Sir Christopher Lee Celebrates 90th Birthday by Releasing Heavy Metal Work
Tony Iommi: 12:50
Hedras Ramos Senior: 14:35
Richie Faulkner: 16:50
Hedras Ramos interview and solo: 17:24
"We'll burn the sky" Scorpions with Uli Jon Roth live. Zenith Nancy, France 02/06/2012
Scorpions - We'll Burn The Sky
Live in Nancy, Amphithéâtre Plein Air
Special Guest : Uli Jon Roth
Vidéo Multicam by darch59
My first guitar lesson for live4guitar :)This lesson is available for purchase via the link below.
Aimed at guitarists that have a good grasp on pentatonic scales and some
knowledge of modes and want to spice up there playing with some diatonic arpeggio ideas.
Lesson files include
8 slow close up videos (each full HD 1920 x 1072)
4 speed backing tracks
Full lesson mp3 track
Tab in GP5, GP6 and PDF
PDF lesson explanation
PDF arpeggio charts (C) COPYRIGHT ROBERTO RESTUCCIA 2012
Original composition by Roberto Restuccia
Nori Solo. During the jam of the Gamalon song 'High Contrast'
December of 2005?
Gamalon 'The Wait' pretty little tune written by Nori Bucci & Bruce Brucato (guitars)
also with Ted Reinhardt Drums and Tom Reinhardt on bass
show was 12-27-2005
Video by Jamgarden studio
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Live 4 Guitar: There are more and more girls out there eager to pick up a guitar. Many of them are shredding away in front of the camera in their bedrooms, but you are out there threading the boards with the good and the great. What made you pick up the guitar?
Nita Strauss: Thank you! I actually started out in music playing drums, then bass. It wasn't until I was a teenager and saw the Steve Vai scene from the movie Crossroads that I knew I wanted to play guitar. I haven't seriously pursued anything else since that day.
Live 4 Guitar: Do you have any formal guitar training?
Nita Strauss: None whatsoever. I used to watch John Petrucci "Rock Discipline" and Yngwie Malmsteen "Play Loud" almost every day. That's as close to formal training as I could ever afford.
"It's taken on the flavor of the old stuff in the way we put things together, but with a different look on it."
http://bit.ly/Subscribe_iGuitar_magazine An overview of the Tony Iommi Laney TI 100 amp at the 2012 MusikMesse. iGuitar magazine were at the 2012 Musikmesse festival & we catch up with Simon from Laney Amps who gives us a talk about the Tony Iommi TI 100.
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George Lynch, the charismatic lead guitarist for Dokken, Lynch Mob, and Souls of We, has just released his new four song solo EP, Legacy, celebrating his thirty years of guitar playing. It’s a fiery instrumental EP full of hard rock riffs and tremendous leads with a blues edge.
Legacy injects us with a supercharged dose of George’s signature style and proves, once again, why he’s one of the most respected guitar players of the last three decades! George is joined by Rev Jones on bass and Michael Frowen on drums for Legacy.
I had the chance to speak with one of my all time favorite guitarists, to find out about his new release, as well as follow-up on the status of his new band T &N with Ex-Dokken cohorts, Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown. On a side note, if you’re as big as fan of George as me, check out Rat Pak Records to see some special goodies they have for you when you purchase George’s new EP.
In this Interview with Montreality, Herman Li & Vadim Pruzhanov from DragonForce speak about:DRAGONFORCE x MONTREALITY /// Interview
- Their story (0:16)
- The type of students they were at school (0:30)
- Jobs they had as teenagers growing up (1:02)
- Their 1st big paychecks from the music industry (1:33)
- The key to success (1:49)
- Book they've been reading (2:37)
- What they would call their book, if they were to write one (3:10)
- What they have in their pockets (3:32)
- The reason why they don't have any tattoos (3:48)
- Bands they would like to collaborate with (4:10)
- What they think they were in previous lives (4:29)
- What keeps them motivated (4:47)
STAY CONNECTED WITH MONTREALITY
The Urban Authority across Canada.
Premier of Windows at the Blue Note: Tuesday, 13 June 2012
Wojciech Hoffmann probably needs no introduction to anyone. Poznan based musician, Turbo guitarist, present on the Polish music scene for many years. In June the artist celebrates 35 years in the music business. On this occasion, apart from the latest album "Macierzysteg" the band Turbo, Hoffmann made his latest solo project "Windows". Wojciech Hoffmann just started recording new material. The disc is recorded with an international composition - the drums play Atma Anura, the guitar - Neil Zaza, the keyboards, in addition to Slawek Belak, Tony MacAlpine, and young French bass guitar bassist Franck Hermanny. There will also be guests from Polish: Grzegorz Skawiński, Leszek Cichoński and Fawn. Wojciech Hoffmann announces himself: "This material is more progressive than the first solo album, the "Tree", and much more jazz rocky, but melodic." The world premiere of this material will take place June 13 2012 during a concert in Poznan, Blue Note. TICKETS: 20 zł - presale 30 zł - on the concert SALE: Blue Note, www.bilety24.pl , RockLongLuck, Municipal Information Center
Hi guys, just putting the MTM2 through its paces! Hope you like the music
|T-Rex Back On Track|
T-Rex "Back On Track" Contest
This is a first and only take, it is what it is..
