Learn To Play five Yngwie Malmsteen tracks note-for-note with Andy James. This superb 2 DVD set will teach you the amazing riffs, solos and jaw-dropping technique of this legendary neo-classical guitar maestro. With over 4 hours of lessons and guitar workshop that unlock the blistering speed and articulation of one of the guitar's true innovators.
This superb DVD will teach you the amazing riffs, solos and jaw dropping technique of this legendary neo classical, metal guitarist.
Learn killer rock licks in the style of Yngwie Malmsteen, the master of neo-classical shredding! Also includes a guitar jam track. Lessons by Andy James
Get a close-up look at Yngwie's amazing technique as he shows you arpeggio and scale sequences combined with many of his favorite licks and classical phrases. Yngwie also teaches excerpts from his compositions and performs several awe-inspiring demonstrations. Special features include a tuning segment, a bonus lesson in right hand technique and sweep-picking, a bonus performance with Steve Morse, printable PDF reference materials, and a matching book /CD preview.
"World On Fire" is the 20th studio album by virtuoso guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen and was released on June 1st, 2016. The Swedish guitarist says he spent two years working on the record between tours - which he says made the songwriting process "inspiring." So once again we have a masterpiece by The Master that will be exalted up by fans and guitar maniacs which will go down as a classic Malmsteen release.
One of the best players and teachers in the business, Dave Kilminster, allows you the opportunity to 'sit in' as he demonstrates four of the most essential techniques in the rock guitar arsenal. Get a close-up guide to the disciplines of speed-picking, legato and slurs, sweep-picking and two-handed tapping, and discover how to combine these progressive playing techniques to create unstoppable rock solos. All the lessons are broken down into easy to follow sections, with plenty of licks and musical exercises from outrageous to insane!