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Paul DragulinAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5great materialMay 22, 2013Paul DragulinAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Great material. The DVD video quality is very good. Paul is a great teacher. The (online) companion book with the DVD is very good and shows all of the chords he uses in the DVD. He shows you things in the key of E I had to comb over several other instructional videos on the internet in order to find. He has lots about it. He has useful tips in the key of A I have not found anywhere else.The walk-downs are great. Just what I needed. If you're a beginner this may be over the top for you but I think even a beginner can learn a lot from this video and the companion book and patience. Make sure you know Nashville number system though. There is a DVD of Paul Baloche's music theory made easy that will help a TON with that. Awesome resource.
Chuck Fugee5 Stars Out Of 5January 8, 2010Chuck FugeeEven after many years of playing, there is so much more to learn. This DVD allows me to learn in the music style which I love dearly and Paul is a wonderful teacher.
Christopher Blood5 Stars Out Of 5September 25, 2009Christopher BloodWhile I am an experienced musician, I'm fairly new to guitar. So far I'm enjoying learning from this DVD. Plenty of material to keep me busy for awhile. Not for beginners but good for intermediate players.
Ott Sathngam5 Stars Out Of 5December 17, 2008Ott SathngamAgain Paul is best worship leader and songwriter that I ever know. The DVD is the best teaching material and clear indeed. I am recommanding to every one that has a heart of worship our Lord Jesus in guitar.
Jeff Dyck4 Stars Out Of 5December 13, 2007Jeff DyckGreat product, good quality video and easy to follow. Does assume some guitar knowledge, so probably not for complete beginners. But if you're a guitarist who finds yourself suddenly playing for worship and wanting to learn more and improve the things you do there are some excellent nuggets here. Great presentation of a nice open set of chords for the key of E, then gives a bunch of alternative chords you can use for C, G, A, etc. Great section on chord progressions with bass walk downs that can greatly spice up slower worship songs like Refiner's Fire or As the Deer, then moving into triads up the neck. All in all a great resource for anyone leading worship guitar.