Phrase By Phrase Guitar Method – Randy Rhoads (w/ Ozzy Osbourne): Mark John Sternal: Movies & TV
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Discover exactly what it really requires to play guitar like Randy Rhoads!
This 5th installation of the Phrase By Phrase DVD collection explores the lead guitar prowess, earth trembling riffs, rhythm, classic impacts and also composing skills of the late Randy Rhoads.
Researching his work with Ozzy Osbourne, this technique discovers Randys style, variation and also improvisations on the guitar. As a whole, the viewer will be directed via a discovering experience based on popular studio manufacturings, (even comparing alternating takes and modifies), show adaptations, along with discourse on uncommon online video clip footage.
Introduction by teacher Mark John Sternal.
Guitars as well as Tone: How to achieve with basic equipment.
Suicide Solution – Warm up lesson, novice to intermediate.
I Don t Know – Exclusive studio vs live referrals of rhythm modifications, fills up, classic adaptations and hot, complete neck guitar solos.
Crazy Train – major/minor rhythm framework, two hand tapping, including studio, live and also alternative track contrasts.
S.A.T.O. – Intricate rhythm framework, soloing with rising as well as descending flows.
Believer – Razor side rhythmic precision, classical intermissions, as well as melodious use of blues and also classic ranges.
Diary Of A Madman – Guitar Solo Lesson – incorporating the exotic Hungarian as well as Pentatonic small scales.
Perk Slide Show: Featuring uncommon images thanks to eRockPhotos.com.
Runtime: Over 3 Jam-Packed Hours!
The Phrase By PhraseTM Guitar Method explores several of the best guitar players of perpetuity, breaking their facility styles right into straightforward, identifiable phrases. Thorough, easy-to-understand descriptions show appropriate finger positioning as well as strategy, complied with by half-speed technique paces and also combined areas that are dipped into complete speed.
Produced by Phrase By Phrase, LLC © 2011. All Rights Reserved.
- Actors: Mark John Sternal
- Directors: Mark John Sternal
- Format: NTSC
- Language: English
- Region: All Regions
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: G General Audience
- Studio: Phrase By Phrase, LLC
- DVD Release Date: October 10, 2011
- Run Time: 180 minutes
- ASIN: B005PPE0CO
Comprehensive, Understandable Song Dissection
11 people found this helpful.
Wow, I don’t really know what more to say about Mark John Sternal’s ability to concisely and comprehensively communicate difficult guitar concepts in such a way that makes it seem easy. I own several of his DVDs and he is always able to help you understand in ways that elude most guitar teachers. Sternal is very detailed, yet concise so you do not get bored. The content of this DVD would probably take many months to go over with an in-person instructor and cost a fews hundred dollars. And, yet, you get all of that on one DVD for less than $15 bucks. Sternal doesn’t hold anything back. I like that he splits the screen and shows you a close-up of his hands while simultaneously displaying the tab notation. I can’t say how helpful that is rather than having to look at a book. The only couple minor issues that I have with the DVD are that the tablature staff tends to flicker and distract a little. And, I would have also liked to have seen a couple other popular songs that were excluded: “Over the Mountain” and “Mr. Crowley.” If it weren’t for those two matters, I would give it 6 stars if possible. Well done Mr. Sternal.
Great help when you get stuck
7 people found this helpful.
Mark John Sternal does an amazing job in interpreting Randy Rhoads on guitar. The structure moves chronologically through each song (listed in the description) and is played slowly and the tab is demonstrated in each section to assist learning the piece. Sometimes even bar by bar when necessary. The section(s) are then put together at tempo to give you the example of how it fits in context to the song. The fills and nuances that permeate Randy’s playing are also covered in reasonable detail. This includes all the variations Randy played in the studio recordings, live shows and alternate revision. It would have been nice to actually see a performance of the song from start to finish to get the whole example down. But this is in no way a problem as by the time you complete the song, you should have it down anyway, especially if you play along with the recordings.
One person found this helpful.
Awesome teacher! Great way to learn. I’m buying every one of this guys dvds. I bought 4 of them so far
very thorough… I was learning immediately
It’s what I’ve always been looking for. I can …
It’s what I’ve always been looking for. I can finally figure out how Randy did what he did step by step.
A must have for guitar playing Randy Rhoads fans
3 people found this helpful.
Back in the day when I was first learning guitar,there were no lessons like this,guitar world magazines would put out tab for some songs,but you miss out a lot being limited to tab only,this DVD which I recommend all MJS guitar videos,it’s very cool that as he is instructing you,all the correct tab is displayed at the bottom of the screen,I like to pause the tab at the beginning of each lesson and get a feel for it then start the full lesson,so you get all the notes and chords below and a great instructor that doesn’t rush through,in the past few days I got the DVD out and I surprised myself how much easier it is learning from MJS,I have tried other guitar videos,Lick library’s Quicklicks have a great instructor (Andy James) awesome player and good tight licks but zero tab to follow,tab is an essential back up tool,I want every note to be right,I’m tone deaf so tab with video on screen is the best set up for me.my favorite lessons on this DVD,S.A.T.O.and Children of the Grave,truly a great investment.Randy Rhoads-taken from us way too soon.RIP brother
Cannot believe the other reviews…
I bought this DVD at the bargain bin of a local music store and wanted to give it a go to see what I could learn. While the tab transcriptions look to be pretty accurate, Mark John Sternal was anything but accurate in his performance of what little I witnessed. He muffed a bunch of phrases, was always off time when playing with the metronome, it was simply sloppy and cringe-worthy. I have seen a lot of bedroom players on YouTube doing way better performances of Randy Rhoads/Ozzy covers with lessons for free. I am wondering if the other reviewers are friends or family of Mark?
Randy Rhoads sound