Sale: Get Three '20 Essential Licks' DVDs for the Price of One
Get three DVDs for the price of one ($14.99)! This special three-pack sale includes the following DVDs:
20 Essential Rhythm Guitar Styles
Master the art of playing rhythm guitar with this complete tutorial. You'll learn all the techniques used by guitarists in rock, country, metal, blues, folk, reggae and many other styles of music. Through 20 lessons that build upon each other, this lick pack will teach you how to play basic barre chords, open-chord embellishments, "pumping" power chords, chord arpeggiation, eight- and 16-note syncopations, rhythmically driving "boom-chick" strumming patterns, the all-purpose passing chord and much more.
20 Essential Bluegrass Licks
Learn to play in the styles of Doc Watson, Tony Rice, Clarence White, Lester Flatt, and more of your favorite bluegrass guitarists! Master the basics of bluegrass, plus learn the standard tune “Whiskey Before Breakfast.” This lick pack will teach you standard strum accompaniment patterns in the keys of C and G, alternating bass lines, walk-ups, hammer-on and pull-off embellishments, flatpicking melodies, banjo-style forward and backward rolls, “old-timey” and traditional Irish fiddle-style licks with unison notes and “floaters” and much more!
20 Essential Acoustic Rock Licks
Master the ins and outs of acoustic rock guitar and learn the techniques of players like Pete Townshend, Jimmy Page, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and others. This lick pack will teach you how to play versatile rhythm patterns, arpeggiated open chords, open suspended chords, hammers and pulls, and much more. Plus, you'll learn the basics of playing in the styles of rockabilly, early rock and roll, the Beatles, Delta blues and more.
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