Hello – this is David from Next Level Guitar. I want to let you know that I am very proud to launch my brand new four DVD beginner course. It will get you playing guitar and getting results in the fastest and most efficient manner. This course has over eight hours of instructional materials on four DVDs. I will take you right from the start of your guitar journey all the while making it fun and easy. I make learning guitar infectious and through my proven methods you will want to pick up the guitar and practice and play more,…and more,…and MORE.
Learn to play in DADGAD, the popular guitar tuning that gives many Celtic and British Isles instrumentals their special beauty and power. Al Petteway shows you how to play exquisite arrangements using droning bass notes, slides, bends, trills and other guitar tricks to imitate the haunting sounds of harps and pipes.
This 3 DVD box set contains 9 x 12 Bar Blues arrangements for solo guitar (they sound great and complete with just one player). They start very simple and move into quite difficult and each one covers a new skill or technique for you to learn and then experiment with. The aim being eventually for you to be able to improvise using mixtures of all the techniques and skills you learned by playing the set pieces. All of the sheet music now comes as pdf files on the dvd for you to print or view on your computer screen. This was originally offered as 3 individual DVD's but we have now combined them into one box. You can however buy individual DVD's as downloads.
Learn the traditional country blues guitar styles that influenced generations of players. Rory Block, one of the most knowledgeable and talented exponents of the classic blues style, teaches the earthy, hard-driving playing of the Mississippi Delta. For intermediate-level players.
The guitar as a concert instrument in this album offers 12 classical tracks performed by guitarist William Gomez as a soloist, with Sergio and Eduardo Abreu. The repertoire includes traditional compositions of renowned authors such as Francisco Tarrega, Alexandre Tansman, Fernando Sor and Heitor Villa-Lobos, among which are recognized pieces like 'Alborada', 'Juegos prohibidos', 'Canzonetta' or 'Barcarola'.