Learn To Play The Songs From Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced DVD

DVDs / Videos | Guitar

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Artist: Jimi Hendrix
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
DVD edition of this fantastic guitar tutor DVD, which teaches you how to play the important guitar parts to every song from 'Are You Experienced?'. Designed to help you learn the riff and solo properly, with backing tracks so that you can play along, and footage of Jimi in action.
Published on: 19 November 2001
Length: 120
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00320274
 
     
       
         

          Musicroom Reviews

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          1
          Don´t buy - Get the one from licklibrary instead ;o) Well....first, the guy who shows you how to, is playing very stiff and tense. It´s 112% uninspiring. Because he is playing in a weird way, it´s very difficult to what he´s doing...... So....check out liclibrary´s DVD instead, cause Danny Gill is a very cool and inspiring ;o))))))
          Anonymous - (Frederiksberg, Denmark)
          1
          Don´t buy - Get the one from licklibrary instead ;o) Well....first, the guy who shows you how to, is playing very stiff and tense. It´s 112% uninspiring. Because he is playing in a weird way, it´s very difficult to what he´s doing...... So....check out liclibrary´s DVD instead, cause Danny Gill is a very cool and inspiring ;o))))))
          Anonymous - (Frederiksberg, Denmark)
          4
          VERY well done instructional video. Andy Aledort (the master of the Hendrix transcription and editor at Guitar World) plays the parts in standard speed and at half-speed. It's amazingly useful to see the parts played with the camera so close to the fretboard. There are NO transcriptions. You'll have to figure the songs out on your own, by watching or by purchasing the tablature book. There are scenes of Jimi playing live in the intro to each song's chapter. However, they are brief and intended add to the atmosphere, not to entertain. I've learned a LOT from this and I highly recommend it. Hopefully, the series will continue to his other albums! (I gave it 4 stars due to the lack of tablature or 'tone tips')
          Scott Stewart - (Dallas TX)
          2
          Some rather phoney guy , one of Jimi's 'friends' , talks us through the riffs and solos. Meanwhile another dude works the guitar beside him . Makes for a very stilted and rather stale presentation ... hardly inspiring . Good video quality . Doesn't set out to teach how to play the blues . The songs are presented to learn as 'party pieces'.
          Chris James - (Belfast)