Thursday, 26 August 2010

Charly Sahona: guitar idol 2010

Guitar Idol 2010 entry by Charly Sahona

Lee Ritenour: 6 String Theory Sweepstakes



The legendary Lee Ritenour presents a star-studded tribute to the world's most popular instrument with the greatest guitarists of our time. Blending rock, blues, jazz, acoustic, country and classical, Lee Ritenour's 6 String Theory promises to be the ultimate guitar record!
Features the amazing talents of : Lee Ritenour, B.B. King, George Benson, Slash, John Scofield, Steve Lukather, Vince Gill, Neal Schon, Joe Bonamassa, Robert Cray, Mike Stern, Pat Martino, Keb' Mo, Taj Majal, Jonny Lang, Andy McKee, Guthrie Govan, Joe Robinson, Tomoyasu Hotei, Shon Boublil…and many more.

In celebration of this new Ritenour release, Concord Music Group will be giving away a Yamaha guitar, Monster In-Ear speakers and D’Addario strings. Find out more

Bireli Lagrene: at just 12 years old!

Bireli Lagrene, 12 years old, plays on Jacques Favino guitar, just watch. This boy makes miracles !

Bireli Lagrene - 12 years

Rusty Cooley: to host GuitarAsylumTV

GuitarAsylumTV Houston, Texas, United States:
Guitar Asylum TV is a new television program about insane guitar techniques, celebrity guitar guests and everything and anything about guitar. Our host is none other than Houston native world-renowned shred guitarist Rusty Cooley. Many rock guitarist today such as Creed/Alter Bridge Guitarist Mark Tremonti; Dream Theater's John Petrucci; Michael Angelo Batio and others credit Rusty's shred style as pushing the outer limits of guitar to boundaries not yet explored. So come on into Rusty Cooley's Guitar Asylum - the greatest place on earth for the musically insane!



Guitar Asylum's host Rusty Cooley and Executive Producer Ward "Dr. B" Bond getting ready to bring you the most insanely, awesome guitar television show ever created - Rusty Cooley's Guitar Asylum TV - THE GREATEST PLACE ON EARTH FOR THE MUSICALLY INSANE!

Twitter: http://twitter.com/GuitarAsylumTV
Blog: http://guitarasylumtv.blogspot.com/

Dhalif: Me on TheStage.TV:

Me on TheStage.TV: "777"



Me on TheStage.TV: "moarfuzion"



Me on TheStage.TV: "on the way"



Me on TheStage.TV: "yngwiemuch"

John Cassio: shred tapping technique

Guthrie Govan Shred Tapping



Guthrie Govan

Jan Dumee: fusion for cubrabop quintet

CUBRABOP QUINTET IN THE STUDIO 2010

Julien Carayon: jamming for next album

Julien Carayon - Backing track jamming for next album - Video 3

Timmo Tolkki: bitter about the continuation of Stratovarius

9) Why finally did you choose to yield the rights on the catalogue and Stratovarius's name to your ex-companions?

Well the reason was that when I decided to leave Stratovarius, I had my reasons and I had been thinking about the for over a year already. So I did have very rational reasons for leaving. What I could not even imagine in my wildest dreams was that they
would continue the band without me with the same name. Continue yes, but to call it Stratovarius, that was the problem I had. I never brought myself forward in Stratovarius as a guitar hero or something. I was always one of the guys although I wrote 95% of
the songs and produced the albums. I always said that if Kotipelto, Jens or Joerg leaves the band, it cannot be called Stratovarius anymore. So therefore I think that decision was morally wrong. And my life philosophy is perhaps a bit different than some other people's so when I hear they will continue as Stratovarius, and I owned the name and had contracts with all the musicians, instead of taking them to court, I did the reverse. I gave them everything. Because I really thought, and I continue to think, that the decision to call it Stratovarius without me is morally wrong and I have always stood up for what I believe is right. So I thought, have it all then. full interview

Yvi Wylde: New Orleans light jazz

New Orleans -Yvi Wylde-

André Viegas: Concurso Double Vision DVD

Concurso Double Vision DVD - Walking on Fire - André Viegas

Danny Gill: Adding The Blues Note To The Pentatonic Scale

Adding The Blues Note To The Pentatonic Scale - Guitar Tips Session 22 with Danny Gill

Thorsten Praest: GUT fusion trio live

The fusion band web site: gutfusion.com

Ulf Stricker and Gut - Revenge



GUT - live @ Metropolis Hamburg 04.12.2009

Rusty Cooley: ProTone Overdrive 2.0

http://protonepedals.com/shop/?p=640
Full demonstration and introduction of the Rusty Cooley Overdrive 2.0

Rusty Cooley Overdrive 2.0 Full Demo

Paul Clark: Rusty Cage bites the dust

Sad news that the label that put out the outstanding CD Shredz At An Exhibition has folded. You can still get hold of the CD and mp3 versions of this epic release:


John Gregson: Hybrid Picking Applications

A quick look at some ways to apply the hybrid picking technique (introduced here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FL5-p_... ) to lead playing, by focusing on some lines involving the minor pentatonic scale.

We look at both 2 note-per-string and 3-note-per-string ideas for a variety of fusion lines in the style of Brett Garsed, Shawn Lane, Eric Johnson, Tom Quayle, Greg Howe & Richie Kotzen.

Thanks for watching!

http://www.johngregson.co.uk

Hybrid Picking Applications: Lead Playing & Pentatonics with John Gregson

Floyd Fernandes: live at The Blue Frog

Floyd Fernandes live at The Blue Frog

Chris Broderick: Megadeth to headline Aussie and Kiwi No Sleep Til tour!

NO SLEEP TIL FESTIVAL 2010 DATES:

No Sleep Til Auckland - ASB Showgrounds
Friday 10 December

No Sleep Til Perth - Arena Joondalup
Sunday 12 December

No Sleep Til Adelaide - Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Wednesday 15 December

No Sleep Til Melbourne - Melbourne Showgrounds
Friday 17 December

No Sleep Til Sydney - The Entertainment Quarter Moore Park
Saturday 18 December

No Sleep Til Brisbane - RNA Showgrounds
Sunday 19 December

full detail http://www.nosleeptil.com.au/

Alex Lifeson: discusses tour and new material with mcall.com

Alex Lifeson remembers one overriding feeling that came with the making of "Moving Pictures," the 1981 album that became the band's most popular release — fun.

"It was a very positive experience," Lifeson says in a recent phone interview. "Sometimes records can be quite difficult. [The 1984 album] 'Grace Under Pressure,' for example, was a very hard record to make. It seemed to take forever. Again, we were at Le Studio [in Quebec] and it was very cold. We just really struggled with that one. But 'Moving Pictures' was quite the opposite. We had a lot of fun and we had great direction. We did some writing in the studio. All the sounds came together. There was a great buoyant feeling to the whole experience." full interview

Marc Rizzo: WACKEN interview

WACKEN: Soulfly interview at Band Backstage [PitCam & BML]

Ron Thal: Strangles Lesson

Video Lesson - Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal's "Strangle"


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Shane Gibson: quits Korn to feed Stork!

Shane Gibson has announced his departure from the band to pursue his solo project, the Los Angeles-based aggressive-progressive, experimental, instrumental metal power trio STORK, with "super drummer" Thomas Lang. Combining thrash metal with progressive rock, STORK's self-titled debut will be available in stores in November, but is available on line: http://stork.bigcartel.com/