Jeffro Hunter | Jeffrology III

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Jeffrology III

by Jeffro Hunter

Highly composed Neo-Classical Extreme Metal from the lead guitarist of the band PCP
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Intro.
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0:38 $0.99
2. 1st. Movement Jeffrology III
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3. (sha-e-kot)Valley of Death
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4. Flight of the Humble Bee
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5. Minuet 1. in D min.
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6. Minuet 2. in D min.
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7. Dawn Road
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8. Waiting Around for Midnight
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9. The Final Hour
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Jeffro Hunter is the lead guitarist for the Bay Area based Death Metal band PCP. He also plays in the Beverly Beer Bellys. When not playing in either bands, Jeffro does his experimental solo work he calls Jeffrology. Jeffrology III is what Jeffro describes as the "launch pad for my personal songwriting that will transcend the past- present- and future of my music starting from my roots -Classically influenced Heavy Metal, to the beyond." Jeffro Hunter 37, started playing guitar at age 12 and has been playing full time in bands ever since.


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Wes Royer

Classically trained shredding
Lots of guitar, some synth organ, some progression, lots of trained shredding. If you collect hardrock/metal instrumental guitar albums and don't mind that home studio sound, this should not disappoint. A little short in length, but surprisingly good!