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Alfred Guitar World: Mastering Scales DVD
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Over the past 24 years, Jimmy Brown has built a reputation as one of the world's finest music editors through his work as transcriber, arranger and s...Click To Read More About This Product
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3 hours of quality instruction from an experienced Guitar World editor who also moonlights as a professional guitarist.
Over the past 24 years, Jimmy Brown has built a reputation as one of the world's finest music editors through his work as transcriber, arranger and senior music editor for Guitar World magazine, one of the world's best-selling magazine for guitarists. In addition to these roles, he is a busy working musician, performing regularly as a solo acoustic guitar/vocal act and rocking out with a full band at taverns, restaurants, resorts, weddings and private parties. Jimmy earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies and Performance and Music Management from William Paterson University in 1988 and relies on much of what he learned then-and since then, as a professional musician-for-hire-to do his job effectively. He is also an experienced private guitar teacher and an accomplished writer, two skills that go hand-in-hand in his career at Guitar World. In this 3 hour DVD he imparts his wisdom from all this experience to help you master scales easier.
- ISBN 10: 0739096923
- ISBN 13: 9780739096925
- Instrument: Guitar
- Level: Intermediate
Learn one of the essentials of guitar mastery with this high-quality instructional DVD. Order today!
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- Mind Numbing
Comments about Alfred Guitar World: Mastering Scales DVD:
This was nothing more, than a guy sitting there playing scale after scale after scale.
There were no practical applications or examples. No intrigue. Nothing to make you want to watch it a second time, or even pick up your guitar and play along.
Sorry I bought it.
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