NEW!!!  Guitar Praise STRYPER Murder by Pride Mini-Pack 1 now available Just in time for ChristmasMurder by Pride

Experience Stryper music like never before with this new downloadable mini-pack of 5 Stryper songs from their latest CD, Murder by Pride.  Rock the lead and bass guitar tracks on each of the 4 levels in this set of 5 rocking Stryper songs.  The perfect virtual stocking stuffer!   It’s so new, we don’t even have the song previews up on our website yet.  But we wanted you to know about this before Christmas!

So, strap on the guitar and play along with Stryper.  But watch out, if you can’t keep up, they’ll take a break and stop the music.  Crank it up and try again – you’ll soon be rockin’ with the best while praising the Lord.
*NOTE:  You must already have Guitar Praise installed on your computer.
Our Price: $4.95


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