DEVILDRIVER Axemen Launch Guitar-Based Web Site

DEVILDRIVER guitarists Mike Spreitzer and Jeff Kendrick have launched the guitar-based web site The site will focus on instructional videos from professional guitarists and will have an emphasis on learning the songs that made the guitarists well known and taught by them. The page will also contain a biographical database of many of the world's well-known and not so well-known guitar players as well as future blogs on the science of guitar playing and a celebrity blog focusing on celebrities discussing guitars and guitar playing.

An introductory message at the site reads as follows: "Playing guitar isn't a hobby. Playing guitar is a lifestyle.

"Let's face it. If you are a guitar player, you are a guitar player for life. You live, sleep, eat, and breathe guitar. There is nothing wrong with that...we do too, and that's precisely why we created

"This site is for guitar players, by guitar players, and it's meant to be 'home' for guitar players online.

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"We really wish that when we were learning to play guitar there was a site like this. We also know how many videos are out there of people 'teaching' you how to play a song that is not the same way as the person who wrote it would play it. So we will do our best to get as many famous guitarists as possible to speak with us and show you how THEY play the songs they’ve written and what exercises and techniques helped them become the guitar gods that they are today.

"You can get news about your favorite guitarists. You can find tips. You can find tricks. We're giving you an 'All Axess' pass. We're wanting to grow and shape this site as the community grows and we hope that one day, this will be the number one place on the Internet for guitar players and fans."


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