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Hal Leonard Electric Slide Guitar (DVD)   

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This DVD will introduce you to the world of playing electric slide guitar in the open G and open E tunings. David begins with the basics of getting a...Read More

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This DVD will introduce you to the world of playing electric slide guitar in the open G and open E tunings. David begins with the basics of getting a good slide sound, takes you through slide scale patterns and riffs in open position and up the neck, and demonstrates step-by-step how to create riffs, solos and backup parts in the styles of Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Duane Allman and Ry Cooder. The accompanying booklet comes complete with easy-to-follow notation and diagrams that correspond exactly to this DVD. This is truly a unique opportunity for you to receive a private guitar lesson from one of today's finest writers and guitar instructors. 60 minutes.

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  • Size: 5.50" x 7.50"
  • Artist: David Hamburger
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Comments about Hal Leonard Electric Slide Guitar (DVD):

I recently returned to playing slide guitar and was looking for an instructional video that (a) covered various aspects of slide technique, not just licks, including string gauge selection, how high or low to set your action, metal v. glass slides, how to produce a "clean" slide sound (minimize string squeal, unintended notes from nearby strings, etc.) --- nothing here, for the most part. Most of the open G and open E instruction time is consumed by direction on how to tune your guitar --- duh!--- in the open E section, for example, there is minimal coverage of Ellmore James but nothing on Duane Allman. I suspect there are better choices...

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