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Adrian Legg | How to Become a More Creative Guitarist (taught by Adrian Legg)

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How to Become a More Creative Guitarist (taught by Adrian Legg)

by Adrian Legg

70 Minutes - Tab booklet enclosed How to Become a More Creative Guitarist - An Insider's Tips for Fingerstyle Players. The techniques Adrian shows you on this DVD will change the way you approach guitar playing.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Silent Night
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2. Born Again Idle
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3. Hymn for Jaco
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4. Norah Handley's Waltz
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5. After the Gig
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6. Pieta
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The guitar is your chosen instrument. It's up to you to use it to it's fullest potential. No one does this better that Adrian Legg, the British guitar guru who pioneered the use of creative devises to bring new sounds, rich textures and gorgeous instrumentals into his repertoire.

The techniques Adrian shows you on this DVD will change the way you approach guitar playing. You'll learn how you can generate startling melodic effects with optional Keith style banjo tuners; imitate the sound of the pedal steel guitar; use double string bends and harmonized scales; frail the guitar banjo style; and use "half capos" that are cut down so that they only cover three or four strings, leaving open, ringing bass and treble notes.

Adrian passes on these and other trademark innovations through his in-depth exploration of nine original instrumentals.

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