Oli Herbert-songwriter and lead guitarist of melodic metal band All That Remains-expands on the techniques developed in Level 1. Learn Hungarian minor scales, scale runs and patterns, chromatic passin... Click To Read More About This Product
Oli Herbert-songwriter and lead guitarist of melodic metal band All That Remains-expands on the techniques developed in Level 1. Learn Hungarian minor scales, scale runs and patterns, chromatic passing tone technique and many complete leads shown note-by-note. Oli shows you how to write a two-part harmony guitar section heard in many of his Metal compositions. Learn advanced lead guitar techniques like extended pentatonic 3rds and 6ths, symmetrical arpeggios, arppegiated triads, quintuplets and septuplets that will enhance your lead playing. The included backing tracks from original All That Remains recordings allow you to apply what you learn and put you at the center of ground breaking sound.
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Comments about Hal Leonard Metal Guitar- Heavy Rhythms, Leads & Harmonies Level 2 with Oli Herbert of All That Remains (DVD):
This is a must have, just like level one. Oli Hebert is a genious on the guitar with the layering and complexity of his compositions. This may not only help with appreciation for his style but may give you an edge with some new found techniques.