Lick Library: Learn to Play Fleetwood Mac
Lick Library releases Learn to Play Fleetwood Mac, in a double DVD set with five Fleetwood Mac tracks covering the Lindsey Buckingham era explained by tutor Mike Casswell.
Fleetwood Mac, in their various forms have released fifteen studio albums, ten compilation albums, had several Top 10 hits, and played in several world tours. This new DVD is designed to help you learn Lindsey Buckingham’s playing style.
Learn to Play Fleetwood Mac features Big Love from the 1987 album Tango in the Night. The next four tracks are taken from the album Rumors: Don’t Stop, The Chain, Next is Go Your Own Way, and Never Going Back Again.
Mike takes you through each track, dividing each up into portions. He plays the tracks through at three different temps, slow, medium and up to tempo so as you practice you can progressively get faster and faster. The screen is spilt into two frames, so you can see and copy what both of Mike’s hands are doing whilst he is playing the guitar.
To find out more about Learn To Play Fleetwood Mac, visit www.licklibrary.com.
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