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Alfred Guitar World in Deep: How to Play Guitar Weirdness DVD
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In the DVD Guitar World In Deep: How to Play Guitar Weirdness!, Guitar World magazine editor and instructor Andy Aledort shows how to play outside th...Click To Read More About This Product
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An instructional DVD providing guidance on techniques used by notable guitarists to craft unusual and memorable melodies.
In the DVD Guitar World In Deep: How to Play Guitar Weirdness!, Guitar World magazine editor and instructor Andy Aledort shows how to play outside the box using chromaticism, pentatonic superimpositions, symmetrical diminished scales, and more! These techniques are used by many guitar legends, including Jimi Hendrix, Randy Rhoads, Zakk Wylde, Dimebag Darrell, John Scofield, John McLaughlin, Jeff Beck and Eddie Van Halen.
This DVD contains lessons on moving minor pentatonic lines up and/or down the neck chromatically, using symmetrical-diminished scales to create unusual melodic shapes, exploring chromatic movement via the harmonic minor scale and much more!
- Series: Guitar World
- Category: Guitar DVD
- Format: DVD
- Instrument: Guitar
- Level: Intermediate
- UPC: 038081448183
- ISBN 10: 0739092502
- ISBN 13: 9780739092507
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Comments about Alfred Guitar World in Deep: How to Play Guitar Weirdness DVD:
This is one of the BEST DVD's I have ever purchased. Being more of a blues and classic rock player , this just blew the top of my head clear off. Easily worth twice the price. Mr. Aledort is a very proficient player and instructor as well. Not being a shredder yet wanting to , this DVD is just what I have been looking for. Even if I just use the examples given as finger exercises and never actually incorporate them into songs , I can already tell I am going to the next level. Thank you Musician's Friend , Andy Aledort , and Alfred Music!
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