The Beginning Hard Rock & Metal DVD is a complete course for players who are just getting started in the world of heavy music. You'll learn everything you need to know about gear, tone and techniques from buying the right guitar, amp and effects to riffing like Pantera, power chording like Metallica and shredding like Disturbed. With more than 120 minutes of lessons, Beginning Hard Rock & Metal DVD will take you from "wannabe" to "metal god" in practically no time at all.
The Guitar Play-Along DVD series lets you hear and see how to play songs like never before. Just watch, listen and learn! Each song starts with a lesson from a professional guitar teacher. Then, the teacher performs the complete song along with professionally recorded backing tracks. You can choose to turn the guitar off if you want to play along, or leave the guitar in the mix to hear how it should sound. You can also choose from three viewing options. Each DVD includes great songs that all guitarists will want to know!
Learn to shred like a professional. Containing more than 90 minutes of lessons and hundreds of examples, How to Play Hard Rock & Heavy Metal Guitar will show you how to play like a metal god using power chords, killer riffs, power soloing and tricks for beginning, intermediate, and advanced players. The rhythm and lead tutorial covers everything from the classic Seventies rock of Led Zeppelin to metal heroes of today like Killswitch Engage and Slayer. Check it out and you'll shred like Zakk Wylde, crank like Dimebag Darrell, solo like Kirk Hammett, riff like Tony Iommi and develop your own style backed by a solid music foundation.
Hard Stuff was an English hard rock group. Often regarded as one of Deep Purple's proteges, this heavy, but melodic early 70s power trio had a credible reputation of a hard-nosed, no-compromise, heavy-rocking act in the Purple vein, throughout their short-lived career. Paul Hammond had previously played with Atomic Rooster, as did John Du Cann; John Gustafson came from Quatermass. Their both full-length albums were initially released on Purple Records, the Deep Purple-related record label.
The second album from Gotthard is titled "Dial Hard" and the band continue in the same direction as the first album but this time it's a bit more polished - still heavy metal though! While Gotthard did a cover of "Hush" the last time, they have now chosen Beatles' "Come together" and they managed to do a great version.
Lure fishing Anglo/Japanese/US style. Send tradition to the trash can. These modern, mixed styles of fishing have been nothing short of a revelation in British saltwater. We cover techniques, tackle, mixed species lure fishing, lure making etc. Plans for crosswords, comic strips all in the works for future issues.