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Roadrock International Lick Library: Learn To Play Queen DVD

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Here's your chance to learn five of Queen's biggest and most spectacular rock anthems, songs that made them one of the greates...  All product info

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Lick Library: Learn To Play Queen

Here's your chance to learn five of Queen's biggest and most spectacular rock anthems, songs that made them one of the greatest stadium rock bands of all time.

The delicate and majestic solos of Brian May have always been a benchmark in outstanding rock guitar writing, with a distinctive tone, unusual harmonies and a finely-tuned ear for melody. From his famous homemade guitar and old-sixpence plectrum to his unmistakable hair and clogs, May has remained one of the quintessentially British guitar eccentrics. In this exclusive double-DVD set, Michael Casswell provides a note-by-note examination of five of Brian's best, including the thundering rock of Hammer To Fall and the echo-soaked Now I'm Here, with every riff explained and demonstrated in close-up detail.

Songlist:

  • Bohemian Rhapsody
  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love
  • Hammer To Fall
  • Now I'm Here
  • Tie Your Mother Down

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Roadrock International
  • Genre: Rock
  • Instrument: Guitar
  • Medium: DVD
  • Vocals/Speech: English
  • Difficulty: Middle (3)
  • Arrangement: Guitar
  • CD: No
  • DVD: Yes
  • CD-ROM: No
  • Series: Lick Library
  • Artist: Queen
  • Author: Michael Casswell
  • Publishing Number: RDR0074
  • ISBN: 2147483647
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