Monster Jam 2011 is all about authenticity, personality, and fun, with 30 officially licensed Monster Jam trucks, including fan-favorites Grave Digger, Maximum Destruction, and Grinder. Players can also create and customize their own trucks with thousands of options, unlocking new parts and upgrades as they progress through the game.
Learn how to play 50 tasty blues-rock licks inspired by Stevie Ray Vaughan.
You’ll play your way through Monster Nashville Guitar in a cognitive manner – no tedious notation, theory or exercises to bog you down. Ladd presents an extensive series of lessons based on his instrumental, “Outrun the Train” which earned him the Guitar Superstar competition’s top spot. “The tune is an ideal instructional tool because it features a ton of my favorite licks and covers a wide range of up-tempo ‘Tele-melee’ material in an ear-friendly way, utilizing a common key, tempo and theme for ease of reference.”
This comprehensive series gives you the knowledge of a seasoned professional while utilizing tools such as on-screen graphics, split screen viewing of right and left hand close ups with notation, color-coaxed strings, and 'follow the bouncing ball' style graphics. Go from zero to hero in no time! Volume 1 covers all the basics and then some. Major and minor scales, basic cords to power cords, how to read rhythmic notation and even strumming patterns. Learn how to find any note on the fretboard without the use of a chart. In no time, even beginners will be jamming 12 bar blues and playing licks.
This three-disc box contains a trio of entries from King Crimson's archival series. Housed within the Collectors' King Crimson, Vol. 3 (2000) are Live in San Francisco: The Roar of P4, The VROOOM Sessions, 1994, and Live at Summit Studios: Denver, 03/12/1972, respectively. After the fraKctilization of King Crimson's mid-'90s double-trio lineup, Robert Fripp (guitar) formed various "projeKcts" involving all six members; however, not necessarily at the same time. Live in San Francisco: The Roar of P4 features the fourth mini-Crim (aka ProjeKct Four) at the 7th Note Club in the city by the Bay…
Learn how to play 50 tasty blues-rock licks inspired by Stevie Ray Vaughan “That kid woke the blues back up.” - Buddy Guy 500 years from now, the blues will still be very much alive. As they are prone to do today, musicologists, critics and blues aficionados will still be crafting top-ten blues guitarist lists and debating who was the greatest of them all. Meanwhile, students of guitar just like us will be copping SRV licks because there will never be an artist who has had as much impact and influence on electric blues guitar as Stevie Ray Vaughn.