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MJS Music Publications Easy Guitar Tricks DVD: Lead and Rhythm Guitar Techniques Used by the Pros!
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With the Easy Guitar Tricks DVD from MJS, you can learn to use the highly guarded techniques of the guitar pros and make each and every note count. P...Click To Read More About This Product
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Learn the techniques to make each note you play sound tight and professional.
With the Easy Guitar Tricks DVD from MJS, you can learn to use the highly guarded techniques of the guitar pros and make each and every note count. Playing a note, or even a handful of notes is one thing, but learning to give each note life while making them sound tight and professional is an important task to master. Using simple techniques that have taught thousands of eager students over the past eighteen years, expert guitar instructor Mark John Sternal teaches you how to play fun, useful guitar tricks quickly and easily. You'll be amazed at how, after learning a few basic guitar tricks and techniques, you'll never be at a loss when it comes to guitar playing whether you're writing your own songs, playing cover tunes, or improvising.
5 Easy Levels: Beginner to Advanced:
The guitar lessons on the Easy Guitar Tricks DVD are cleverly designed with extremely simple exercises starting with open strings and one-finger tricks that are very beginner-friendly. At the end of Level 1, these easy tricks are combined into a song format that can be played first at a slow speed, then gradually increased for mastery.
While Level 1 is designed for absolute beginners, each new section gives you more tutorials with tricks and techniques. When you're ready for the Advanced Level 5 section, you'll be using both hands on the fretboard. Each section includes a song that combines all of the skills you've learned, allowing you to use your playing techniques in a musical format.
1 hours, 22 minutes.
- Picking techniques
- Arpeggiating chords
- Two-handed tapping
- String bends
- Hammer ons
- Pull offs