rock Guitar Method provides a great way to learn to rock! With over 100 audio- and video-enhanced guitar lessons, you start learning to play rock hits from the ground up, including songs from Black Sabbath, Blue Oyster Cult, Silverchair, and more. The innovative teaching style presents rock songs, chords, riffs, and gear tips in an exciting, fast-paced learning format that requires no previous music experience. You'll quickly be playing your favorite hit songs! Instructor Charles McCrone, a graduate of the cutting-edge Guitar Institute of Technology, with over 25 years of playing and teaching experience, guides you through a variety of techniques needed to play rock, punk, and metal.
- Learn rock, metal, or punk guitar
- Steve Rock of KISW's Metal Shop guides you through Charles McCrone's rock guitar curriculum
- Movable power chords
- Barre chords
- Effects pedals
- Palm muting
- Distorted riffs
- The blues scale
- Using feedback
- The whammy bar and more
Rock Guitar Method (CD-ROM)
- System requirements:
- Windows 98/NT/2000/Me/XP/Vista
- CD-ROM drive, sound card, 256+ color display
- 16 MB of free RAM, 60 MB of free disk space
- Power PC (or faster)
- Mac OS 9.0+ or OS X 10.1+
- CD-ROM drive, 256+ color display
- 16 MB of free RAM, 60 of free disk space
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NOTE: Most of the songs on this thing are 'in the STYLE of...' which basically means that they give you a riff that sounds kind of like a song from the band but it isn't. You are NOT going to learn any songs by Ozzy or Metallica or Green Day or Blink 182, etc. You are just learning a riff (not a complete song even) that sounds sort of like the band. Also, there isn't really any solos or anything challenging. It is all pretty basic riff stuff. There are only like 5 songs that are like the original bands' tunes (don't fear the reaper, lake of fire, etc.) and they are not even played all the way through (no solo parts or any guitar fills, etc.). If you are a beginner this would be cool. If you have been playing for awhile you will be greatly disappointed like I was... I might use it to give my 12 year old daughter something to do, it is totally worthless to me.