It's a neat one, only $10, so it's a great deal.
Let's start out with the not-so-good: The CD recording is one of those that just plays the licks, fast, then slow, so it's definitely not anything you can put in the CD player. There is no accompaniment, so you're going to need to supply your own backing tracks or band-mates if you want to use these licks in any kind of musical situation. Also, a lot of the licks don't really loop very well, so if you wanted to have a cool riff that you could use as the verse of a song, or something like that, you are going to need to modify the last measure of about every lick (he has a nasty habit of ending with whole notes, or other large valued notes, which kills the forward motion of the music, and sounds more like a little "ditty" that you would hear at the end of a commercial or something like that).
So... why am I giving it 5 stars? Because it's awesome. A lot of the licks are really cool, and most of them are very unique (very little cookie-cutter stuff in here). Every guitar player who picks this up will find a lot of interesting things in here. And then, if you decide to analyze it, you will find out a lot about chord shapes, root shapes, scales and how they relate to chords, etc. Also, the licks are often very difficult. Plain and simple, this book has a lot of heart, and is a great deal of content for the price. It's very good rhythm practice for any guitarist, and in focusing on rhythm chops, it's going to make the players who learn from this book into very awesome players! There's so many books with lead guitar licks, this one is great because it's got inventive rhythm ideas, and I reccomend it whole-heartedly.
Daniel Page, Guitar Instruction