The phrase "heavy metal" originated from a reference to the loud, mechanized sounds of the modern world. The harsh, British factory sounds of the 1960's resembled England's first "heavy metal" band: Black Sabbath. In the present day, metal is still alive and strong.
Take a look below to check out the different teachers that cover metal. You can scope out the entire series or sample it out by clicking to view the free lesson.
Focus: While musically gifted and classically trained, Dennis Hodges can’t shake the metal bug. This popular JamPlay.com series includes lessons on commonly used metal techniques such as palm muting, slides, bends, octaves, power chords and more.11 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: If you have mastered David's beginner bass series then this is where you want to go next. David teaches you intermediate right and left hand techniques, scales, chords, and riffing.8 Lessons Series Details
Focus: Kris Norris offers an array of ideas and lessons; from changing strings to advanced sweeping / legato techniques and soloing applications. Kris also offers conceptual lessons for song writing ideas and composition.41 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Up and coming talent Emil Werstler brings you advanced lessons on lead techniques, style and theory applications. Emil's videos also include candid interviews about his background and the inspirations behind his playing.48 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: Lead guitarist for Animals As Leaders, Tosin Abasi brings his knowledge of extended range guitars to JamPlay, with detailed lessons on various picking styles and emulating bass with the 8 string instrument.19 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details
Focus: James Malone, founder and frontman of Arsis, teaches intermediate to advanced lessons on various topics in his style of death metal guitar, including advanced legato and tapping.20 Lessons View Free LessonSeries Details