The Rioght DVD
I just bought myself a Les Paul Jr. electric guitar pack, and ive always been playing off my dads aucustic, and Private lesons arent avalible right now. My dads buddys said they learnd off a DVD and got to playin real good
I was wondering if any of u guys knew a good DVD choice for an electric guitar
Thx fellas! 8)
I have been through many and they are mostly all somewhat disappointing but at the same time all offer something you did not know or something you could not do before.
If there was something I would recommend you avoid, it would be any DVD's with Curt Mitchell. He does mainly riffs of bands. He is very fast and not really for beginners. One day I will appreciate his lessons but not right now.
If you need the real basics, E-media Guitar Method would be the best bet to get started.
Then scour this site, read lots of posts, ask lots of questions and visit some of David's many valuable lessons. He doesn't tell you cut and dry things and how to exactly copy others songs, he offers many options and different ways to accomplish things so you can choose ways that please your ears and your abilities. Very unique and helpful way to go about things. 8)
If it was easy it wouldn't be worth doing.
Ill take yr advice, thx! E media, and Guitar Method are two different dvd's right?
no its one dvd emedia guitar method
even god loves rock-n-roll
Okay i am not going to spend 150 bucks on software, its a gutar packge... so can i et that software with out the guitar?
Try here too: http://www.musiccoach.com I like the "electric guitar coach deluxe"
When i first started about 2 years ago I got ihe Fender "How To Play Acoustic Guitar DVD." It wasn't bad for someone getting started- teaches all the basic chirds. they also have one for electric guitar. I'm told the first part of both DVD's- the chord part- are the same. In fact, he uses an electric even on the first part of the acoustic DVD. I paid about $25 at a Sam Goody's
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