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Guitar dvd tutorials

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royaldeadman
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384 posts since 17 Jun, 2012

Postby royaldeadman; Tue Dec 25, 2012 2:01 am Guitar dvd tutorials

I am looking to buy a really solid guitar training dvd that I can sit and watch on my tv and play and follow to and learn the guitar.

I want the best training and have no idea whats out there for dvds.

Any names?
Debby747
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275 posts since 18 Dec, 2007, from Germany

Postby Debby747; Tue Dec 25, 2012 2:27 am

I have no first hand experience with these,
but maybe you'll find something to your liking at http://www.justinguitar.com
He's got a lot of video lessons online to check out and DVD courses to order.

Good luck hunting, there's lots and lots of info online (and in stores),
some of it sure to waste your time and money. You have to be cautious with your credit card.

Greetings
D.
"There's a certain detail seen here."
tapper mike
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3674 posts since 19 Jan, 2008

Postby tapper mike; Tue Dec 25, 2012 6:03 pm

If you really want to learn guitar and be good. Take lessons in real life.

A video isn't going to tell you:
That you are out of tune.
That there is a problem with your guitar.
That you are doing it wrong and how to correct yourself.
That you need to practice more of what you learned before something you haven't.

You need to learn things in a certain order in order for them to make sense. Hoping around between things jumping into things that are beyond your current abilities will only frustrate you more. As well style matters. Pick a style/path and stick with it. Don't just hop around from one failed attempt to another. A teacher can help you to maintain focus on what you need to learn when. A teacher will be able to push you when they think you are ready for more and pull you when you aren't. Mostly they will know the difference between the two.
strangedogs
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387 posts since 30 Mar, 2006, from North Florida

Postby strangedogs; Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:19 pm

Youtube has some great lessons - FREE too! I learned Crazy Train from youtube!
Now the proud owner of an avid 11 Rack, Running Pro Tools 10.3.3 - for me it's heaven!
Sparky77
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362 posts since 29 Sep, 2006

Postby Sparky77; Sun Dec 30, 2012 1:46 am

royaldeadman wrote:I am looking to buy a really solid guitar training dvd that I can sit and watch on my tv and play and follow to and learn the guitar.

I want the best training and have no idea whats out there for dvds.

Any names?


You should check out all of the teachers on YouTube.
It's a very good way to see if you like the teaching style of each 1 before you purchase.
--After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.

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psychoxkps
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530 posts since 24 Nov, 2010

Postby psychoxkps; Sat Jan 19, 2013 3:34 pm

probably best tuts are gibson's training dvds.. there are really professionaly taken way.. give it a try.. i liked it:)
trust analog.... (owner of digital)
KaotoneSound
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5 posts since 22 Jan, 2013, from Australia

Postby KaotoneSound; Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:58 pm

I agree with strangedogs, Youtube has a vast array of learning tools, from tutorials to exhibition's, it's a great way to learn for free!

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