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A Modern Method For Guitar-Volume 1

A Modern Method For Guitar-Volume 1

Voicing/Format Software
Desc Dvd-rom
Composer Willain Leavitt
Publisher Berklee Press Publications
Catalog # 50448066
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
A Modern Method For Guitar-Volume 1 Composed by Willain Leavitt. For Software. Published by Berklee Press Publications. (Catalog # 50448066, UPC: 073999880137)

This DVD-ROM version of A Modern Method for Guitar, Volume 1 is the most compr ehensive guitar method DVD-ROM on the market. You will be guided through 14 co mplete lessons with Larry Baione, chair of Berklee's guitar department. It's l ike a year's worth of private guitar lessons at Berklee College of Music It f eatures 14 hours of instruction including on-screen demonstrations (with camer a close-ups of both hands), as well as interactive duets and play-along segmen ts so you can sit in with your instructor. You will learn essential skills for playing lead and rhythm guitar, including: scales * chord forms * accompanimen t skills * guitar technique * voice-leading approaches * reading music notatio n.
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