A Winter Workshop with Troy Stetina

presented by the
Wilson Center Guitar Competition & Festival

Saturday, January 24, 2015
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Dawes Studio Theater

FREE with registration!

 
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When you register for this workshop, you'll be entered in a drawing for a free DVD – “Troy Stetina: The Sound and the Story.” You must be present in order to win the DVD.

A limited number of private sessions are available with Troy on the afternoon of January 24, 2015. Please call 262-439-5681 for more information.


Troy Stetina Biography

Troy Stetina is an internationally renowned guitarist, leading authority in guitar instruction and clinician. He has authored more than 40 rock and metal guitar methods for Hal Leonard Corp., which have been translated into numerous languages and have sold over 1 million copies worldwide. Troy is endorsed by PRS guitars, Engl Amps, Vader Cabinets, and Modtone pedals. He is also the guitarist for the hard rock band Second Soul, runs Artist Underground recording studio in Milwaukee, and is co-owner of the online music retailer Music44.com as well as Lampifier Microphones.

Perhaps the best known of Troy’s works is the classic book/CD guitar method, Speed Mechanics for Lead Guitar, often referred to as the “shredders’ Bible.” Published in 1990, it was the first major work in electric guitar pedagogy to standardize an effective approach to achieving the highest levels of guitar technique. Other popular Stetina works include Metal Lead Guitar Volumes 1 and 2, Metal Rhythm Guitar Volumes 1 and 2, Total Rock Guitar, and the complete ear-training and theory manual Fretboard Mastery, published in 2007.

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Save the Date!
Wilson Center Guitar Competition & Festival

AUGUST 13 - 15, 2015

The third annual Wilson Center Guitar Competition & Festival is an annual, multi-genre competition which features four different categories—Rock/Blues, Fingerstyle, Jazz, and Classical. Learn more >

 


For additional information on the Guitar Competition & Festival, please call 262-439-5681 or email wcguitarcompetition@gmail.com.