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MVP Eric Clapton 40 Slowhand Riffs (DVD)
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Curt Mitchell teaches lick and riff techniques of Eric Clapton with extreme close-ups played at normal and slow speeds. DVD features include scrollin...Read More
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Learn the timeless style of a true guitar god!
Curt Mitchell teaches lick and riff techniques of Eric Clapton with extreme close-ups played at normal and slow speeds. DVD features include scrolling music and guitar tab, jam backing track, electric and acoustic techniques, blues licks, power chords, effect/tone tips, and more! Approx. running time: 60 minutes.
Lessons are given by Curt Mitchell, a respected guitarist's guitarist. Besides an acclaimed playing, recording, composing and touring career with Razormaid and Bangalore Choir among others, Curt has been dedicated to guiding new guitarists with over 50 MVP videos & DVDs. These instructional programs have garnered many "best new guitar instructional product" awards and are certain to help you play guitar in the style of your favorite artists, and discover your own music.
NOTE: Eric Clapton does not endorse, appear, or participate in this program.
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Let me start off by saying this DVD is very misleading. The "riffs" are played with no tab and Curt tells you virtually nothing about what you are supposed to be doing. He just plays it at tempo once then at a slower tempo and moves on to the next saying nothing about what he just did. The "tone and amp settings" were not discussed at all and Curt even says at the end that he "didn't even bother with the effects" in this DVD. He uses a borrowed guitar during the video and the background looks as if it's just an old sheet hung up behind him. Curt looks unhappy and bored the whole time and does little to keep the watcher interested. Another problem: the first 5 minutes of the DVD was used for advertising other "MVP" products. I'm sorry I made the mistake of buying this DVD and will never buy an MVP product again. Come guys there's better stuff out there, this isn't even worth the time......