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11 - Las Vegas, NV - Green Valley Ranch
13 - West Hollywood, CA - Key Club
16 - Oberhausen, Germany - Konig Pilsener Arena
18 - London, England - O2 Arena (as part of Ozzfest)
19 - Cologne, Germany - Luxor
20 - Munich, Germany - 59: 1
21 - Berlin, Germany - Crystal Club
22 - Hamburg, Germany - Markthalle
24 - Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
25 - Las Vegas, NV - Green Valley Ranch
27 - West Hollywood, CA - Key Club
28 - San Diego, CA - House of Blues
31 - Seattle, WA - Showbox Sodo
10 - Dallas, TX - House of Blues
11 - Houston, TX - House of Blues
16 - Chicago, IL - The Cubby Bear
29 - San Diego, CA - House of Blues
We regret to announce the cancellation of the Seven The Hardway tour of Europe.
Due to the delayed release of the album (August instead of April) and the booking of the tour immediately following European summer vacation, there has not been adequate opportunity to properly promote the record or the tour.
We apologize for the inconvenience. For ticket refunds, please visit your original place of purchase.
We plan to re-book in the future, once the new album has had a chance to be heard by our fans.
As always, we thank you for your continued support."
The self-titled album will see a North American release on September 14th. more
Extracts from a live exhibition of Angels&Demons a new power fusion trio featuring:
Alex Stornello on guitar, Giorgio "JT" Terenziani on bass and Paolo Caridi on drums.
The band mixs fusion approach, funk rythm, metal influences and hard rock cliché. A new way to play fusion...
Angels&Demons is sponsored by FBT
Alex Stornello use Cicognani's amp - Imperium series
Giorgio "JT" Terenziani use Cicognai's amp - Indy series
Paolo Caridi use Pearl drums and Sabian Cymbals
search the band page in facebook to be always update about live and the release of their first cd
This is not a full time job for you, is it? When do you find the time?
Well, all my free time I spend in the workshop. I still call it a hobby, because I do it for other reasons than money. If I could afford it, this is the only thing I would be doing, and I hope, one day, it will be. Building guitars will always be more than a job specially for all the contacts and friendships that I forged over the years with people who play my instruments. That is priceless.
Give us some names.
I’m very happy that you play my guitar, Muris. I hope it serves you well. Bata Kostic from Yu Grupa has one, and I’m also working on a guitar for Vlatko Stefanovski. I must say I was pleasantly surprised when I spotted on the internet a guy called Chris Evans from Kent, England playing one of my guitars. There is a host of young upcoming players that come to me and I’m so glad to be a part of their development. full interview
I was angry so why not play,,, I am playing a custom built guitar by me gary gaske,its got dimarzio 403's and seymour duncan AH humbucker in the bridge. The neck is a fender,, that I refretted and also shaved the back down a bit. The body is a old roadstar body. I routed a large cavity under the pickguard to give it more of a hollow sound,, also I put a orange drop cap on the tone pot. My backline is a peavey 50 + fender blues jr, run in stereo. I going thru a, xotic BB preamp pedal,and a yamaha magic stomp for a little delay. My setup sounds better inperson than it sounds on this video. Thank you for checking me out,, any questions feel free to ask . peace GGImprovising over a jam track-peavey 50-fender blues jr- xotic bb pedal
Stratoblogster: Do you tour more abroad than in the USA? Where was your best ever audience? Where have you been best received?
Shane Theriot: I like playing in Japan a lot. The audience is very attentive and it's fun to have all ears like that. On the other hand, it's hard to beat New Orleans for the energy that a small crowd can have. People live to go out and hear live music here and if it's got a funky beat to it, they are going to react to it. more
Yngwie Malmsteen has set "Relentless" as the title of his new studio album, due in Japan on November 10 via Universal Music. more
Gaffa intervew: Why was it just this year that your debut album was re-released?
- Because the record company finally decided it! Shrapnel Records owns all rights to the album and what came after, "Hermit", so I can not just self-publish it. It is entirely up to them what they will do about it, and after I switched companies in 1997, they have never reprinted it so nobody could get it - unless they found it in some obscure shop or at eBay. But then they contacted me last year and said they wanted to republish it and it made me piss happy! It will of course want to one's music is accessible to people, so we started working on new artwork and getting Sega numbers with.
I read that it took you six months to transcribe the entire album to the 200-page book, which also becomes available. Was it harder than you thought?
