Guitar Reviews by Dagan Harrington

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  1. Rock Around the Classics by Dave Celentano ·
    I wanted to get a little more classical than Yngwie, so I found this. Dave Celentano has many other books...I just might reccommend. The song in this book "Bach's Toccata and Fugue" happens to be my favorite right now. Song list at the site w...(more)
    Books/Tab: Metal · Posted: 11/7/1999 by Dagan Harrington (705)
  2. Blues by Jimi Hendrix ·
    This is my favorite CD at the moment. Buy it whether you like hendrix or not. 2 versions of "Hear my train a-comin'" acoustic and electric born under a bad sign instrumental. Such a perfect cd. Even a new version of redhouse.
    Recordings: Blues · Posted: 11/7/1999 by Dagan Harrington (705)
  3. ZOOM 505 Multi-Effects Pedal ·
    Not a bad little box. Very cheap...which was what attracted me to it in the first place. I'd recommend it to someone who is new to effects or wants them all jumbled into a box. When you grow up as a guitarist, you'll use less and less and no ...(more)
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 11/11/1999 by Dagan Harrington (705)
  4. Dunlop Crybaby 535Q ·
    This is a VERY nice pedal. I always thought wah pedals were a little to cliche. Of course, I was right. But they're still fun if you don't overuse them. Good wah. I'm getting tired of saying "wah".
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 11/11/1999 by Dagan Harrington (705)
  5. Jim Hall & Pat Metheny by Jim Hall & Pat Metheny ·
    This is the cd that got me into jazz. The improv songs were very inventive and the arrangments of the songs were great. Some of the melodies stayed in my head for weeks. I never liked "jazz" if I can categorize it because it was either loud o...(more)
    Recordings: Jazz · Posted: 1/4/2000 by Dagan Harrington (705)
  6. Farmhouse by Phish ·
    The album is something a little different than average phish, but not much. I'll always prefer their live sound over their clean cut studio albums. Trey does some great playing on these songs, but nothing spectacular. The focus for this band ...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 7/8/2000 by Dagan Harrington (705)
  7. Herb Ellis Jazz Guitar Method: All the Shapes You Are by Herb Ellis ·
    The book takes "All the things you are" and re-plots the chords, but the same harmony is ultimately achieved. The progression is explained shortly, with notes on how to vary tempo, and side slipping. The rest of the pages are specific, tabbed-o...(more)
    Books/Tab: Jazz · Posted: 3/30/2001 by Dagan Harrington (705)
  8. Are You Experienced? by Jimi Hendrix ·
    Great album... Kinda usefull book... Gets really specific: "Tounge Click here" Muted something. But it helped me out.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 3/30/2001 by Dagan Harrington (705)