ZAKK WYLDE, GUS G. And JOE SATRIANI Teach Guitar With New 'Lick Of The Day' iPhone App (Video)

Ozzy Osbourne's former guitarist Zakk Wylde and his current axeman, Gus G., are just two of the celebrities on hand in Guitar World magazine's new Lick of the Day instructional-guitar iPhone/iPad app.

A BLABBERMOUTH.NET-exclusive video of Zakk and Gus performing and teaching their guitar licks can be seen below.

Guitar World's Lick of the Day is currently the App of the Week on iTunes and features staff instructors and celebrity guitarists teaching a variety of guitar licks, from metal to acoustic to jazz, complete with high-quality video, scrolling tablature and performance notes for each lick, as well as a practice mode with tempo control, looping, metronome, and more.

Lick of the Day is available for iPhone and iPod touch and is fully optimized in HD for iPad, and serves up a new guitar lick to learn every day.

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