Friday, 12 September 2014
20 Progressive Metal Licks
All your progressive metal questions can now be answered with Al Joseph's new 20 licks package. Al has carefully put together 20 licks, each incorporating triads, sweep picking, tapping arpeggios, pentatonics, natural minor scales, legato and general fretboard wizardry. Each lick comes with slow and fast audio and video, which allows you to slow things down and analyse what Al is playing, so eventually you can master every lick and crown yourself a progressive metal master! Also accompanying this are notes from Al himself, talking you through each lick. Of course, JTC accurate TAB/Notation is ever present in PDF and powertab format.
Al's 20 Progressive Metal Licks package is available in two options:
Standard - 40 videos fast and slow, complete tab/notation, audio and track notes or
DELUXE - Includes everything in standard plus video instructional content, to help guide you through the techniques, theory and delivery of each lick.
Premium members get instant access to the DELUXE edition by selecting the +MyTracks button, visible only to members.
Check out the preview video below of what to expect and then get ready to learn some seriously awesome licks!
Watch the second part of the making of "A Matter of Perception" - a mini-documentary.
Part 2 features playing footage and interviews by Nili, as well as interviews by Virgil Donati, Aquiles Priester, Bryan Beller, Ameya Kalamdani, and Mike Ball.
You can purchase "A Matter of Perception" at http://nilibrosh.spinshop.com/ right now!
Nili Brosh - The Story of "A Matter of Perception" - Part 2 of 2
Yolanda Charles - Bass
Holly Petrie - Vocals
Gareth Brown - Drums
Rob Harris - Guitar
Alex Bennett - Keys
Nikki Yeoh - Keys
Photography: JACK PIERCE PRODUCTIONS
Yolanda Charles - PROJECT FUNK EPK
Jasun tells you what inspired him to listen to Shawn Lane... Good call Jasun... that lick just pretty much kills everyone who listens to it.
Shawn Lane: A Real Monster Movie... you can add your feedback and support to the Facebook channel.
Jasun Tipton talks Shawn Lane