Guitar Reviews by Paul Stelzmann

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  1. The Online Guitar College ·
    There are mostly links to be found here and only 3 good blues lessons that I have discovered on the site so far. Graphics are not the best but the points still get across to the user.
    Instruction: On-Line · Posted: 6/23/2000 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  2. Rock Guitar Fundamentals by Jim Gleason ·
    There is a lot of information contained in this manual. It is my primary guide for instruction. It contains over 200 lessons in the following sections: Theory, Technique, Fingering, Rhythm, Sound. CD's are included as well as a lesson plan. This...(more)
    Books/Tab: Theory/Fundamentals · Posted: 6/14/2001 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  3. Rock Guitar Fundamentals, Book II by Jim Gleason ·
    Jim Gleasons Rock Performance Method instructional manuals are trully some of the most comprehensive guitar educational materials I have seen. Book two continues in the same format as Book I, with tapes or cd's, and some redundancy in the way of...(more)
    Books/Tab: Theory/Fundamentals · Posted: 10/23/2000 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  4. EMP Live Website ·
    Very useful and effective presentation of lessons online. The streaming video shows the hand movements and fingerings. There is tablature and highlighted fretboard to accompany the pieces in the lessons. June 25, 2003 Website not kept current a...(more)
    Instruction: On-Line · Posted: 6/25/2003 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  5. Acoustic Blues Guitar by Keith Wyatt ·
    This is a well-produced instructional video for an advanced beginner. Keith Wyatt is an excellent instructor. I believe he was and still is at GTI. This video will give you a good fundamental understanding of and tools for executing the 12-bar b...(more)
    Videos: Instructional · Posted: 6/14/2001 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  6. Caged System - WholeNote Lesson ·
    This is an essential lesson for gaining an understanding of the 5 graphical patterns that repeat on the fretboard for the major chord structures.
    Instruction: On-Line · Posted: 6/14/2001 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  7. Blues You Can Use by John Ganapes ·
    This is an instructional book that I feel has brought me a big step up in my playing ability. If you want to learn the blues, I recommend this book. Each chapter is divided into 3 sections: Scales, Chords and Progressions, and a Study. Each Scal...(more)
    Books/Tab: Blues · Posted: 10/30/2001 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  8. Essential Rhythm Guitar by Steve Trovato ·
    This is a decent instructional book to have and use. It does not go into any great depth of theory, and that's ok. Its purpose is to cover the most popular styles of rhythm guitar for seven genres of music; it certainly accomplishes that. Each c...(more)
    Books/Tab: Theory/Fundamentals · Posted: 11/13/2001 by Paul Stelzmann (340)
  9. Zap Guitar ·
    I personally have not tried zap guitar yet, so in all fairness I cannot rate it. But this review window forces me to give it a rating for it to be posted. The 3 star rating is meaningless.
    Instruction: On-Line · Posted: 7/15/2005 by Paul Stelzmann (340)