Hal Leonard Fretboard Roadmaps (DVD)

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No matter what style of guitar you play, you will love this DVD! This DVD helps viewers think like musicians. Using familiar tunes, Fred Sokolow teaches the movable fretboard patterns all the pros use. Guitarists will learn how to solo and play back-up in all keys, all over the fretboard · play movable chords and chord progressions · play chord-based licks and arpeggios · jam or play melodies with the blues box and with pentatonic and major scales · and much more. The accompanying booklet comes complete with easy-to-follow notation and diagrams which correspond exactly to the DVD.

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Fretboard Roadmaps audio goes screwy

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Pros

  • Informative

Cons

  • Poor Pick Up
  • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

Best Uses

  • Beginners
  • Jamming

Comments about Hal Leonard Fretboard Roadmaps (DVD):

I have not actually played anything from the dvd or applied the techniques yet. It does seem as if it could be very practical application of movable chords and scales. The guy Fred Sokolow who is in the dvd haves a very country type style, but seems as if he knows what he is talking about. The biggest dissapointment so far has been that after the Rock Riff in A section the audio of Fred talking is almost non-existent and in Blues section and everything after it, sometimes you cant even hear him playing guitar.

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