Andy Aledort: The Guitar World Interview

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troytison

I've learned more about the guitar from Andy Aledort and his dvd's,he is the best teacher on the planet.

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arsenio

Where can I find the DVD with book. I would like to send copies as gifts.

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donwilsonphotography

Where can I find Play Lead Guitar the ultimate dvd guide with instructor Andy Aledort...I have the DVD..I lost my booklet!...I live in San Mateo,California...

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Deon Takitimu

hi Andy, just felt compelled to convey my appreciation and respect for the incredible Axis dvd, you sure do have some skills my man.I am merely but a 'noodler' of 17 years playing and am inspired by a wide range of players.Little Wing is my favourite track of all time and from a playing perspective it's been bugging me for ages and i just want to say thanks for unlocking some of Jimi's melodic magic for me, very well presented too, i look forward to future installmnents and pray they get released here.cheers mate. Deon Takitimu,Invercargill,New Zealand[home of 'The World's Fastest Indian]

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sixstring2003

Whats up with the video player? I have not been able to get it to work.
Great work on the monthly lessons on the cds though. I truly enjoy them. Thanks Andy.

More Tone, Les Paul
Now shut up and play yer guitar!
Matt

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Roxy

Hi Andy,
Thanks again for an awesome Hendrix "How To" DVD. I bought the Pak last night and can't wait to spend some time with it. I've been collecting the GW DVD lessons that you've been releasing and this maybe my favorite issue. I'm a teacher, and have used portions of the beginner materials in the other sets to supplement my lessons. I only wish that with the Hendrix DVDs, the material was recorded at concert pitch, but understand why it's not. I keep all of my guitars setup at standard and use practice machines/software to bump up the pitch. Can't wait to practice. Thanks!

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Roxy

Hi! Andy. Thank you for many years of great interviews and transcriptions. I've been a long time subscriber and own many of your instructional products. I was at the Rock Hall Hendrix gig and that concert experience (pun intended) has remained with me the last several years as one of my all-time favorite shows. I've told several people about it over the years and how I was blown away by your performance. I have your "Hendrix Experience" DVD and look forward to getting the "Axis" DVD in a few weeks. Keep up the great work. It's inspiring.

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Andy Aledort

That Rock Hall gig from 2000 was one of my favorites too. We had a great band---it was Double Trouble, Tommy Shannon and Chris Layton, with Malford Milligan of Storyville on vocals--and Jimi's father Al was there. It was a great feeeling to be playing Jimi's music onstage with him standing right there. PLus it was the first time I ever played with Billy Cox and Mitch Mitchell---a very memorable day.

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basscrue

Awesome interview. I own your GW DVDS and I have learned much from you. Thank you for taking the time to share with us all.

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Andy Aledort

Glad you are diggin' the instructional DVDs---we are real happy with the newest one, "How to play the songs of Jimi Hendrix's Axis: Bold as Love" and we think everyone will really like it. Plus there's a bunch more in the works....

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6stringslinger

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Hi, Andy how are you doing? Wow, did you jam with SRV and all the artists that touched your guitar?

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Andy Aledort

I jammed with Stevie the first time we met, for about 10 minutes, before we did the interview. When I put down my guitar he said, "Oh, I thought we were just gonna have fun!" Stevie was one fo the coolest people you could ever meet. I didn't really get to jam with B.B.; we passed the guitar back and forth. But that's something I would love, for sure. I've played on stage with Buddy Guy many times; he's also the greatest guy ever. And I played a few times with Albert Collins, one of the greatest blues guitarists ever and the niceset, coolest person you could ever meet.

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Gambit

I really like the interview! Glad we got to see it. I love the transcribe part as well. Take care

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Brian Cross

Andy, the video on ear training was great (as were the other ones). Sometimes just getting back to basics is what a player needs. Keep up the awesome work man - I'm a big fan and you're quite an inspiration!

Brian

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Yourdudeness

You are good at interviews bro!
Nicely done

-The one and only-

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Andy Aledort

Thanks, yourdudeness--it was fun....I think there will be more posted from this interview in the future. But enough about me......

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