'Learn To Play Chickenfoot' Guitar Instructional DVD Coming This Month

Lick Library has set a January 31 release date for the instructional guitar DVD "Learn To Play Chickenfoot". It features Danny Gill, a former student of CHICKENFOOT guitarist JOE SATRIANI, teaching you how to play the following five songs note for note, complete with all the riffs and solos:

* Oh Yeah
* Down The Drain
* Soap On A Rope
* Big Foot
* Last Temptation

Danny Gill is a co-author of the Musicians Institute "Rock Lead Guitar" series. His songs have appeared on numerous TV shows, including "The Osbournes" as well as motion picture soundtracks such as "Insomnia" and "Under Siege".

You can pre-order "Learn To Play Chickenfoot" at this location.

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