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Steve Vai Releases Volume VI & VII of the 'Naked Tracks' Series

Published 8 years ago on June 7, 2013

By Guitar Interactive Magazine

Steve Vai Releases Volume VI & VII of the 'NakedTracks' Series -

The next two instalments of Steve Vai's 'Naked Tracks' series,Volume VI and VII are now available at Vai.com.

The 'Naked Tracks' series have been designed with musicians inmind who crave playing guitar, but don't yet have the band to backthem up.

Aspiring and accomplished guitarists can jam freely over thesolo less lead guitar tracks from a number of classic SteveVai albums.

Volume VI features selections from 'Where The Wild ThingsAre,' 'Sound Theories,' and a handful of VaiTunesreleases. Volume VII  features all tracks from Steve's latestsolo release, 'The Story of Light.'

"This series of play-along CD's is designed to help createan atmosphere of focus so you can shred yourself into apersonally-induced inspirational nirvana," explains Vai.

"One way to play along with them is to learn the originalguitar parts on the album versions of the songs," he said. "But Iwould encourage you to take a more-active role in using the tracksas a bed to lay your own creative interpretation over. There arereally no rules. So sit back, flip on a naked track and dress it upwith your own artistic musical apparel."

To coincide with the new 'Naked Tracks' releases, Steve hasreleased a free track which is available on Vai.com for download.Simply click the button, retweet the message to your loyalfollowers, and receive a download.

Naked Tracks Volume VI &VII

Vai _nakedtracks _v 6_7

Learn more at www.vai.com


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