Former SOILWORK Guitarist Offering Private Lessons
Former SOILWORK guitarist-turned-producer Peter Wichers is offering private guitar lessons in the Nashville, Tennessee area. Interested parties can contact Peter via his MySpace page.
In an August 2007 interview with Bulgaria's Tangra Mega Rock, Wichers stated about his decision to move to Nashville, "[My wife and I] tried a lot of cities. We recently moved to Nashville from Los Angeles, because I feel I need to be in a city with enough studios in it, so there's a lot of opportunities for me to work — L.A. definitely has that, too, but spending 3-4 hours in traffic every day is not my way of life. Besides, Nashville is close to the East Coast and looks more European, and some of the greatest studios in the world are here."
On the subject of his work on last year's b>Nuclear Blast Records "all-stars" CD, "Out of the Dark", Peter said, "I guess that Nuclear Blast were a little saddened when I left SOILWORK two years ago, as they liked the way I write songs. I don't know when they came up with the idea who's gonna do this modern metal Nuclear Blast 'all-stars' CD, as they call it, but I think my name has come up first and I was the first one they asked. I accepted, because it seemed like a fun thing to do."
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