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Advanced & Intermediate Guitar Method . The only application to learn all the crazy guitar techniques in VIDEO HD. - Legato/Tapping/Two hands Tapping/Polyrythmic Tapping /Chicken |picking/Alternate picking/Sweeping/Arpeggios/Tril/Natural Harmonics/Artificial Harmonics/Chromatisms/String jumping/Combinated techniques... - Artist style-lick studied : Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Ron Thal (Bumblefoot), Mattias Eklundh, Alan Holdsworth, Van Halen, Yngwie Malmsteen, Paul Gilbert, Eric Johnson, Joe Bonamassa, Albert Lee, Shawn Lane, Alexi Lahio, Jason Becker, Zakk Wylde, Christophe Godin, Patrick Rondat. - Unreleased content - Musical theory & rich tablatures. - 72 Videos HD (150mo): High image and sound quality. Slow down, Zoom. - 64 Lessons : progressive, easy, clear and commented by your teacher. - 64 rich tabs & musical theory in full screen : Techniques are highlighted on the score for a maximum comprehension - Amazing sound of the famous guitar Ibanez JS1200 & Marshall JVM - High-speed progression and results. Become a creative player. - Download all videos in 5min (Wifi) or one after the other. - Only 9 lessons in the LITE version - Your teacher: Franck Graziano: professional guitarist, graduate teacher of State. - References : the French Guitar magazine "Guitar Part" (work), the famous software "Guitar Pro" (work & sponsored), the famous French guitarists "Christophe Godin" and "Patrick Rondat" (songbooks). Franck Graziano

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Published by

Webrox

Developed by

Webrox

Release date

3/17/2013

Approximate size

5.02 MB

Age rating

For all ages

Category

Music

Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

Deutsch (Deutschland)
English (United States)
Español (España, Alfabetización Internacional)
Français (France)
Español (México)




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