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Learn More About Electric Blues With Dave Nassie

Posted on June 20th, 2012 by MDuffy

Bleeding Through guitarist Dave Nassie has posted a new lesson on blues guitar, with a focus on using dynamics and bending.

“I was thinking to myself, ‘How am I going to put together a lesson for people to feel that within themselves they can portray more feeling in their playing?’ Nassie said.

“That’s kind of what I want to go for. We’re going to use a blues context because it’s the easiest to do, not so much centered on licks but approach.”

Learn from the guitar virtuoso in the clip below.

For those in the California/Nevada area, you can meet the teacher in persons, as Nassie has a new slate of Charvel Desolation Series Clinics this weekend.

Nassie’s schedule is as follows:

June 21, 6:30 p.m.
Bananas At Large
Santa Rosa, Calif.

June 22, 7:00 p.m.
Legend Music
Manteca, Calif.

June 23, 3:00 p.m.
Bizarre Guitar
Reno, Nev.

For more information, visit Nassie’s Facebook page.

Dave Nassie Conducts Charvel Clinic At West LA Music

Posted on June 11th, 2012 by MDuffy

Bleeding Through guitarist Dave Nassie recently took fans deep inside the Charvel Desolation Series with his clinic at West LA Music, as he answered questions and performed demos with the high-performance axes.

Check out Nassie in the video below:


Nassie still has a few more Charvel clinics scheduled this month.  Go here for a full list of dates, and visit Bleeding Through’s official Facebook page to catch the band on tour.

Nassie To Host Two Charvel Clinics

Posted on February 10th, 2012 by MDuffy

Bleeding Through guitarist Dave Nassie is set to hold two Charvel guitar clinics in Washington at a pair of Ted Brown Music locations.

On Feb. 28, Nassie will be at the Richland, Wash., store, and he’ll hit Tacoma, Wash., on March 1.

Nassie will introduce fans to the Charvel Desolation series with shredding in-store performances.  Nassie will also participate in Q&A sessions and meet with fans at each clinic.


Nassie recently spoke with Guitar World about his desire to host Charvel clinics.

“I’m not one of those guitar players who are seeking out custom guitars. I don’t want to abuse the privilege of being able to get free instruments,” he told the music mag.  ”All I really I want is to be able to go do my clinics and be able to teach — to be able to go to places like MI and have seminars and to have a company get behind me that has guitars that I just really like playing.”

As for Bleeding Through, the band recently released its seventh studio album, The Great Fire.  For more information, visit Bleeding Through’s official website.

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