I have partnered with Fret12 to give away one copy each of Mark Tremonti’s and Leslie West’s instructional DVDs. These are both two of the best produced instructional DVDs I’ve seen. Not only are they chock full of instructional material, there’s some nice insight into their background as well.
You can see my review of the Tremonti DVD here. The Leslie West DVD is similarly produced with background info, instructional content, and special guests, including Zack Wylde and Mark Tremonti, as well as a look into the making of West’s Dean signature guitar. For you amp geeks out there, there’s also a guest appearance by Budda co-founder Jeff Bober!
So, how can you win these DVDs? Easy! All you have to do is use the Contact page to send me an e-mail letting me know that you want to be entered into the contest. Please use “Fret12 Contest” in the subject line. Please note that these DVDs are encoded for US and Canada only.
The fine print: The contest will run through Saturday, Dec. 12, and I will randomly select the winner on Sunday, Dec. 13. This should allow me to get the DVDs to you before Christmas. One winner will win both DVDs. You must supply an e-mail address, but I will not use the e-mail addresses for anything other than to contact the winner.
Here’s a trailer for Mark Tremonti’s instructional DVD:
Here’s a trailer for Leslie West’s instructional DVD:
Ed Pauley says
Years ago, I had the good fortune of seeing Leslie West perform with Mountain at Winterland in San Francisco. Their album Nantucket Sleighride was relatively fresh at that time. My principle instrument then was bass and as such, the late and great Felix Papparlardi was an enormous influence. Mountain did not disappoint – their show was excellent. Leslie made that Les Paul Junior with a single (P-90) soapbar pickup roar.
It’s good to see West in the spotlight again. He has been a devoted teacher, always willing to share his knowledge. He deserves every bit of praise.
Currently, my primary guitar is a PRS Custom 24 and so I also enjoyed the Mark Tremonti video.