"Blood, Frets and Tears" is the exploration of history's gifted guitar players: our Guitar Heroes. From the swing of Charlie Christian's bebop guitar and the psychedelic rock of Jimi ...
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"Blood, Frets and Tears" is the exploration of history's gifted guitar players: our Guitar Heroes. From the swing of Charlie Christian's bebop guitar and the psychedelic rock of Jimi Hendrix, to the majestic fire of Eddie Van Halen, join us for a momentous and joyous musical trip in the most definitive celluloid document ever filmed on the sound and soul of the electric guitar.
It's really more about shredders than anything, which is fine considering that's who most of the interviews were with, but I wish it would have been more upfront about that. I also enjoyed the interviews, but if they couldn't obtain the rights to any of the music, they shouldn't have made it, or dealt with it differently.
They also spelled Kurt Cobain's name incorrectly, which was comical, but pretty disheartening.
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