Lick Library: Ultimate Guitar - Fretboard Navigator

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Author: Jamie Humphries
Series: Lick Library
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
In this DVD, Jamie Humphries will help you master essential basic concepts of the guitar fretboard.
  • Learn over 100 chords
  • Memorise the notes on the neck
  • Understand major chord scales, pentatonic and blues scales by simply remembering five shapes!
Also contains licks and runs that will help you to maximise your fingerboard knowledge.

Web Support
  • Download play-along tracks
  • Watch video lessons online
  • ISBN: 5060088821176
    Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
    Published on: 16 August 2006
    Language: English
    Catalogue No: RDR0116

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            8 out of 10


            Peterborough GB
            Good image quality,very well explained
            I didn't like the fact that there's no tabs for help on the dvd on the screen or even on the side
            Confirmed purchase: 11 April 2016
            Published on: 25 April 2016

            Musicroom Reviews

            The CAGED system is the key to understanding the guitar. Clearly explained, this video opened up the whole fretboard for me. Aimed at the rock player, but all will benefit. Very good.
            Anonymous - (Colchester, United Kingdom)
            This is the first Lick Library DVD I've bought with Jamie Humphries in it. Mainly based on a review on And its also the first "educational" one. i.e. not a Quick Licks or Learn to Play. I really do gel with his teaching style. The material isn't anything new at all, if you have read books like Fretboard Logic, Roadmaps, Caged Guitarist, Troy Stetina's Fretboard Mastery. BUT, going through the CAGED system works much better on DVD compared to a book. I think this is because the material itself is very dry, and its almost impossible to diligently go through a book on this subject alone, without getting distracted and noodling away. But with the DVD, it sort of keeps you going. I would suggest when going through it for the first time, making a note of things that will form an exercise that will take you a few minutes, and build these into your daily practice. Rather than just trying to play these tasks along with the DVD (which you will NOT keep up with Jamie if this new to you). If you either dabbled with the CAGED method of understanding chord/scale patterns etc, OR if you currently have no understanding at all of this area, I'd thoroughly recommend this DVD. It IS like going back to square one, but its not going to take you months to understand, and its the best format for this subject I have seen.
            Anonymous - (Leicester, United Kingdom)