Billy Sheehan Hollywood Guitar Centre Workshop

Rotosound are proud to announce an exclusive workshop with the legendary bassist Billy Sheehan at the Hollywood Guitar Centre on the October 21st, 2010, 7PM-10PM

Known for his work with Steve Vai, David Lee Roth and Mr. Big, Billy has won many Best Bass Player awards and continues to be one of the most in demand players on the planet. He will demonstrate his jaw dropping technique with the use of chording, two-handed tapping, right hand "three finger picking" technique and controlled feedback as well as giving an incite to the industry and his career.

The evening includes a question and answer session, an opportunity to meet Billy to get his autograph and will be an amazing opportunity to see up close one the worlds most technically accomplished players in a comfortable and intimate setting.

Billy has been a Rotosound endorsee for over 25 years and his signature stainless steel roundwound strings have helped shaped his unique sound. He will also be playing further masterclasses in association with Rotosound across the Atlantic at the Bass day UK in October 2010 plus a further three dates at the PMT stores in Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester.

Billy Sheehan

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