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Yngwie Malmsteen - Play Loud FULL SHRED DVD

Yngwie Malmsteen - Play Loud FULL SHRED DVD

If you are a fan of neo-classical metal, you probably know who Yngwie Malmsteen is. He is one of the most influential guitarists in the genre, known for his virtuosic playing style, fast and melodic solos, and mastery of scales and arpeggios. He has released over 20 studio albums, and has influenced many other guitarists such as Paul Gilbert, Jason Becker, Marty Friedman, and Steve Vai.

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But how did he develop his amazing skills? How does he approach his compositions and improvisations? What are his secrets and tips for aspiring shredders? If you want to learn from the master himself, you might want to check out his instructional DVD, Play Loud FULL SHRED, released in 2000 by Pony Canyon in Japan.

What is Play Loud FULL SHRED?

Play Loud FULL SHRED is a DVD that features Yngwie Malmsteen demonstrating his guitar techniques and playing some of his songs. It is divided into three parts, each focusing on a different aspect of his style:

  • Part 1: Blitzkrieg, Heavy E Phrygian, Never Die. In this part, Yngwie shows how he uses the harmonic minor scale, the diminished scale, and the phrygian mode to create his signature sound. He also explains how he uses alternate picking, sweep picking, legato, tapping, and bending to execute his fast and fluid licks.

  • Part 2: Demon Driver, Leonardo, Arpeggios From Hell. In this part, Yngwie demonstrates how he uses arpeggios to create melodic and harmonic sequences. He also shows how he combines different types of arpeggios, such as major, minor, diminished, augmented, and dominant. He also plays some of his most famous songs that feature arpeggios, such as Demon Driver and Arpeggios From Hell.

  • Part 3: Seventh Sign, Too Young To Drive Too Drunk To Live, Blue. In this part, Yngwie shows how he uses blues scales and pentatonic scales to create catchy riffs and solos. He also explains how he adds chromatic notes and bends to spice up his phrases. He also plays some of his songs that have a bluesy feel, such as Seventh Sign and Blue.

In addition to the three parts, the DVD also has a special additional section where Yngwie plays one of his most popular songs, Far Beyond The Sun. This song showcases his ability to combine different techniques and scales in a coherent and musical way.