Michael Angelo Batio to Broadcast Live Guitar Clinic Tonight

Shredder Michael Angelo Batio, along with GoDpsMusic, will present a free live-streamed guitar clinic tonight.

Newbury Park, CA (July 26, 2013) - He was voted one of the top 100 greatest metal guitarists of all time by Guitar World Magazine!  He invented and was the world’s first player of the twin-necked, left and right-handed double-guitar.  He plays the guitar right or left-handed and plays both guitars together in harmonies or two separate parts together at the same time. “Laser guided fretwork and the fastest of fingers: Mr. Angelo is practically a god. Seriously!” Total Guitar Magazine.  His performances have been featured in Guitar World Magazine, Guitar One Magazine, FHM, the Colbert Report and many others. 

Now Michael is conducting a free guitar clinic at GoDpsMusic on Friday July 26th from 6:30pm-8:30pm.“This MAB Clinic is a must see! Michael not only shreds like no other, but he demonstrates many other styles that he has mastered over the years," says Gary Harrison from Dean Guitars.

Highlights include:

  • Exclusive live performance
  • Signed MAB3 electric guitar giveaway
  • Artist signing and meet and greet
  • View live stream and interact online
  • 50% off retail on select Dean Guitars online — In-store (day of event only)
  • Dean merchandise giveaways

Watch the entire event streaming live on your computer or mobile device at http://www.godpsmusic.com/info/dean on July 26th at 6:30pm PST-8:30PST (9:30pm-11:30pm EST)

For more information:
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