Master Session: Bon Jovi

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Catalogue No: DV10186
Artist: Bon Jovi
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Note-for-note lessons on how to play four great Bon Jovi hits. Discover the lead guitar parts and master the solos of the awesome Richie Sambora in this classic masterclass. Split screen demonstrations with left and right-hand close-ups will guide you through hits that include Let It Rock and Livin' On A Prayer and soundalike performances let you hear exactly what it should all sound like! Get your fingers around these hard rock classics, fast.
ISBN: 9781844497850
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 08 February 2005
Length: 64
Language: English
Publisher: Omnibus Press
 
     
       
         

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          3
          Cannot write a review I bought this for my Grandson. When I asked if he liked it, he said it was OK. He has reached the age where communication is of the least number of words possible whilst not giving offence.
          Anonymous - (Barnsley, United Kingdom)
          4
          Each song is broken down into manageable chunks to learn so you can get straight into it. Easy to follow although not every note isn't described.
          Anonymous - (Bromsgrove, United Kingdom)
          5
          excellent purchase!
          Anonymous - (Stafford, United Kingdom)
          4
          I am quite pleased with this DVD. I really like the split-style approach they use to show both rhythm and lead guitar at the same time. They definitely sound very true to the original this way and it's easier to focus on which role you want to learn. The lead solos sounded quite accurate to the original recording almost all of the time, although there were some spots were it was definitely off. This is an area that can ruin the product, so I was pleasantly surprised to hear the accuracy and the rhythm was always spot on to the original recordings from what I could tell. On the negative side, they should have made the chapter breaks much more intelligent, as it's a real pain to go back and review sections that you're interested in hearing, especially for working on the solos. That's my only major complaint.
          Anonymous - (Atlanta, United States)

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