These were the first Metal Method videos. Before these were recorded all of our lessons were on audio cassette. The first video of the group was Metal Licks which I believe was actually recorded in 1986.
This is the original version of The Complete Basic Course on DVD. It’s divided into six Levels and is available in this three DVD set. Each level includes a guitar tab booklet. This is perfect for electric guitar but also works with acoustic. It doesn’t just teach heavy metal. It’s also great for classic rock, hard rock and blues guitar.
The Hawk album was recorded in 1986 as a Doug Marks solo project. The recording was made after the original band had dissolved earlier that year.
Dan Mumm teaches more than just 8 finger tapping and other shred techniques. In this video he explains how to use scales and modes to create your own
Stage Five is the fifth guitar lesson in the 2007 revision of The Complete Basic Course. This program places an emphasis on improvisation. The lesson begins with
This program explains a practical way to apply music theory to rock guitar. Everything that is discussed here is taught in a way that enables even a beginner to fully
Many people think that the name of the song at the beginning of the 1991 version of Speed Kills is called Speed Kills it’s actually called No Boundaries. Speed Lives teaches this masterpiece note-for-note. It’s all here including animated on-screen tab, and printable on-disk tab. Each section is explained at slow speed.
“Hands Without Shadows” is incredibly difficult, will challenge you to your limits, and at times will be frustrating to master. So, why accept this challenge?
This program teaches “The Finish Line” by Michael Angelo Batio which includes numerous neoclassical shred techniques such as: 3 string arpeggios, 5 string
Volume I – Intervals for Rock Guitar: Learn all the intervals in an octave while building understanding of fretboard. Play riffs and licks based on these intervals
Heavy Metal Rhythms, Blues Scale Riffs, Pedal Tones, Dorian Riffs, and Riff Form and Structure are covered in this lesson by Sarah Spisak.
Building on Volume I we cover Natural Minor Riffs, Harmonic Minor Riffs, Hybrid Scale, Dyads (Two-Note Patterns), Three String Shapes and Triads and Modal Mixture.