Learn to Play My Chemical Romance
Lick Library announced the release of Learn to Play My Chemical Romance, a double DVD of guitar lessons by Danny Gill and Andy James.
Ray Toro, lead guitarist, and Frank Iero, rhythm guitarist, with My Chemical Romance (MCR) are described as "renowned for their ability to play guitar parts that complement each other without playing the same thing."
Here is what Lick Library has to say: "Often their songs feature very melodic octave shapes whilst at the same time heavy power chord are being played underneath. MCR start their “World Contamination Tour” on the 23rd October 2010 at the HMV Apollo, London promoting their new album ‘Danger Days: True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys’ scheduled for release on 22nd November 2010."
Learn to Play My Chemical Romance (RRP £24.99) – has three hours of guitar tuition with Danny and Andy working together showing you how to get that MCR sound. Tracks included in this guitar lesson DVD set are I’m Not OK (I Promise), The Ghost of You and Helena from MCR’s second album Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge. Plus (Welcome To) The Black Parade and Teenagers from their third album The Black Parade. Danny and Andy will take you through these tracks note for note, as the techniques used are illustrated by the two screens showing you clearly what both hands are doing on the guitar.
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