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post Nov 1 2010, 10:12 PM
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post Nov 1 2010, 10:29 PM
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Wow, that sounds great! I was thinking it might be expensive, but its 3 months after all! smile.gif
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QUOTE (Mudbone @ Nov 1 2010, 04:12 PM) *

If you read the fine print, it's "sort of" taught by Steve Vai. He will teach "guest lectures" now and then in certain sections. A regular member of the Berklee faculty teaches the bulk of it. But Steve did help author it. I almost pulled the trigger until I read that. Here is the info from the Berklee site.
"This course is co-authored by Steve Vai, who will be an occasional guest instructor in each course section. Steve Vai Guitar Techniques is taught by members of Berklee College of Music's renowned guitar department. All students will receive detailed, personalized feedback on their work from an esteemed member of Berklee's guitar faculty, who will be leading this course on a week-to-week basis."

Need idea though. Maybe steve will bop over here for lesson smile.gif That would be pretty darn spiff.

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