closing date: 3 Aug 2012
The long awaited Learn To Play Rolling Stones Volume Two has just been launched by LickLibrary and features over three hours of note for note guitar lessons. This outstanding double DVD set brings to you five great Rolling Stones tracks and will help you learn some legendary Keith Richards riffs that have inspired generations of guitarists.
Learn To Play Rolling Stones Vol 2 (RRP £23.99) includes five classic songs from across the stones fifty-year career. There is the mid tempo rocker Gimme Shelter, bluesy Tumbling Dice and from the Beggars Banquet album Street Fighting Man and chart topping Sympathy For The Devil featuring one of many killer Keith Richards solos. Finally there's the track Start Me Up that opens with Keith Richards' trademark riff. There's something for everyone in the DVD, which will help you with learning different tunings, mastering your rhythm guitar playing and getting into playing a cool groove.
Popular LickLibrary tutor, Danny Gill, breaks each track down into its component parts and reveals the secrets of how Keith Richards plays some of those great riffs. You will be able to easily see what both Danny's hands are doing on the guitar with the split screen a standard feature of all Lick Library DVDs, plus you can watch any part of each lesson or track again and again through the easy to use menu navigation.
You can find Learn To Play Rolling Stones Vol 2 and Vol 1 at LickLibrary along with the related Jamtrax CDs or buy them as Perfect Partner Sets and save money.
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