|Product Name||Metal Guitar 3 Dvd Mega Pack|
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|Long Description||Jam-packed with the fundamental techniques you need to play any style of metal. In DVD 1 learn metal power chords complete metal rhythms pentatonic scales the demonic half step and John's very own speed demon exercises. DVD 2 cuts right into drop D & C rhythms 5 & 6 string arpeggios plus sweep pivoting and legato techniques. Learn full natural minor scales ladder riffs multi-position lead patterns and complete metal leads. By DVD 3 you're ready to melt some faces] John teaches advanced lead techniques that expand your arsenal to create your own blazing solos. Develop arpeggio skills like sweep tap three string sweeps and arpeggio progressions. Learn techniques like bi-dextral scale hammer-ons whammy bar tricks and ripping full neck runs. Add color to your style with the violin effect natural flange sextuplet speed runs two string speed riffs and much more]ÞEach Rock House product includes free lifetime membership to Rock House's online lesson support system. Enhance your learning experience links with instructors download backing tracks access message boards and much more. You'll connect with a community of musicians around the world learning to play music using The Rock House Method.|
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