The TEF files are nice, but I find myself getting lost in the low fidelity of the MIDI sound. I like the idea of using one of Ben’s videos (slow version) and just looping the small sections at a time that I want to learn. The sound of the real guitar, rather than the TEF’s midi notes, registers in my brain a lot better. I actually just found a couple of good apps (Android-Google apps) that seem like they may work. I have just started messing with them, but they seem to be what I was looking for.
AB Repeat Player
This app allows you to set a beginng bookmark ‘A’ and an end bookmark ‘B’, then loop it.
Act 1 Video Player<—trial version
play.google.com/store/apps/deta … layertrial
This app allows you to set up to 20 bookmarks, and select which ever ones you want as the A-B loop. It also has a zoom ability.
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I might be off base, but it seems like you would have to download the video and run it locally from the hard drive.
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Yes, you will need a local video file to use these apps. I am not sure what this site’s policy is on that subject, so I will just leave it at that.