Its fun to play over Milan Polak's backing tracks, thanks Milan!!
|T-Rex Back On Track|
Here´s my entry to the T-Rex "Back On Track Contest" ... it´s been a while since i don´t get into any competition, but i´ve found this backing track really fun to play over so ... here´s what i came up with ! I recorded it using a Vox Tonelab EX straight to an M-Audio Fast Track Pro.
Hope you dig it ! Enjoy !
The trillo is unveiled. A scientific breakthrough and musical masterpiece of the fine arts. It has evolved from three decades of intense research and two previous patents for methodology and design. U.S. pioneer patents #4,993,300 for methodology and #281,700 for design.
A natural all wood instrument of music, that has a new expanded method of playing with both hands upon the fretboard. Spoon curved wings, a belly, a chin, scrolls, and a sleek diamond shaped acoustical body with a hollow upper string chamber instead of a bridge, that encompasses a driving force of natural chorus sound with four strings. A hollow neck with inner vibrant wooden pressure bows, that are threaded through the hollow neck of the fingerboard which is opened up by a frequency pattern taken from the tuning of the strings, that produces a unique sound in five repeating symbols termed the flag system. The flags expand music theory in the same physical space over octaves, uniting both hands together by depolarizing the fingers from octave separation which has evolved into the “Expansion Principle.”
The new fine art solo instrument the classical "trillo" is only 9.5 inches longer than a full sized violin, and weighs only a mere 2.85 pounds, and is made with the same high quality as a Stradivarious violin.
The tone bow that reverberates inside the neck creates a vibration under the fretboard to literally transfer sound into the artist's hands. The Tralian trillo prototype is the first of it’s kind, and subsequent instruments will be made for the philharmonic and symphony orchestras of the future, intended to be played collectively in numbers like the violin. The trillo is in the guitar family, but is not a guitar, and is not predominantly a tapping instrument. The unique method of playing is termed "trilling".
The trillo is an all wood classical instrument that has a hollow neck and body, thin like an eggshell and has harmonically tuned apertures, it has a natural chorus drive system for sound, and is supported by three wooden internally resonant ebony bows. The body is diamond shaped, and perfectly counterbalanced in a vertical position, and rests upon the lap, devoid of a strap. It is a fretted four string solo instrument played by conjoining both hands in interactive trilling. The prototype is made from purple heart and ebony wood, and has it’s own natural pigmentation. The trillo is based upon it’s own authentic art, original method, and sublime sound.
The basic understanding of it’s music theory brings about an expansion of new musical proportions in the same physical space over the octaves which is based upon a collection of acoustical sharps that are gathered together into isolate symbols called flags. Each “flag”, a total of five, relocates music theory distance by repeating flags at different expanded intervals, which opens up a larger musical space once assigned for one hand fingering across octave parameters. This arc or elliptical sequence re-structures the fretboard area into flag distances apart, which also reveals new types of scales (termed orbital and ellipticals). The flag shapes are a reflection taken from the tuning or frequency pattern of the sharps, each is a tonal aperture, and unlike the guitar, the trillo's tuning is set into place and cannot be changed.
The harmonic apertures are directly proportionate to where the notes are played upon the fingerboard, which produces a unique sound in the acoustic, as the pitch of the note attracts to the area where the note is being played for the first time on a string instrument. The instrument’s resulting distinctive sound is like the ping of fine crystal that sustains notes at various points and allows for vibrato. Sound is brought directly up from the harp like string chamber through the fingerboard and literally into the artist’s hands, and strong vibrations can be felt over the entire surface of the instrument.
The artist then redefines the depolarization of the hands instead of a separation of assignment, and blends them into a singularity with each other. Juxtapositions, and larger dispersions cause the hands to reverse and exchange positions and intonate into each others space, producing a different type of musical structure vastly different from conventional guitar type patterns. The trillo was designed to be played with sustained vibrato and veers away from chords and strumming.
some footage second gig with te guys from the project PALPATINE at the GUITARMATRIX in Amsterdam june 9-2012..cheers, joop
keys: Erik van Ittersum
Bass: Bjorn van der Ploeg
Drums: Eelco van der Meer
Guitars: Joop Wolters
|Guitar Playback and Palmer Melodic Backing Track Challenge|
For lessons with me: http://www.yiannispapadopoulos.grGuitar Playback and Palmer Melodic Backing Track Challenge Entry -Yiannis Papadopoulos
Hello guys!!This is my entry for the Guitar Playback and Palmer Melodic Backing Track Challenge. This wonderful backing gives you the space to create beautiful melodies.No fast runs or chromatic licks on this one. It's all about the atmosphere. Hope you like it!
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|Guitar Playback and Palmer Melodic Backing Track Challenge|
Here is my entry into the "Guitar Playback and Palmer Melodic Backing Track Challenge". Sorry for the poor recording quality. I still havn't received my Beringer interface, for direct recording. So all I could use was the microphone from my webcam and the quality does leave something to be desired. I had alot of fun working with this track, as its a lot different, to the type of music I normally play with