BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE Guitarist Working On Instructional DVD

Guitarist Michael "Padge" Paget of the Welsh metal band BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE is reportedly working on a new instructional DVD for Rock House, the leader in music instruction. According to "sarge1875" of The Rock House Blog, Padge's DVD will "concentrate on bridging the gap of learning to play at an advanced level. . . You can look forward to learning the scales that Padge likes to use. He seems to favor scales in Em. He will also be talking about and showing you how he uses chords and voicings using suspended and 9th chords. . . An intermediate player can easily use a basic four-chord metal progression but this DVD will show you how to take that a step farther by showing exercises for pivot rhythms along with open string and six note chords, just to name a few. Padge will also show you some mind-blowing techniques for tremolo picking and some single-note runs. The DVD will feature a little secret that Padge uses when developing a song. Basically, how he creates an intro to a song followed up with how he takes that into the body and then the chorus of the song."

Rock House has developed an accelerated yet easy-to-use system of learning that utilizes the functionality of DVD and print, integrated with the accessibility of the Internet. Aspiring musicians who have a product produced by Rock House receive free membership to www.rockhousemethod.com for 24-7 lesson support. Students use this fully interactive site along with their product to enhance their learning experience, expand their knowledge, link with instructors, and connect with a community of people around the world who are learning to play music using the Rock House Method.


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