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|Kiss Forever Bruce Kulick Bob Kulick Learn how to play Kiss guitar songs instructional DVD|
Actors: Bruce Kulick, Bob Kulick, Kiss
Director: Music Star Productions
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Special Interests
KISS Forever - KISS song instructional DVD Bob and Bruce Kulick share their technique and insight into being part of the Hottest Band In The World - KISS! — Bob Kulick's contributions to KISS include KISS Alive II, KISS Ki... more »
The Kulick Brothers Rock!
KingV | United States | 07/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is by far the most entertaining and insightful KISS guitar instructional video out there. Bruce and Bob each share 5 of their favorite KISS tunes that they played on with the band. Bob was the ghost guitarist for Ace Frehley back in the late 70's and early 80's and his selections cover the ALIVE II studio tracks, Paul Stanley's '78 solo album, and Killers. All the tunes Bob covers are classic. He shares some really cool lead tricks that he used in the songs. Many of which I always thought were done with a tremolo bar, but he's mainly a fixed bridge player. Nowhere to Run is by far my favorite song on this DVD and Bob does a great job breaking down the song and playing the parts. Bruce plays selections from Crazy Nights, Hot in the Shade, Revenge, and Carnival of Souls. Bruce does a great job of explaining his guitar parts on his songs and shows you a couple of CD's from his personal collection on which the songs appear. Crazy Crazy Nights and Domino are the standout tracks for Bruce and he also does an excellent job on Forever. With 10 songs jammed on the DVD the guys don't have a lot of time to show you exactly what you need to play. However, they provide you with a website that has all of the tablature to the songs. The DVD is the perfect accompaniment to the tablature to give you what you need to nail all the tunes with a little practice. The Kulick brothers have such a great attitude and it really shines through on the DVD. You feel like you're sitting in your living room jamming with some old buddies when you watch it. It also has a bonus feature with Bruce explaining a little about his effects pedal setup. You were awesome Bruce, but I have to admit that Bob had a much better tone on the DVD. Highly recommended for any KISS fan or fan of great guitar playing!"