Ultimate Beginner Series - Electric Guitar Basics
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The Ultimate Beginner Series has helped thousands of aspiring musicians take their first steps toward experiencing the fun of playing music. Now you can experience both step 1 and step 2 together for the first time on DVD. On your Electric Guitar Basics DVD, you will learn how to tune up quickly and accurately, how to change strings, how to play the most popular chords, beginning strumming techniques, clean and accurate picking techniques, special electric guitar skills, and much more. Special features include interactive menus, random access scene selection, superior audio/video quality, internet connectivity.
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A lot of the instructors (they were usually renowned guitarists) did not do great job in front of the camera and their teaching stages looked boring, but this DVD presented very pleasantly. I think the two lessons had originally been produced for a TV program, and that made the difference. The lessons were given in a much more excting and interesting manner.
This one was best so far (I think only one I did not try is the one with Fender name on it). Do not buy more than one DVD (because they are all similar). Just try this. In case, you have got another, then just stick to it.
Moreover, keep in mind this kind of video lessons are for ultimate beginners.
April 2, 2007
I was surprised when I knew my library had purchased the DVD,
"Fender Presents: Getting Started on Electric Guitar" on my request. Any way, I got the DVD, reviewed and change this review.
Lessons in the Fender's DVD is given by the same guitarist, Keith Wyatt. Slightly more formal (therefore this ultimate beginner is more of fun), and contains a way more information. Therefore, I would like to endorse the Fender DVD instead of this. Just with a couple of more bucks, you could get tons of more lessons. In case, you have not buy one yet, then try the Fender's DVD.