ALICE COOPER Guitarist And Bassist Offering Lessons While On Tour

Internet Musicians Group (IMG) has announced that the guitar lesson program, featuring ALICE COOPER guitarist Ryan Roxie and returning bass player Chuck Garric, will be offered to all for the entire duration of the new ALICE COOPER tour 2005. An excerpt from an IMG press release follows:

"For those of you that have had lessons in the past, this is a great opportunity to freshen up all your skills and review all that you had learned the last time. Or if this is your first lesson, what a treat you are in for. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced, you will enjoy the time spent with either Ryan or Chuck as they will walk you through the basics, help you improve the skills you already have, or teach you some of the more advanced techniques that are required to play the AC classics or, any of your other favorite bands as well. They will even customize the lesson suited to exactly what YOU want to learn.

"The process is easy. The first step is to check out the touring schedule at the bottom of this release and find out what date would most suit you. The second step is to email your request for a lesson to this e-mail address: [email protected] . Either Chuck, Roxie or myself will get in touch with you directly after that to confirm a time and a place.

"The cost for the lessons is $60 for an hour session. If time permits, Roxie & Chuck will consider a reduced rate for a 'group lesson.' The payments will be required to made in US dollars. Time slots fill up fast, so try not to delay your request if possible.

"You will be allowed to video or audio tape your lesson to look back as a nice memory, or a helpful reference. Every lesson will also include a special souvenir guitar pick, plus a special surprise offer. No matter what your favorite style of music, although we here at IMG are assuming it's rock!, you'll be very happy you went for the guitar lesson experience."


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