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Rock House David Ellefson of Megadeth Metal Bass Speed, Thrash & Old School DVD
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In the Metal Bass Speed, Thrash & Old School DVD, legendary metal bassist David Ellefson reveals the fundamental skills that are required to play...Click To Read More About This Product
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A DVD offering a complete arsenal for playing speed, thrash and old school metal.
In the Metal Bass Speed, Thrash & Old School DVD, legendary metal bassist David Ellefson reveals the fundamental skills that are required to play Metal Bass. The one-on-one lessons start with basics like holding the bass, hand positioning and reading tablature. The program then rips through key metal elements like playing with a pick and your fingers, how to mute, scale basics, exercises and alternate tunings. Learn rhythms & timing, octaves & fifths, how to create a great bass sound and more. David shows you how to play complete bass lines with drum and guitar backing tracks. This comprehensive program starts you at the beginning so that you can develop the skills needed to play any style of metal. It's a must have for aspiring Metal Bass players!
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Publisher: Rock House
Author: David Ellefson
Run Time: 60 minutes
Reviewed by 1 customer
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Comments about Rock House David Ellefson of Megadeth Metal Bass Speed, Thrash & Old School DVD:
Good dvd set dave gets in to detail about what he's doing. It is very comprehensive and you are going to learn a lot from this set. I also got the doug wimbish dvd and it was not nearly as good as Dave's.