Lick Library Launch Learn To Play Slipknot

Lick Library launch Learn to Play Slipknot with nearly three hours of guitars lessons explained to you by the super shredder himself, Andy James.

Lick Library Launch Learn To Play Slipknot
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The wait is over! Lick Library launch Learn to Play Slipknot with nearly three hours of guitars lessons explained to you by the super shredder himself, Andy James. This double DVD features the best riffs and solos from the American band famed for its energetic live performances. Using his incredible technical knowhow and sense of melody, Andy clearly demonstrates how you can explore the very different playing techniques of Nick Thompson and Jim Root. The split screen guitar lesson illustrates what both of Andy's hands are doing as he takes you through each riff and solo note for note at slow, medium and up to tempo pace. Learn To Play Slipknot (RRP 24.99) takes five Grammy nominated / winning tracks for Best Metal Performance, covering the seven year period to 2008. From the second album, Iowa, comes the melodic Left Behind, then from the third album, The Subliminal Verse, Andy explores the alternate metal style of Duality and the guitar riffs of Before I Forget, which were based on elements of an earlier song Carve. Andy then moves on to breakdown the pounding groove of Psychosocial and the melody and accessibility of Dead Memories, from the fourth album All Hope Is Gone, to show the full diversity of Slipknot. This and the Slipknot Jam Trax (9.99) are available from www.licklibrary.com. Or buy the Perfect Partner Set (RRP 29.98) saving 5.00.

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    MetalRock4ever
    This is awesome. I can't wait for their new album. I understand what they're on about, releasing an album which isn't rushed. I just hope they stick to what they said; should be Iowa or melancholic. As long as melancholic is like Vermillion part 2, snuff, circle, etc, shud b gr8.
    Fisheth24 wrote: So chug, chug, chugga chug, *pinch harmonic* then?
    I'd love to see you play their pieces. Compared to the recordings, ur playing wud b 'chug, chug, chugga chug, *failed pinch harmonic*