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Steve Krenz - Learn and Master Fingerstyle Guitar

Author: checkraiser Date: 2014-06-04 01:17:15


Steve Krenz - Learn and Master Fingerstyle Guitar | 11.72GB
10DVDs | Video: MPEG-4 Visual 856x480 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz stereo
Released: 2013 | Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English | Formats: mkvs, wavs, mp3s, flacs, pdfs

The most comprehensive Fingerstyle course available! From professional Nashville guitarist and Acoustic Guitar Magazine award-winning educator, Steve Krenz

Legacy Learning - Learn and Master Fingerstyle Guitar Pack (2013)

Author: FenixN Date: 2014-05-22 12:45:02


Legacy Learning - Learn and Master Fingerstyle Guitar Pack (2013)
DVDRips | MKV / AVC, ~1784 kb/s | 856x480 | Duration: ~10 hours | English: AAC, 48.0 KHz (2 ch) | + PDF Booklet | 11.7 GB
Genre: Guitar lessons

With this 10-disc set (9 DVDs and 1 CD), guitar master Steve Krenz shows you how to play beautifully and cleanly using his tried and true fingerstyle method. Each session is accompanied by both a beginner and an advanced workshop session. Best of all, you'll learn more than just technique. Steve teaches you how to arrange songs on your own for fingerstyle guitar. Imagine playing your favorites for family and friends, even if you've never heard them played fingerstyle before. You'll cover basic through advanced techniques in classical, jazz, Merle Travis style and more.

How To Play The Music of Stevie Wonder for Solo Fingerstyle Guitar [repost]

Author: FenixN Date: 2013-05-25 09:26:00


How To Play The Music of Stevie Wonder for Solo Fingerstyle Guitar
DVD5 | NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR | MPEG2 ~5374 kbps | English: LPCM, 1536 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 01:55:57 | + PDF Booklet | 4.46 GB
Genre: Guitar lessons

Take a 110 minute lesson with one of the top acoustic fingerstyle guitarists on the scene today. In his friendly and patient teaching style, Adam Rafferty shows you 4 of his favorite Steve Wonder fingerstyle arrangements slowly, note for note. He'll show YOU how to do his special 'pop, click, pick and slap' techniques which help make these solo arrangements some of the funkiest, most grooving versions of these songs available to guitarists today! Also covered are walking baselines, harp like chords, and how to make the guitar parts 'lock up' like a full band.

Buster Jones - Fingerstyle Guitar from the Ground Up (2001) - Vol 1 [Repost]

Author: metalero87 Date: 2014-03-14 01:35:49


Buster Jones - Fingerstyle Guitar from the Ground Up (2001) - Vol 1 - DVDRip + PDF
AVI/XVID MPEG-4, 1039.8 kbps | 640x480, 30 fps | MP3, 48 kHz, 128 kbps | English | 1:16:58 | 695 Mb

So you’re interested in learning how to play fingerstyle guitar. In this lesson Buster B. Jones will take you from the very basics and start you on the road to fingerpicking. Buster’s no nonsense and clear instruction will have you picking melodies in no time. You’ll find phrase by phrase instruction for all the exercises and songs. Split-screen techniques are featured so that you can study and clearly see what each hand is playing.

Buster Jones - Fingerstyle Guitar from the Ground Up (2001) - Vol 2 [Repost]

Author: metalero87 Date: 2014-03-14 21:47:00


Buster Jones - Fingerstyle Guitar from the Ground Up (2001) - Vol 2 - DVDRip + PDF
AVI/XVID MPEG-4, 994.7 kbps | 640x480, 30 fps | MP3, 48 kHz, 160 kbps | English | 1:03:55 | 500 Mb

Mel Bay's Getting into Fingerstyle Guitar

Author: Kruzzz Date: 2010-10-23 06:21:41


Jonathan Adams - Mel Bay's Getting into Fingerstyle Guitar
Mel Bay Publications | English | 2002 | ISBN-10: 0786662034 | 96 pages | PDF/MP3 | 41 MB

Medieval & Renaissance Music - For Fingerstyle Guitar taught by John Renbourn

Author: ParRus Date: 2011-02-22 04:29:53


Medieval & Renaissance Music - For Fingerstyle Guitar
taught by John Renbourn
DVD5 | English | DVD Video +(.pdf) Booklet | 720x480 | MPEG2 ~6078 kbps | 29.97 fps
AC3 192 kbps, 48kHz, 2 ch | 01:35:00 | 4.21 GB
Country: England | Genre: eLearning / Playing the guitar (2007)

For some time now, I have periodically made transcriptions of early pieces mainly for my own enjoyment. My interest in early music runs parallel to my interest in Western folk music. It was, and still is, intriguing to consider the characteristics that are common to both. I discovered that even whole pieces, thought to exist in manuscript only, occasionally cropped up remarkably intact in current folk playing, and instruments long assumed silent were found to be still sounding in remote areas of Europe. I began by taking a medieval dance tune and treating it as I would a jig or reel, or drawing on contrapuntal practice in making arrangements of folk songs.

Mel Bay's Complete Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar Book

Author: Kruzzz Date: 2010-11-06 21:44:21


Mel Bay's Complete Celtic Fingerstyle Guitar Book
Mel Bay Publications | English | 2000 | ISBN-10: 0786634332 | 244 pages | PDF/MP3 | 225 MB

Classical and Fingerstyle Guitar Techniques

Author: Kontrabass_67 Date: 2010-06-22 02:49:17


David Oakes - Classical and Fingerstyle Guitar Techniques
Musicians Institute Press | English | 2000 | ISBN-10: 0793580455 | 64 pages | PDF | 24 MB

This Master Class with MI instructor David Oakes is aimed at any electric or acoustic guitarist who wants a quick, thorough grounding in the essentials of classical and fingerstyle technique. Topics covered include: arpeggios and scales, free stroke and rest stroke, P-i scale technique, three-to-a-string patterns, natural and artificial harmonics, tremolo and rasgueado, and more. The book includes 12 intensive lessons for right and left hand in standard notation and tab.

The Music of Louis Armstrong Arranged for Fingerstyle Guitar

Author: FenixN Date: 2014-06-22 08:11:56


The Music of Louis Armstrong Arranged for Fingerstyle Guitar
DVDRip | AVI / XviD, ~339 kb/s | 624x464 | Duration: 02:43:28 | English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | + PDF Booklet | 1.55 GB
Genre: Guitar lessons

This DVD lesson could be titled The Music of Louis Armstrong for Fingerpicking Guitar or Gary Davis Meets Louis Armstrong. Born in 1896, the brilliant Piedmont guitarist Gary Davis came of age in the teens and the twenties. He was in his prime during the Jazz Age and his playing shows it. His guitar style and techniques came out of the twenties. It enabled him to play like a band. His thumb playing the rhythmic sections of the band while his index finger soloed over this. Rev. Davis only used his thumb and index fingers to pick. When asked why he replied with a smile: “That’s all I need!” In Rev. Davis’s playing you can hear the drive of Louis Armstrong as well as Louis’s bugle call riffs.
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