- It was harder than making the album! Just to make it, so I decided in 1997 to take every single guitar tracks and record them on tape. Then I listened to a few seconds at a time while I tried to think of how I had played it all and wrote it down and stuffed it into the software. This year I went through them so again - put them up neatly and orderly layout - and got them put into PDF files, created artwork and so on, and it took another six months. So it was something of an achievement. It was my personal Mount Everest, which I climbed!More
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For me it’s what suited the track front to back and not just amazing shred, so here’s my picks (should be a top 10 because there are others equally as good but…)N0r:
guitarholy Vinai Trinateepakdee - good playing, style suited the backing track.
Jakeynez – good playing, different and ‘outside the box shred’
SoNg1508 – great feel and chops, suited the style
joopwolters123 – nice feel, a few chops, suits the track
universalmind3000 Davide Pepi – good playing, suits the track and style
lukiamaryllis super feeling, good structure, nice outside tones, good soundCristobal Sanhueza:
brendy36 great feeling and technique
akeae101 superb playing
ZarubinDenis great work with chords and nice sliding solo
maranhaoguitar good tone and mix, great fun with good improvisating
1. Steph Lucarelli: Amanzing playing, fluid great ideas, very honest, great fusion tone.catalina:
2. Benny Nilsson: Very nice use of silence! Something very dificult to make by guitarrist.
3. Nick Meares: Emotive solo and clean tecnique.
4. EvesoundGuitar(i dont know the real name) : Diferent, fresh, fluid, nice acustic tone.
5. monkeyrg570: Powerfull playing, nice shred lines.
Matias Baeza: nice vibratoJoe Pinnavaia:
Esteban Montecino: great use of armony
Elliot Noble: Best sound
Milan Polak: groove
Thiago Trinse:Nice playing
Axel Olson - Liked the tone and his legatoPetar Ivankovic:
Brian Aspey - Very Fiery player with some great ideas.
Martin Miller - Liked his tone, phrases, note choices and use of the vibrato bar.
Tomo - This guy is crazy! His arps are some of the best integrated I have seen.
Stelios - He is the total package - great melody and phrasing with emotion and great technique!
1. Bryan Aspey - the complete packageAco Pejovski:
2. Damir Puh - great phrasing, tone
3. Silvio Gasquez - great licks
4. Joop Wolters - tone, great whammy bar work
5. Jeff McClelland - cool approach
Damir Puh, Vinai Trinateepakdee, Bryan Aspey, Mark McGuigan, Silvio Gasquez.Carmelo Serrano:
1) João Neto, very nice riff, beautiful tone, nice video, touch of guitar.ThomasJordt:
Hi Lauri!Fabiano Rodriguo:
I love your laurimonk YT-channel. One of the best resources for contemporary guitar!
My Shred This III faves are
elwischi It's got all. He's building up tension, goes with the backing track, and he sounds always good. Good phrasing in the beginning, jazzy.
Bemolator. Although he's got a little intonation problem in the beginning, he picks up the pace and like elwischi he builds up tension. He sounds good: though he uses much distortion, he got lot of sound options out of his guitar.
paralleluniversemk I like his heavy laid back feeling in the beginning. And you'll never know, what he will do next
guitarjakku Wow, he's got rhythm, skills, sound options, he can play, whatever he want, I don't find anything I don't like. And he's got a new Suhr :-)) Unbelievable talented, this young guy!
bryanaspey Everything perfect. He also has skills, a good taste, he sounds good.
Cannot say, which one I find best. Maybe Jack Gardiner, because he seems to play most freely with the groove, not against it.
I got some more, which I see in the top... KolioK, juancortes1979, MrRuneberre and this crazy entry from NikoTsonevGuitar. But I had to kill'em you're asking for just five, don't you? ;-)
It is very hard to this!Roben Petros:
but this is my first top:
excellent melody and tone! Great technique
rock and fusion
excellent fusion jazz cool and feeling for swing scales
great ideas melodic and perfect Resolutions!
franalonso great feeling and bends expressive , cool rock and ideas strong!
molina21000 fantastic player! excellent technique !
-Bryan AspeyFabiano Rodriguo:
this is my top: Bryan Aspey, Marko vesovic, Haralemes, Fran Alonso andFayeed Tan:
Molina this players? cool and excellent technique. But is only my top.
1.) Bryan Aspey :Nikita:
It's not everyday that you see a guitar
player who's got everything in his
playing, the FEEL, the TECHNIQUE,
the PERFECT NOTE CHOICE, the
His entry is my favorite! He deserves
2.) Martin Miller:
He defines the meaning of Unique
note choice is perfect!
