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Hal Leonard Guitar for Girls (DVD)
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This complete guide has been specially designed to give you all the tools you need to begin really playing acoustic or electric guitar. Starting out ...Click To Read More About This Product
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This complete guide has been specially designed to give you all the tools you need to begin really playing acoustic or electric guitar. Starting out with an easy-to-follow look at the basics, you will get a chance to explore all aspects of guitar playing as talented singer/songwriter/recording artist Alex Bach shows you the ins and outs of chords, scales, strumming patterns, and fingerpicking. Alex shows you how to put it all together to fashion your own style and even create your own music. Experience the excitement and energy of your own band by playing entire song rhythms with the full band backing tracks.
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I got this DVD for my daughter when she just turned 12 and had a new guitar in her hands. She has loved it, and learned to play everything here.I was cynical about a title that purports to teach "guitar for girls", but Bach sets up an environment that really seems like it is for girls, where an accomplished young woman speaks directly to those a few years younger. It is very effective.Bach is very good teacher, and the production is outstanding. She is a profoundly interesting person and writer, as well.I have a warning for some parents: she presents a song named "Worthless" in two parts of the CD. I happen to think it is a fine song, but it has some explicit lyrics that I wasn't ready to have our 12-year-old listening to in the living room. (although I'm aware that she hears all this in school). The version of the song in the main instructional part of the CD doesn't use the language, but it is part of a performance at the end. You can download the song at no cost at Amazon, so you can make your own decision.