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Acoustic Guitar Soloing (DVD)

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Acoustic Guitar Soloing (DVD) (DVD). For Guitar. Instructional/Guitar/DVD. Instructional. Instructional video: DVD. Instructional text, musical examples, standard guitar notation and guitar tablature. Duration 51m36s. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.320394).

ISBN 0634063502. With instructional text, musical examples, standard guitar notation and guitar tablature. Instructional. 5.3x7.5 inches.

Jamie Findlay, one of the masters of contemporary acoustic guitar, has taught jazz guitar at USC and currently teaches at the Musicians Institute. In this in-depth presentation, he demonstrates and breaks down licks, scales and chords, and teaches sequences, arpeggios, thirds, and sixths intervals. He discusses major and harmonic minor scales, pentatonic scales and blues scales, with step-by-step demos of soloing in blues, country, Latin, Brazilian, jazz and pop styles. Packed with cool riffs and practice ideas, this DVD will help you develop your ear and play searing acoustic solos! Includes a lesson booklet showing examples in notation and tablature.

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  • 3

    Location:
    Hampshire, UK
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • March 14, 2006 More of a 'taster'

    This title covers a little of many styles and so probably has something for everyone. I found the section on Brazilian styles and the harmonic minor stuff really useful and worth the price of the DVD, even though I don't need 80% of the rest. It isn't too...

    fast ... it just has a lot to cover! As for chord names...they ARE flexible beasts. I would like Jamie to do a set of DVDs for specific types of music as this would target his audience better.

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  • 1

    Location:
    NY
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • February 16, 2006 way to fast

    all he says is okay do this and play this and you have it! He doesnt teach anything and he has his own names for the chords! all he says is just do this. And most of all he is way to fast!

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