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Riff Axelerator ITSO Steve Vai
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Thread Comments about the news item: Riff Axelerator teaches you legends' riffs

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Banshee in Avalon

Banshee in Avalon

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1 Posted on 03/07/2013 at 06:00:00
Riff Axelerator introduces a new software that helps you learn famous guitarists's riff at your own pace.

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damienjhutchinson

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2 Posted on 04/27/2013 at 01:54:10
I have this software. What an absolute bargain...I never thought I'd be able to play something by Joe Satriani! But now I can...Riff Axelerator...you know you need it...and its great value!
Banshee in Avalon

Banshee in Avalon

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3 Posted on 04/30/2013 at 17:03:28
thanks for the feedback Damien ! Glad you enjoy it :)
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