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Hey i have been trying to get more lesson dvds I have

Marty Friedman

Melodic control
Guitar day one

And

Paul Gilberts terrifying trip.

I was trying to see if anyone else had recommendations of good videos like these so i can have more of an idea next time i go to buy a few. Any videos from guys like this please tell me if you know of any really good ones.
#2
Eric Johnson has an awesome Dvd on how to develop a good timbre on ur guitar, and note control.

Most other Dvd's just show you how to play licks from those artist, without really explaining why it works, and how you can derive ur own ideas from it.

Melodic control as you mentioned is a very nice dvd too.

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Michael Angelo Batio - Speed Kills, its ver good for developing speed and technique if you keep at it
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Rock discipline is pretty awesome, judging from your previous DVDs i think youd like that
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Shawn Lanes Power Licks

you can only get the DVD or vhs from "www.ShawnLane.com"
saddly their ordering system as been out of order for a while no word yet when they will get it working ,you can try anyway it wont hurt

i cant believe im going to say this but.......if you must..... find away to download it
i found mine in a Pawn Shop by luck and i dont even think its the real thing(has to be Bootleg)

uhm i felt that Jason Beckers DVD was really helpful
he talks about mainly licks but not copy him more about you can take these ideas and make up your own but the dvd is mostly him doing clinics

but i would say the best ive seen is Marty Friedman's Melodic control
and seems that you have that

i was never really big on the whole watching some one explain licks and play them note for note,i would always just mimic what they did and kinda put my own stuff to it

Martys 99 secrets to lead phrasing is a good one but seriously i think what he talks about playing is the only real secret about the video all the examples he dose are pretty much useless to learn note for note the whole point was to get an idea from him and pretty much make up your own


those are the only 3 i can think of that actually made an impact on me
all the other ones i saw(didn't even finish watching) were pretty much licks and guitar wanking more guitar porn just fast stuff hardly any real tips just
"heres it slow....and heres it fast...NEXT lick!"-Repeat
#6
Mark Tremonti just came out with an instructional dvd. he has exercises on there and teaches 8 of his solos from Alter Bridge's CD Blackbird. he also has guest lessons by Myles Kennedy, Michael Angelo Batio, Troy Stetina, Rusty Cooley, and Bill Peck. it's not a wide release. it's only available on www.fret12.com if it's something that interests you.
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Rock Discipline by John Petrucci, and Intense Rock I and II by Paul Gilbert.
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#8
Scott Henderson has 2 really good ones; Jazz/Fusion Improvisation and Melodic Phrasing.
Larry Carlton used to have a couple out on the Star Licks label. Both of those are good.
With the exception of John Petrucci, Marty Friedman, and Paul Gilbert, most of the rock players aren't very good teachers. If you just want to maybe cop a few licks, the Yngwie, George Lynch, Richie Kotzen, and Reb Beach videos are good for that. But you're not really going to learn much.
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Scott Henderson has 2 really good ones; Jazz/Fusion Improvisation and Melodic Phrasing.
Larry Carlton used to have a couple out on the Star Licks label. Both of those are good.
With the exception of John Petrucci, Marty Friedman, and Paul Gilbert, most of the rock players aren't very good teachers. If you just want to maybe cop a few licks, the Yngwie, George Lynch, Richie Kotzen, and Reb Beach videos are good for that. But you're not really going to learn much.


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Indeed check the Scott Henderson Dvd. it's quite awesome if ur into fusion or blues music, or want to understand phrasing better.

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Scott Henderson has 2 really good ones; Jazz/Fusion Improvisation and Melodic Phrasing.
Larry Carlton used to have a couple out on the Star Licks label. Both of those are good.
With the exception of John Petrucci, Marty Friedman, and Paul Gilbert, most of the rock players aren't very good teachers. If you just want to maybe cop a few licks, the Yngwie, George Lynch, Richie Kotzen, and Reb Beach videos are good for that. But you're not really going to learn much.



aahh theres 2 i totally forgot

Scott Henderson does a great job teaching

and Richie Kotzen's HighTech Guitar is really good alot better then his REH video which was just fretboard porn.


in Hightech he talks about how scales are formed on the neck and influences and just alot of advice and examples of how to approach things- i wanna say more groovy then melodic? but yeah that video is alot better then his REH one

i think you can fight all of HighTech on youtube same with Henderson
#11
I have a few instructional DVDs done by Curt Mitchell. They are decent, but I prefer to learn from the music by itself. I think if you can have access to a computer and the internet near your guitar playing area, YouTube is all you need.