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Bryan Beller: Mastering Tone and Versatility

Bryan Beller: Mastering Tone and Versatility

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Extreme bass player Bryan Beller (Steve Vai, Dethklok, Mike Keneally, Dweezil Zappa) explores how he combines tone, technique, and artistry to play some of the most demanding music in the industry. Nearly two hours of live performances include fellow musicians Mike Keneally, Joe Travers, Kira Small, and others, PLUS a breakdown of drums and bass for three Dethklok songs with special guest drummer Gene Hoglan that no Dethklok fan will want to miss! Other titles include Bryan's "Seven Percent Grade" and "Love Terror Adrenaline," Keneally's "'Cause of Breakfast," Steve Vai's "Freak Show Excess," and more. Special features include PDFs of all bass transcribed exactly as Bryan performs it in the video. Learn to master your mind and achieve your signature tone no matter what type of music you're called upon to play!

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    Title: Bryan Beller: Mastering Tone and Versatility
    Genre: Special Interest
    Starring: Bryan Beller
    Release Date: 2/14/2012
    Product Type: DVD
    Catalog #: 37215
    UPC: 038081415482
    Item #: 7534X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 2/14/2012
    Studio: Warner Brothers Pub.

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