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Fender Presents Getting Started on Electric Guitar (DVD)

A Complete Course for the Beginner Guitarist!

By Keith Wyatt

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A Complete Course for the Beginner Guitarist!. By Keith Wyatt. Instructional/Guitar/DVD. Learn To Play. Instructional video: DVD. Duration 225m. Hal Leonard #HDDVDEG21. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.320293).

Item Number: HL.320293

ISBN 0634037226. 5.25x7.5 inches.

Getting Started on Electric Guitar offers a complete course for the beginning electric guitarist. Step-by-step lessons incorporating clear, easy-to-follow 3-D graphics and unique play-along tracks teach the viewer the essential chords, scales and techniques used by electric guitar players in every popular style, including rock, blues and country. This DVD is separated into two major sections. Part 1 - The First Step covers: tuning methods, string names, essential chords and scales used by all players, musical reference section (notes, rhythms, chords and scales), practice tips, fretting-hand technique, picking-hand technique, backing tracks for play-along, an animated fretboard, & more. 102 minutes. Part 2 - Play Electric! covers: right-hand technique, left-hand technique, rhythm parts (muting, alternate picking, arpeggios), soloing technique (string bending, vibrato), rock, blues & country styles, rhythm and solo ideas for each style, backing tracks in each style for play-along, sounds (amplifiers and effects), caring for your instrument, and tips from the Fender Custom Shop. 100 minutes. Special DVD features include:, bonus footage, including a tour of the Fender factory! - looping capabilities, web site links specifically for beginning guitarists, a multi-language feature so you can view the DVD in English, Spanish, German, French or Japanese, universally coded for playability worldwide. Total running time: approximately 225 minutes - over three hours long!

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    patrick
    Location:
    Belgium
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • 2008-08-24 00:00:00.0 Good work !

    It is indeed a good job and Keith is getting into details for the purpose of good music, and he is a very good musician. I like the solos he made up, the way he gets into rythmic approaches with diversity on the same chords. In my point of view...

    , the soft could have been more convenient (for exp.just to take a copy from a solo to work slowly on it, etc. Anyhow it is fun to work on and the music is good.

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  • 5

    tom sntoni
    Location:
    chicago il
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • 2008-03-30 00:00:00.0 finally the right one

    i have never written a review before but this dvd drserves my time i am 68 yrs old with no music ability who bought a guitar 2yrs ago nd over the years many beginner dvd tapes and books all of them assume you know something a beginner knows nothing this...

    dvd assumes that if i bought this first that is all i would need this is the best investment beginner can make because you really do learn how to play

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  • 5

    Anonymous
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    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • 2007-03-15 00:00:00.0 Very good DVD

    Very good DVD, with good explanations for some technics (like vibrato).

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  • 5

    Ted
    Location:
    NYC, NY
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • 2005-10-16 00:00:00.0 NICE!

    Definetly a great video. It came with my "fat strat pack" I love the solo, and it even teaches you how to play it, without this video, i wouldnt know how to mess around with the coolsest thing ever, distortion!!!

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  • 5

    ckib
    Location:
    Litchfield Park, AZ
  • 2005-08-13 00:00:00.0 The best DVD for starting guitar.

    This is by far the best DVD I have seen so far. If you are learning guitar by yourself (as I am), this is the one you want. Keith Wyatt is a superb instructor, and the material is presented in a logical and easy to follow manner. Overall, you can...

    tell this is a very high quality DVD production (great camera angles and close ups, jammable practice tracks that repeat and have different overlays for TAB, fretboard animation, etc.). I have only been playing for 10 months, but I have purchased several other guitar DVDs and CD-ROMs. ALL of them have been low-budget productions with a bunch of "stuff" all crammed together. Keith Wyatt's DVD is the complete opposite. Read all the reviews on other sites and you'll see the same thing. It says something when you keep referencing and practicing one DVD over and over. You won't be putting this on in it's case for a long time.

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