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MVP In the Style of Ted Nugent (DVD)
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Includes guitar tab booklet. Hosted by Curt Mitchell, a respected guitarist's guitarist! Besides an acclaimed playing, recording, composing and touri...Read More
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Includes guitar tab booklet. 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.
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This DVD is really oversold. Basically it's just short clips of someone demonstrating pieces of songs (which are NEVER mentioned by name). Basically you're given 3 or 4 clips per song of someone demonstrating a particular riff both fast and slow. While this is useful for learning what it demonstrated, none of the songs are complete. That leaves a lot of uncovered ground in many songs. It's a good start, but you're left to piece the rest of the song together for yourself. Not too hard for some simpler songs, but it barely scratches the surface on others. The Ad also touts that you're given amp settings and so-on to get the artists tone. This amounts to the teacher in the video saying "lead pick-up with lots of distortion" and thats about it. Not exactly insightful. There's some good info here to be sure, but really I expected something more comprehensive. I've seen other lesson DVD's of this type that are much more thorough at the same price point. I'd also like to see more detailed information describing Ted's style and techniques. With this information the student would likely find it easier to pick out the portions of songs that are not covered explicitly by the instructor.