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MVP In The Style of Metallica DVD
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Learn to play songs in the style of Metallica with this instructional DVD hosted by Curt Mitchell, a respected guitarist's guitarist. Besides an accl...Click To Read More About This Product
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Learn to play songs in the style of Metallica with this instructional DVD hosted 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 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.
Each title covers amp and effects settings, picking techniques, plus full band and rhythm tracks for practice.
NOTE: Metallica does not endorse, appear, or participate in this program.
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I bought this DVD thinking that it was a newly or at least RECENTLY produced DVD. It's not. Obviously "remastered" onto DVD from some ancient VHS format, it was filmed in the late eighties or early nineties at best. Although Curt Mitchell does a decent job going over the riffs, the quality of the video makes it difficult to actually see what's going on, and this comes into play even more with the play along tab, as you can barely read it, making it extremely frustrating.Also frustrating is the way the tracks or riffs are listed only as "Riff 1-5" etc, when naming them "Master Riff 1-5" or "Creeping 1-5" would have been much better when trying to find that riff you want to learn...instead you have to jump back and forth trying desperately to find that one riff or song you want to learn. It sucks.Overall, the DVD would be much better if actually "remastered" as it's advertised, and redoing the menu as to be able to find what you're looking for and this would be great... as is? Just buy the Metallica tab books, listen to the cd's and figure it out yourself.