3.) Santiago Pagura:
I love the feel of his soloing, I love the
aggressive approach and with it comes
good style and great note choice
4.) Milan Polak
Speed, melody and technique! all in
his entry! Aggression in the
approach and angst in his tone
5.) Silvio Gazquez:
His melodies always has that
very very different from others
they may not always sound good but
it never fails to make you say
Hey! that's very clever
DenZ , Bryan Aspey , Millan Polak (only of speed), SoNg1508 , Brett Garsed :)Osman Cenan CIGIL:
Thorsten Praest This is the best entry in my opinion.It's perfect,it's like he was talking via his guitar!Ahmad Saad:
Vinai Trinateepakdee This one is also excellent,tone playing,note choices are all perfect!
Bryan Aspey Bryan's solo is one of the best as always!Top quality!
Fayeed Tan The solo nicely flows through the mix,very calm and relaxing!I like it!
William Stravato Garsed-like soloing!Great!
guitarholy - the playing style is consistent without being predictable, and the melody lines are interesting to follow. He also anticipates the changes very well. Great tone, and shreddy enough without losing feel.
ElWischi - This one is just really pleasing to listen to. Original and enjoyable tone, cool solo development, and lots of feel. Nasty licks too!
Milan Polak - the feel isn't always right for the song and there's a lot of contrasting styles going on, but his licks are so intense and so clean.
papuza - I like the way this guy plays the changes. Sick tone, and I enjoy how his style is kind of bluesy with the occasional burst of speed.
Forgosciga - besides the pink shorts I think this one is just a nicely flowing solo that doesn't show off but has personality... I get the feeling I'm watching part of really good blues improv set.
This is the first part of Transatlantic gig at High Voltage Festival 2010.
This is the SkyArts clip of the Transatlantic concert on High Voltage Festival 2010.
This was the last gig of the Whirld Tour 2010
A live DVD recorded during the tour at Sheperd's Bush in London will be out somewhere in the fall of 2010!
I was the tour manager. This clip has been recorded by BlinkTV and I did the audio mix. Enjoy watching!
Promotional video for new album "Attracted to the moon".© 2010 Riccardo Vernaccini
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Video by Marco Voglini
Simone Bortolami, MCR® by Donato Begotti graduated at Rock Guitar Academy (Milan - Italy) plays "Cause We've Ended As Lovers" (Jeff Beck version). www.rockguitaracademy.com
Taken from the Young Guitar Magazine (Japan) Issue May 2010. Special DVD featuring; Robert Marcello of Danger Danger.
Robert Marcello Demonstration #2 - ME-25 Theme
Check out Rob's Myspace page!
This is a very old video with an old digital camrecorder. sorry for the cheesy video format. This is a jam between Tyler (from Alive Inc) and Yann Negrit. This video was shot in june 2002.Tyler VS Yann jam june 2002
A part of Guthrie Govans Great song - Fives. this was recorded ages ago, in March this year, before all the other 'up to date' vids... so errm, my attempt was not that great, lots of little (Big) mistakes (like the very noticable out of tune bend at 30 sec's.. yeah I know).. but, Oh well!.. thought I'd upload it anyway... (probably not a good idea.. but hey)
1. the picture quality is terrible.. so shield you eyes.
2. the sound quality is also terrible, so plug in your ears (or have 'no' volume). *please pay attention to no. 2 - as your ears may possibly burst during the 37 seconds of this video. Thanks ;)
Joe Satriani, one of rock music’s most renowned guitarists, will debut the first track from his new album “Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards” exclusively on Planet Rock Radio on Monday September 13th.
The song “Light Years Away” will air alongside an exclusive interview on the Nicky Horne show between 6pm and 10pm.
Satriani’s highly anticipated 14th studio album “Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards” is released in the UK on Monday October 4th by Epic Records. The album dovetails Satriani’s autumn UK tour, that starts at the Manchester Apollo on Sunday October 17th. Planet Rock broadcasts nationally on DAB radio, Sky 0110, Virgin Media 924, Freesat 730 and online www.planetrock.com.
Shred Guitar Roundtable: Rusty Cooley, Oli Herbert, Mike Orlando, and Jeff Beasley
Greetings Premier Guitar fans and welcome to the Shred Guitar Roundtable! I’m Jeff Beasley and I’ll be your host for this evening’s festivities. You may know me from my “Lethal Guitar” column here in Premier Guitar, but I’m also a seasoned shredder from way back. I’ve brought some friends along to give you an awesome glimpse into the minds and licks of some of the top shredders in modern guitar. Rusty Cooley, Mike Orlando, and Oli Herbert will be joining me in this roundtable. Each one has provided video examples with corresponding tab and text explanations for every lick. more