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MVP In The Style Of Pink Floyd VHS
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Master guitarist Curt Mitchell teaches you the classic guitar styles of legendary bands and players. Learning is made easy with extreme close-ups pla...Read More
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Master guitarist Curt Mitchell teaches you the classic guitar styles of legendary bands and players. Learning is made easy with extreme close-ups played at both normal and slow speeds. Here he teaches the melodic styles of David Gilmore and Syd Barrett! Teaches licks and riffs from "Money," "Time," "One of These Days," "Another Brick In the Wall," "Welcome to the Machine," and more. Includes slide guitar, finger picking, amp and effects settings, and a full band rhythm track to solo over. 60 minutes.
- Extreme close-ups
- Normal and slow speed examples
- Covers more than 50 Pink Floyd riffs
- Full band jam trax provide accompaniment to solo over
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I bought this video hoping to find a step by step analysis of some of my favorite Dave Gilmour solos, like the ones from Comfortably Numb or Shine On You Crazy Diamond. I expected to hear some professional advice on the techniques, etc. Boy, was I disappointed! For a moment there I thought I was watching Wayne's World! Except this tape was more pathetic! Curt Mitchell, the "instructor", is totally incoherent and can't string (no pun intended!) a few words together in a sentence. Watching him is painful and embarrassing. The tape is so useless and poorly produced, it is not even funny! First off, make no mistake, it is just a poor-quality amateur video undoubtedly filmed with a home video equipment! All you see is a goofy guitar "dude" playing unfinished riffs and licks from several Pink Floyd songs, some of which are hardly recognizable. None of the solos are complete, usually it's just a few notes, an intro, etc. Go to your local Guitar Center store and you will see half a dozen annoying weirdos like that - torturing everyone in the store, showing off by playing the same unfinished solos. You know exactly what I am talking about. :) There is nothing instructional about this video. The lighting is afwul, the picture is mostly overexposed and grainy so that you will have a hard time figuring out which strings the guy is playing, and on what frets. The "instructor" does not explain or comment anything (I mean, NOTHING!), just plays a lick and then repeats it with an overexposed clos-up of the left hand. Sometimes he goes into an icoherent gibberish about how great Pink Floyd is, or something about his gear. Don't bother following, the poor guy does not have the gift of expressing his thoughts in the English language. Interestingly, you can't see the right hand, so you just have to guess which strings are being played. You are definitely better off just watching a live Pink Floyd video. The instructional value will be about the same, except you will get it from David Gilmour. It is trully a shame that someone will release such a "product" and charge money for it. Very unprofessional. Do not waste your money!