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Rock Discipline (Anglais) Partition – 30 novembre 2000


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This powerful and all-encompassing book & CD package is an epic vision on the art of modern rock guitar. John Petrucci offers detailed lessons on speed and accuracy, chromatic exercises, playing with dynamics, connecting scale fragments to form long solo lines and much, much more. One of the most complete courses on rock guitar.


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the BIBLE of guitar books 4 septembre 2004
Par guitarcrusher2000 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Partition
A couple of years ago I was a guitar shredder, I could play fast, tap and whatever else and I got bragged on and admired so much I decided I didnt need to practice any more...BIG MISTAKE!! after about a year of hardly practicing any technicality (I was still writing and playing but it was all grunge type music)my hands were weak, I couldnt remember how to do the things I used to do and well...I sucked! so I got this book about 6 months ago and now Im shredding better then ever. THIS IS THE BOOK TO GET!!!! you will be playing 13 notes a second in no time! The technical side of music is not the most important( songwritng is) but your song writing can be much more creative when you learn to do more then just play power chords. This book teaches you how to be accurate, clean, and faster then the speed of light. GET THIS, AND PRACTICE,PRACTICE,PRACTICE!!!!!!!!!!
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Goobunny review of petrucci's rock discipline book + cd 13 février 2003
Par "goobunny" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Partition
If you are serious about investing your life time in developing discipline, efficiency and mastering the guitar (or any 6-string instrument for that matter), this is IT. It's nice to get the video as well, but not a must. What IS a must, however, is DISCIPLINE. You have to become this book, you can't be lazy about the material, if you want to get the most out of it. It's a do-or-don't situation. It pays of beyond words. That's really all i can say.. :) GET IT GET IT GET IT GET IT but do not expect it to do everything for you, it is all up to you. And it's FUN!!Provided you are able to think clearly, to concentrate, to practice in 15-minute segments, to practice with a metronome.. you really need to do all those things, like i said, do or don't. It covers everything you need to know as an aspiring advanced player. One important thing that's not covered in the book, yet covered in the video (for those of you wanting to get only the book) - stretching bodyparts other than the fingers but heavily involved in playing the guitar, and proper posture while practicing (and at any time, obviously). So my advice is, YOU NEED THIS BOOK!! But it will only work if you bite through the hard bit at the beginning, if you're WILLING to master discipline and clarity of thought for yourself. It's all about this willingness. The rest follows automatically. The cd it great too, it's basically the audio from the video that you need. Some parts from the video are removed (like when you can hear john burp and fart and snore away) so.. BUY IT!! NOW!! :)
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Great Book for Advanced/Serious Players 13 mai 2003
Par "nyingelay" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Partition
This instructional media is an awesome one. Starting with physical excercises that would make you comfortable while playing for hours, and it even touches on several church modes. Even if you're just looking for playing backing, vamps, rhythms, and etc, this media will teach you about chord formations and theories which will add your piece of art more colors. However, I wouldn't recommend it for NOT serious players, because one would need ample amount of time/effort to accomplish Petrucci's lessons. Otherwise, a fabulous book every guitarists must have.
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Lots of great speed drills 4 janvier 2005
Par James Bender - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Partition
The lessons are OK. Some of them are pretty elementary, some of them only scratch the surface. The organization of the lessons could use a little work: there is no clear indication as to what "area" each exercise should go into. However, if you just used the examples in the book as speed drills, it would be well worth the money for that! There are many examples and the are varied enough to provide a well rounded repository of technique exercises.
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Petrucci is a master of his art 28 juillet 2013
Par J. Swift - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Partition Achat vérifié
OK. I studied classical guitar for years, but started out trying my hand at playing electric guitar. At this stage of my life, I want to crank up some volume, blast some power chords, and play some metal. This group of warm up exercises and other exercises to improve coordination between both hands are humbling. Some may pick up on the patterns and crank up the metronome to fast speeds and progress quickly. Others may have to stay at low speeds to maintain accuracy, but no matter whether a guitarist can play these riffs at Petrucci speeds or at much slower speeds, they will help with accuracy in fingering, picking, as well as helping with hand flexibility.
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