Here's a video of us finding George Lynch's solar studio in in the California desert. We got totally lost but heard him from about a mile away so we?pulled out the video camera and started recording as we got closer.

Here's a video of us finding George Lynch's solar studio in in the California desert. We got totally lost but heard him from about a mile away so we pulled out the video camera and started recording as we got closer.

Also - this video features George warming up with Mr. Scary before a recording session

Check out the online digital version of our special PG Experience: George Lynch supplement at: http://digital.premierguitar.com/premierguitar/200810/?folio=Lynch1

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