Emil Werstler teaches songs.
Emil Werstler teaches this song from The Hinderers by his band Daath.Length: 40:00 Difficulty: 4.0 Members Only
This dropped C monster was released on The Concealers in 2009. The band's guitarist Emil Werstler is here to teach you how to play it. "Wilting On The Vine" features a killer down picking main riff...Length: 41:16 Difficulty: 4.5 Members Only
Emil Werstler teaches you how to play the first song on Daath's The Concealers. The song features unmistakable signature Daath riffing and unforgettable lead playing from Mr. Werstler.Length: 25:48 Difficulty: 4.0 Members Only
Emil Werstler teaches this heavy hitting metal song from Daath's album The Concealers. Tune your guitar to Drop C and get warmed up, 'cause this is a beast of a song!Length: 33:36 Difficulty: 3.5 Members Only
Here is Chimaira's "All That's Left is Blood" from Crown of Phantoms (2013).Length: 33:14 Difficulty: 4.5 Members Only
Emil Werstler of Chimaira teaches you how to play "I Despise" from Crown Of Phantoms (2013). Grab a 7-string, tune to drop A, and get ready for some molten riffing madness!Length: 15:33 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
About Emil Werstler
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Atlanta based guitarist Emil Werstler is a force to be reckoned with. He is the lead guitarist of the band DAATH (Roadrunner Records / Century Media) and has made a serious name for himself in the guitar world in a very short time. Performing worldwide with his main project DAATH on notable tours such as Ozzfest and along side well established acts such as Unearth, Devil Driver, Dark Funeral, and Job For A Cowboy, Emil continues to gain strength and credibility as one of the most sought after guitarist's in his genre to date.
Recent projects Emil has been featured on, include Austrian Death Machine and guest solo's on "Guitars That Ate My Brain", a 2009 release from Magna Carta Records as well as Arsis's album United in Regret. In addition, Emil was one of the few featured artist's asked to perform at the Experience PRS 2008, a great feat for a guitarist in his scene.
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