EXODUS: Guitar- And Bass-Lesson Videos Available

Music lesson web site PlayThisRiff.com is now featuring guitar and bass lesson videos with Gary Holt and Jack Gibson of EXODUS.

At PlayThisRiff.com you will find the following lesson videos by EXODUS:

* "Gary Holt's Soloing Style"
* "Deathamphetamine" (Part 1)
* "Deathamphetamine" (Part 2)
* "Deathamphetamine" (Part 3)
* "Deathamphetamine" (Part 4)
* "Hammer And Life"
* "Piranha" (Part 1)
* "Piranha" (Part 2)
* "Nanking" (Part 1)
* "Nanking" (Part 2)
* "Fabulous Disaster" (Part 1)
* "Fabulous Disaster" (Part 2)
* "A Lesson In Violence" (Bass)
* "Bonded By Blood" (Bass)
* "Deathamphetamine" (Bass)

The lesson videos for "Nanking" (Part 1) and "Deathamphetamine" (Part 3) can be viewed below.

The free printable tabs for "Nanking" (Part 1) (free tabs) and and "Deathamphetamine" (Part 3) (free tabs) are also available.

PlayThisRiff.com is owned and operated by Bob Balch of FU MANCHU.


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