Friday, August 27, 2010

Guitar World Guitar Heroes DVDR + PDF TUTORiAL

Guitar World Guitar Heroes DVDR + PDF TUTORiAL
Guitar World Guitar Heroes DVDR + PDF TUTORiAL | 3.47 GB
NTSC DVDR | 1h 30m | 720x480 (4:3) 29.97fps | Audio: Dolby AC3 48000Hz Stereo | 3.47 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

In our ultimate DVD guide, Guitar Heroes, we’ve packaged together the very best of Guitar World video lessons taught by rock’s greatest players! You’ll shred with Steve Vai, solo with Joe Satriani, funk with John Frusciante and play “chicken pickin’ ” with Zakk Wylde. With more than 90 minutes of lessons and columns with TAB in our digital booklet, our Guitar Heroes DVD lets the guitar gods show you how to jam. And you won’t be able to find this DVD anywhere else but here!.The Guitar Heroes DVD instructors and content include:

Yngwie Malmsteen: How to Play Fast

* Developing speed and spontaneity
* Linking the Phrygian mode, harmonic minor scale and diminished-seven arpeggio

Joe Satriani: Soloing

* The art and science of playing rock lead guitar

John Petrucci: Playing Sequences

* Expanding melodic sequences by moving them across octaves in different positions

Andy Aledort: Guitar Hero Tips

* Fast E blues scale licks using open strings
* Essential minor pentatonic rock licks
* Whammy trills
* Fretboard tapping

Zakk Wylde: Shredding

* Pentatonic boxes
* Adding chromatic passing tones
* "Chicken pickin’ ”
* Amp and effect pedals setup

Steve Vai: “Freakshow Excess”

* Phrasing and articulation
* Soloing over a looped vamp
* Playing in odd meters

John Frusciante: Rhythm Workand Soloing

* James Brown–style funk
* Single-note fun
* Two-note chord/melody ideas
* Stretching and compressing time when soloing

“The Art of Shredding” roundtable featuring Lamb of God’s Mark Morton & Willie Adler, Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine & Glen Drover, Trivium’s Matt Heafy & Corey Beaulieu, and Arch Enemy’s Michael Amott & Fredrik Akesson

* Modern rhythm methods
* Warming up
* Speed picking
* Sweep-picking arpeggios
* Legato phrasing
* Pentatonic licks

Slash: The best of his “The Cat in the Hat” columns

* Pre-gig warm-up strategy
* Using the pinkie, and different fingerings for string bending
* Playing the pentatonic scale in different positions on the neck

Billy Gibbons: Playing the Blues

* Boogie riffs in the style of Jimmy Reed and Eddie Taylor
* Robert Jonson–style turnarounds
* Elmore James–style licks
* Using sixth intervals
* B.B. King–style licks
* Pinch harmonics
* Tone production

Steve Morse: The best of his “Morse Code” columns

* Phrasing
* How to use scale sequences creatively in solos



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