With a 30-year career earmarked by multi-platinum album sales and world tours, heavy metal guitar great George Lynch is unveiling his most ambitious venture to date — The George Lynch Guitar Dojo (available at, set to begin instruction on June 1, 2006.

Designed for a limited number of serious guitarists at intermediate and advanced levels, this online platform allows students to study exclusively with Lynch through the power of the Internet. Offered in Semester programs that mimic the college semester system, and modeled after the set-up of a Karate studio, the web-based application presents video, audio, and tablature featuring elements never revealed by Lynch in any interview, instructional DVD, or publication.

Lynch's Dojo (virtual classroom) also gives students direct access to Lynch in a series of scheduled office hours held online via instant message, and personal email. In addition to unprecedented access to one of the world’s top musicians, the Dojo also features unreleased music and rare video footage for members of the membership-based service.

Making sure to perfect every aspect of his guitar Dojo, George worked closely with the downtown Los Angeles-based award-winning design and creative firm, Scene Four — known for their impressive work with companies such as: MTV, MARILYN MANSON, and Al Gore's Current TV.


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