Bert Casey Intro to Electric Guitar DVD

ISBN 13: 9781893907140

Intro to Electric Guitar DVD

 
9781893907140: Intro to Electric Guitar DVD

Introduction to Electric Guitar DVD by Bert Casey is a 60 minute DVD that covers the beginning material in the Electric Guitar Primer Book. Intended for the beginning electric player, this video covers riffs, power chords, chords & strumming, and scales. It utilizes many closeups to show proper hand position and technique. Our unique split screens show both hands in detail and utilizes onscreen tablature for all of the music, with a bouncing ball type pointer showing each note as it is being played. The student plays along with a full band on all of the 12 song examples. This video starts the student on the road to becoming a rock & roll player by learning how to play electric guitar.

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