DEVILDRIVER guitarist and All Axess co-owner Jeffrey Kendrick will host an hour-long guitar lesson on Sunday, July 3 at 4 p.m. PST via Ustream. The live lesson will cover both basic and intermediate guitar playing exercises followed by a question-and-answer session. Available through the All Axess Ustream page for the low price of $4.99, the lesson will give you a better understanding of guitar fundamentals while giving you a chance to have Kendrick answer any guitar-related questions.
All Axess has posted a new video guitar lesson focusing on the DEVILDRIVER song "End Of The Line" and featuring the band's two guitarists, Mike Spreitzer and Jeff Kendrick. Check it out below.
AllAxess.com is the new guitar-based web site web site launched by Kendrick and fellow DEVILDRIVER guitarist Mike Spreitzer. The site focuses on instructional videos from professional guitarists and has an emphasis on learning the songs that made the guitarists well known and taught by them. The page also contains a biographical database of many of the world's well-known and not so well-known guitar players as well as blogs on the science of guitar playing and a celebrity blog focusing on celebrities discussing guitars and guitar playing.
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