Ex-MEGADETH Guitarist CHRIS POLAND Interviewed On 'Focus On Metal'
Episode 23 of the Focus On Metal weekly podcast features a brand new interview with former MEGADETH guitarist Chris Poland. You can now listen to it below.
Focus On Metal podcast (audio):
Music lesson web site PlayThisRiff.com is now featuring guitar lesson videos with Chris Poland (MEGADETH, OHM:, OHMPHREY).
At PlayThisRiff.com you will find the following lesson videos by Chris Poland:
* "Band Dynamics"
* "Breakthrough Moment/A Minor"
* "Chris' Bending Style"
* "Chris' Bogner Pre-Amp"
* "Chris' Finger Story"
* "Chris' Pedal Board"
* "E Minor B5 Lick"
* "E Phrygian/Random Diminished"
* "G Minor With Passing Tones"
* "Jimmy Page Influenced Bends"
* "Song Writing/Sequencing In A Minor"
* "Srb2000 Infinite Setting"
* "Srb2000 Infinite Setting (Part 2)"
* "The Megadeth Years"
* "Triplet Lick/A Minor (Major6)"
* "Whammy Bar Pitch Bends"
The Quicktime HD and Flash videos for "E Minor B5 Lick" are available at this location.
PlayThisRiff.com is owned and operated by Bob Balch of FU MANCHU.
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