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Hal Leonard Corporation presents the three latest volumes in its cutting-edge Guitar Play-Along DVD series. Classic Metal, Lennon & McCartney and The Doors will all be available at Summer NAMM. Guitar Play-Along DVDs feature multiple camera angles, on-screen tab, and performance tips so guitarists can see and hear how to play their favorite songs, to learn them more easily than ever before. Each volume teaches eight complete songs representing the best of the band or genre. Each song on the DVD starts with a lesson from a professional guitar teacher. Then, the teacher performs the complete song along with professionally recorded backing tracks. Viewers can decide to turn the guitar off if they want to play along, or leave the guitar in the mix to hear how the part should sound. They can choose from three viewing options — fret hand with tab, wide view with tab, pick & fret hands close-up — and use their DVD remote to easily change options at anytime. Guitarists can also pause or watch the video in slow motion to help them learn. Vol. 8 — Classic Metal (00320525 / $14.99) teaches heavy anthems such as: Breaking the Chains (Dokken); Empire (Queensryche); Iron Man (Black Sabbath); Lights Out (P.O.D.); Rock You like a Hurricane (Scorpions); School's Out (Alice Cooper); Symphony of Destruction (Megadeth); You've Got Another Thing Comin' (Judas Priest). Vol. 12 — Lennon & McCartney (00320874 / $16.99) takes guitarists step-by-step through eight hits from this legendary songwriting duo: Back in the U.S.S.R.; Blackbird; Day Tripper; Get Back; A Hard Day's Night; I Feel Fine; Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown); Ticket to Ride. Doors fans will devour Vol. 13 — The Doors (00320601 / $14.99), which features: Break On Through to the Other Side; Hello, I Love You (Won't You Tell Me Your Name?); L.A. Woman; Light My Fire; Love Me Two Times; People Are Strange; Riders on the Storm; Roadhouse Blues. Jeff Schroedl, Hal Leonard VP of pop & standard publications, comments, "Other videos and DVDs have taught songs, but never before has the user experience been as interactive and satisfying. Guitar Play-Along DVDs expound upon the concept of our bestselling Guitar Play-Along book/CD series, which now numbers more than 100 volumes."The average run-time for Hal Leonard Guitar Play-Along DVDs is an hour and 20 minutes, and complete descriptions for all volumes are online.
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