How to Play On The Line by (216) (Guitar Lesson)

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Dave Felton

On The Line

Dave Felton teaches this 7 string monster from his band "(216)".

Taught by Dave Felton in Songs with Dave Felton seriesLength: 23:56Difficulty: 2.0 of 5


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skeenclan9skeenclan9 replied

wow i hope thats not the last we see of dave felton.i'm new to jam play working on on the line first from daves lessons got the first half down pretty good very fun to play.

andersmetalandersmetal replied

Same Brutality like -Along the Way-, nice to play, lot of fun for me! Which amp do you use/settings?

dave.feltondave.felton replied

Randall Titans/Marshall Cabs. Yngwie overdrive pedal. Pretty cut n' dry.

y3rd4dd1y3rd4dd1 replied

Awesome song! Definately got me into (216). My fingers are pretty sore already...

dave.feltondave.felton replied

Thanks for the comments dudes! Rip it up!

richieboscorichiebosco replied

Felton = the shit

jboothjbooth replied

Dave I must say you are a monster player and I am in constant envy.

thexxonexxandxxonlythexxonexxandxxonly replied

damn great jam, my type of playing.

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Dave Felton

About Dave Felton View Full Biography Dave Felton plays guitar in a cleveland, ohio band called "Mushroomhead". Dave has a real take it or leave approach on guitar playing. Dave Felton's lessons on JamPlay are on various "Mushroomhead" songs. If you are a fan of Mushroomhead or metal in general you can walk away with something from Dave's lessons!

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