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Steve Vai vous révèle ses secrets pour développer la virtuosité et le vocabulaire à la guitare, avec deux séances d'entraînement de guitare stimulantes, l'une de 10 heures et l'autre de 30 heures. Depuis son apparition dans Guitar World en 1990, le régime de guitare intensif de Vai a été le Saint Graal pour tous les guitaristes avancés. Voici les leçons qui ont formé une génération de guitaristes. Vai s'est assis avec Dave Whitehill guitariste et transcripteur et a décrit ses routines de pratique pour la publication de Janvier 1990 de Guitar World. Jamais auparavant un guitariste n'avait donné une explication si approfondie de sa méthodologie d'exercices musicaux. Cette méthode est devenue un must pour les guitaristes, souvent cité comme ayant eu une influence sur le développement de la technique et du vocabulaire.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 There Is Gold in This Book! 13 septembre 2013
Par Paul V. Tauterouff - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am a huge Steve Vai fan, so I feel the need to grab everything he releases. I had read Steve's legendary 10-hour Guitar Workout and 30-hour Guitar Workouts when they were originally released (and re released) in Guitar World. When I saw that they were being released in a book I knew I had to have it in my guitar library. I would not recommend this book to beginning guitarists because some of the sections of the workout do not tell you specifically what to practice. So you may need to have a teacher to help you decide what exercises to do. For intermediate or advanced players who are used to structuring their own practice this book is a gold mine! My favorite parts are actually the mental aspects that Steve discusses near the end of the book. These are essential to becoming a true master of guitar. Like the Satriani Guitar Secrets book (I bought both at once), this is so reasonably priced that you should stop thinking about it and just buy it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Plethora of Ideas to Take You in Dozens of Directions 14 avril 2015
Par Brian D. Johnston - Publié sur
Format: Broché
There are many skilled and technical guitarists, but few have that organic flow... As though the guitar was an extension of his or her being. When speaking in those terms, Jimi Hendrix is the at the top of the list, but so is Steve Vai. If you've ever seen Vai live you will notice that even with fast passages he exudes emotion. Not only can be play like the blaze, but he makes it seem effortless and natural. Because of this, when Steve Vai talks, people listen; they want to know what the next pearl of wisdom will be that will cascade from his lips. So popular were the guitar "workouts" or practices Steve outlined in Guitar World in 1990, Hal Leonard thought it befitting to pull all those articles together into one manual called Steve Vai's "30-Hour Guitar Workout."

Where to start?! Vai may seem as one with the guitar, but he certainly paid the price (made the investment). While most kids were outside playing and causing trouble, little Stevie Vai was practicing upward of 10 hours per day. I won't list every idea found in the manual, and brief mention may make some seem trite, but there is a lot going on in just 38 pages. One idea is to discover unusual chord voicings by way of inversion (a chord is voiced so that any of its notes other than the root is the lowest/bass note), such as progressing from Gmaj7 to Gmaj7/B, then to Gmaj7/D and then Gmaj7/F# - then lay down some backing tracks in a genre you're not used to (e.g., jazz, country, blue grass) and then solo over it. Just that one exercise involves a lot of thought and challenge, which most guitarists don't do as they often remain within a comfortable zone.

Steve also works on emotional skills by trying to mimic a spoken word or phrase, trying to match rhythms of syllables and vowels within his playing. But he later breaks lose with finger exercises that begin slowly then intensifies as he incorporates linear and angular runs, hammer-ons and pull-offs, working alternate fingers, tapping, sweeping and integrating multiple picking methods. Other simple ideas become complex as Vai recommends working strumming techniques in the genres of straight rock, R&B, reggae, ska, blues shuffles, etc., and then learning to improvise chords by playing a conventional or familiar chord, then alternating one note at a time among different frets (while also using open strings, wide finger stretches, natural harmonics, notes fretted with the picking hand, etc.), and then creating your own unique chord library. Vai also recommends, among dozens of other ideas in the manual, how to practice and experiment with vibrato, bending notes, harmonics and whammy bar stunts, each of which can consume hours of experimentation. Consequently, it's important to realize that Vai's "30-Hour Guitar Workout" may involve all the ideas he has presented in the Guitar World articles, but it does not mean that he applied all the possibilities of all the ideas (rather, each block of time involved a focus on a particular discipline that could run off into any direction).

Steve Vai's "Guitar Workout" is destined to be one of those resources you pull from the shelves regularly. There are so many ideas and directions one can follow to hone playing speed and quality, as well as solidifying theoretical information that it's easy to forget all that's within the pages. As well each idea can be so expansive that you can invest far many more hours to its discipline than Vai suggests. In that regard, once pitfall to this manual may be that an idea is explained with an example, but not elaborated upon beyond that. For example, Vai recommends focusing on sensitivity for an hour, which involves vibrato, trills, etc. Although he provides an example, the real exercise must come from the player (you) in terms of what you want to play and how you will express your emotions in that passage. He also gives an example of sweep picking through various chords, but to work in other keys and other chord selections... Well, that's something you will need to figure out. Consequently, if you are a lazy player and don't want to invest the time into applying the ideas toward how vast those ideas can evolve, then you may be disappointed and will want to wait for someone to take the 38 pages of ideas and expand it into a 380-page book that expands all those ideas accordingly.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent guitar book 7 février 2014
Par B. Hall - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a great book that gives you a lot of exercises to practice. Be prepared to spend a lot of time doing these exercises if you want to get the benefits this book can provide.

The only thing that I think would be better is if there was a clearer explanation of how to plan out or schedule the 10 hour and 30 hour workouts. They are each labeled as such, but then the exercises and descriptions of how to do them are presented with no real idea of how to schedule your 10 or 30 hour workouts. Obviously you wouldn't do 30 hours straight, but since it is labeled as "30 hour" it would be nice to know if the 30 hours is intended to be done in as short a time as possible, or over the period of a few weeks.

Otherwise, the book and the exercises within are highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Workout 29 janvier 2014
Par Brian Varhelyi - Publié sur
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This books rocks. Great exercises for strengthening and dexterity. Decent approach for chords, arpeggios and scales as well as general ear training. Gives you enough guidelines to develop more on your own. Go for it, you'll be glad you did
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 it's Steve Vai, of course its great! 18 décembre 2013
Par ibanez7 - Publié sur
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if you want to be as good technically as steve vai, then simple practice like steve vai. Which is exactly what this book is. His practice regimen. This is only for the disciplined, who have the time and or can make the time.

great book!
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