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GUITARWORLD.COM: FORBIDDEN GUITARIST STEVE SMYTH: INSIGHTS ON PHRASING AND SOLOS

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    Niiice! Can't wait to read more.
     
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    great article
    as always you´re sharing a lot of informations and deliver some interesting hints.
    looking forward to the next column.

    \m/
     
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    Thanks guys! Next one should come out next week! :headbang::headbang::headbang:
     
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    FORBIDDEN GUITARIST STEVE SMYTH: INSIGHTS ON PHRASING AND SOLOS


    Live Photo of Steve Smyth by Dirt Junior

    The latest installment of FORBIDDEN guitarist Steve Smyth’s column is now up at GuitarWorld.com. In it, Smyth discusses favorite solos (“Gigs Eviction” by Vicious Rumors, “Cuts Like A Knife” by Bryan Adams, and “S.A.T.O. (Sailing Across The Ocean)” by Ozzy and Randy Rhoads) and the phrasing behind them.

    Check out the column and video lesson here.
    http://www.guitarworld.com/what-difference-phrase-makes-part-1

    FORBIDDEN’s reunion album, Omega Wave, debuted at #27 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, #83 on the Billboard Top Hard Music Albums chart, and #92 on the Billboard Top Independent Albums chart the week following its October 2010 release.

    Visit STEVE SMYTH online at www.stevesmyth.com, www.facebook.com/stevesmyth01, www.myspace.com/stevesmyth, www.twitter.com/stevesmyth01, &
    www.youtube.com/stevesmyth01.

    Visit FORBIDDEN online at www.facebook.com/FORBIDDENOFFICIAL, Twitter.com/FORBIDDENMETAL, and www.myspace.com/FORBIDDENOFFICIAL.
     

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