LICK LIBRARY Releases 'Learn To Play JIMI HENDRIX' DVDs

Lick Library, one of the world's biggest suppliers of guitar tuition DVDs, has just released a comprehensive series of Jimi Hendrix guitar tuition DVDs. These are essential for guitar players of all standards.

Widely considered as the greatest guitarist in the history of rock music, Jimi Hendrix was one of the most important and influential musicians of his era. The mere mention of his name will start many guitarists finger picking. His raw talent and creativity defined some of the most revolutionary music of the 20th Century, taking guitar playing to another level. For many though it was simply his ability to express raw emotion though music.

This new series of DVDs provides expert guitar tuition on some of Jimi Hendrix's most often requested tracks such as "Purple Haze", "All Along the Watchtower", and "Little Wing". With these DVDs you can put yourself in Jimi's shoes, learn how to play his songs, solo's, licks and riffs and see the techniques he used, then draw on the ideas and use them in your own songs!

"Learn to Play Jim Hendrix" is taught by Danny Gill, a former pupil of Joe Satriani. Volume 1 includes note-for-note guitar lessons to: "Purple Haze", "Little Wing", "Voodoo Child", "Hey Joe" and "The Wind Cries Mary". Volume 2 includes "All Along the Watchtower", "Foxey Lady", "Redhouse, Fire" and "Stone Free". You know you love these tunes; you have heard them countless times before, now you can learn to play them. Danny breaks them down into small sections, lets you learn at your own pace and shows you how to put the smaller pieces together. Simple!

"Jam with Jimi Hendrix" is also presented by Danny Gill. This DVD reveals loads of secrets including the "Hendrix Chord" which he used in so many songs. You can see how the songs are played, hear how they should sound and then try it yourself with the backing tracks. The seven tracks included, give away lots of the master's tricks and tips such as double stops, hammer-ons and those amazing Hendrix embellishments which make ordinary chords come to life. Also included is a CD of professionally recorded guitar jam tracks for each song allowing you to play along with a full session band. Tracks include "Purple Haze", "Little Wing", "All Along the Watchtower", "The Wind Cries Mary", "Crosstown Traffic", "Foxey Lady", "Hey Joe".

"Quick Licks Slow Blues in the style of Jim Hendrix" is again presented by Danny Gill. Then DVD takes a look at over 30 classic slow blues licks in the style of Jimi Hendrix. Each solo is demonstrated and explained by breaking it into "bite-sized," easy-to-follow segments. Danny also clearly describes essential key scales such as blues, major and minor pentatonic, and mixolydian as well as chord progressions and arpeggios. This DVD provides a goldmine of ideas and cool tricks that can be taken and used anywhere in your own music.

All these Jimi Hendrix products are available to purchase through www.licklibrary.com
along with over 20,000 other guitar tuition products.

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