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Mel Bay Lick Library Learn Guitar Techniques: Country DVD
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Learn country guitar techniques and licks with Steve Trovato.
Learn Guitar Techniques is an excellent two hour DVD packed with lessons that will teach you guitar techniques that influenced country guitarists worldwide. If you're looking to take your playing to the next level, this instructional DVD from the Lick Library series will provide you with an arsenal of Albert Lee style licks that you can incorporate into your own solos.
Steve Trovato is best known as a world-class country guitarist, but is equally proficient in a wide range of popular guitar styles. He has written a number of best-selling guitar instruction books, and between touring maintains a full time position in the Guitar Department at the University of Southern California.
Lick Library Learn Guitar Techniques: Country DVD
- Product Number: RDR0051
- Format: DVD
- ISBN13: 5060088820568
- Publisher: Lick Library
- Date Published: 7/18/2006
- Difficulty: Intermediate
- Duration: 120 min.
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Other country guitar/chicken pickin' DVDs teach you licks, but this DVD teaches you entire solos, which I think is cooler. This way you learn to solo and figure out how the licks work over the chord progressions. It doesn't come with any tabs, but it does such a good job of slowly and meticulously going over the licks that you don't need them.
Overall, this is a well done instructional video. What could have been left out and replaced with something else was a section dealing with full-tone string bending to mimic a "B-Bender". Such is difficult for even seasoned guitar players. I would have liked to have seen more of less physically demanding styles covered in depth.Other than that, I found this video very useful.