VELVET REVOLVER/Ex-GUNS N' ROSES Bassist Releasing 'Behind The Player' DVD; Trailer Available
Former GUNS N' ROSES/current VELVER REVOLVER bassist Duff McKagan's raw punk approach and melodic riffs lay the foundation of some of the most influential songs of all time.
In his IMV "Behind the Player" DVD, Duff gives an intimate behind-the scenes look at his life as a professional musician including rare photos and video footage. Duff then gives in-depth lessons for how to play "Slither" and "Set Me Free" by VELVET REVOLVER on bass and jams the tracks with JANE'S ADDICTION drummer Stephen Perkins.
"Video Tab" shows exactly how Duff plays the two tracks. The video-game-style animated tablature is similar to Guitar Hero, but shows how to play the tracks for real.
Get your copy at Guitar Center or www.IMVdvd.com on November 1, 2008.
The producers of the IMV series donate $.25 from the sale of each DVD to Little Kids Rock, an organization that gets instruments in the hands of underprivileged kids.
A trailer for Duff's IMV "Behind the Player" DVD can be viewed below.
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