Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Rick Graham: Eric Johnson tone quest - Cliffs of Dover

Eric Johnson tone quest - Cliffs of Dover solo by Rick Graham
Hi guys, if you have any thoughts on the tone, whatever it is, please post in the comments section. Cheers! Visit my T-Shirt store here: http://rick-graham.spreadshirt.co.uk/ HD guitar Lessons with me here: http://www.rick-graham.co.uk/hd-video-guitar-lessons-store.html Like my Facebook Fan page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rick-Graham/242827524717?ref=hl Hi guys, please visit my website where you can subscribe to receive free guitar/music resources: http://www.rick-graham.co.uk You can also purchase high quality full HD video lessons in the HD Video Lessons section:http://www.rick-graham.co.uk/hd-video-guitar-lessons-store.html I hope you enjoy this lesson and please leave a comment in the comments section if you have any requests. Tons more to come!

Jack Heath: Technical Difficulties -16 year old AIM student

16 year old AIM High student Jack Heath performs "Technical Difficulties" Check out our channel for more Jack Heath vids and lots more incredible talent from the Australian Institute of Music.

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Johnny Andrew: Swan Lake, Op20 / Act II - 18 guitar orchestra

by JohnnyAndrewMusic

This is a guitar cover of a scene from Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, Op20. Besides the drums and keys, there are 18 guitars in this recording and they all play melodies from the original orchestral score.
Also, my guitar is tuned one step down.
Enjoy and feel free to rate and comment!

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Claudio Pietronik,Vanny Tonon, Davide Montorsi: the Italian invasion - funking up the fusion

Italian Funk Fusion Jam - Vanny Tonon, Davide Montorsi, Claudio Pietronik
Hey there! This is our jam over Martin Miller's "Loud and Proud" backing track, from the "Laid Back Grooves" package (Jamtrackcentral.com). in order of appearance: Vanny Tonon: http://www.youtube.com/user/vannyguitar Davide Montorsi:http://www.youtube.com/user/daddone87 Claudio Pietronik:http://www.youtube.com/user/claudiopietronik Hope you like it and don't forget to subscribe! Cheers!

Dhalif Ali: Aladdin Disney A Whole New World

A whole new world

Andrea Maccianti: At The Beginning - dedicated to Eleonora

Andrea Maccianti - "At The Beginning"...
Presentazione di un mio brano...Questa la voglio dedicare a me e alla mia ragazza Eleonora... Present my song...I want to dedicate this to me and my girlfriend Eleonora

Danilo Ciamprone: The Faceless - Accelerated Evolution Video Contest

The Faceless - Accelerated Evolution Video Contest
Hi Headbangers! This video is for the Accelerated Evolution Guitar Contest: I'm covering this amazing Faceless track. I really enjoyed playing this song: The Faceless are definitely one of my favorite metal band. Gear Used: Ibanez Prestige RG 3550 MZ Pickups: DiMarzio AirNorton - True Velvet - ToneZone Fractal Axe FX II ErnieBall Strings .010 .046 I used Ziriyab pick by Essetipick I'm really happy to have the opportunity to submit my entry for the Accelerated Evolution video contest! If you'd like to keep in touch with me, please add me as facebook friend ;) http://www.facebook.com/danilo.ciampronerock

Feodor Dosumov: Masterclass in slap guitar


Drewsif Stalin,Nikki Simmons: Wrecking Ball - killer version of Miley Cyrus track

FREE DOWNLOAD! http://drewsifstalin.bandcamp.com/track/wrecking-ball-miley-cyrus-cover-feat-nikki-simmons The new Miley Cyrus single was so awesome I wanted to put my own spin on it, and Nikki Simmons was generous enough to lend her superb talent for this one! Check her out here: http://www.youtube.com/user/nikkivocals There are two homages to two different metal bands/musicians in this cover, first person to name them gets an internet cookie! I used my Ibanez RG2228 with Bare Knuckle Painkillers (bridge and neck) with a standard Ernie Ball 8 string pack. Fractal Audio Axe-Fx II for tone, Toontrack Superior Drummer 2.0 + Metal Foundry for drums. Filmed using Magic Lantern and Vision Color's VisionColor picture style on a Canon Rebel 600D/T3i through an Olympus OM 50mm f1.8 lens and a canon 18-55 f3.5 kit lens. Edited in Final Cut Pro 7. Colour Graded in Apple Colour.

Axel Weiss,Cheryl Pyle: A Pleasure - guitar and flute

A Pleasure (Cheryl Pyle - flute / Axel Weiss - guitars, art)
You are welcome to listen to our new intrinsic music.
Cheryl Pyle (New York City / USA) - flute, magic flow
Axel Weiss (Obernbreit / Germany) - guitars, mix / mastering, art
Art: Details from one of my paintings to Imanuel Kant's 'Transcendental Aesthetic'

Dallton Santos: Freak Guitar Finger Stretching

Freak Guitar Finger Stretching

http://www.dallton.com Time for fun with some long finger stretching over the fretboard making a metal theme
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Jack Gardiner: Superstition Jam - ready for some Skype lessons?

Superstition Jam (Canon 550D test)
So i've just got my new home studio set up. It's been a long time since i've posted on YouTube, but now i've got a Canon 550D, I'm going to be uploading more and more each week. I'm currently taking on Skype lessons too, so if you're interested please shoot me a message either on here, Facebook, or to metal182@blueyonder.co.uk Hope you guys enjoy! Cheers, Jack

Claudio Pietronik: guitar solo composed over Untouchable - Anathema

Claudio Pietronik - guitar solo composed over Untouchable PART 1 (Anathema)
Hello there! this is another guitar solo i composed over one song of this great band. Last time was Untouchable part 2, this time i recorded a guitar solo over the part 1, first track of the cd "Weather Systems". i'm simply having fun over this tracks, trying to insert something of mine over these songs, that i love so much! i know that the song doesn't have a guitar solo, and it's beautiful like it is.., but ..there's a few space and i thought .." why doesn't insert something of mine?" :)...and so it is! I really hope you enjoy it!

Ignazio Di Salvo: Freestyle shred - warming up

Ignazio Di Salvo - Freestyle shred

Yaakov Hoter: GypsyJazzSchool.com learn to play Gypsy Jazz like Django?

Yaakov Hoter
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I , Yaakov Hoter, at http://www.GypsyJazzSchool.com will teach you to play the guitar in a comprehensive, understandable, and unique teaching method.
You will learn everything you need to know from a beginning to an advanced level. I will not just give you licks or tricks on the guitar , I will teach you how to fully understand what you play so that you will be able to use it again in other styles of music. I will not give you a fish to eat , I will teach you how to fish so that you will be able to feed yourself for your whole life.

Dave Navarro: Jane's Addiction - Rockstar Uproar Festival - Chula Vista - Jack Lue Series

Jane's Addiction taken at the Rockstar Uproar Festival at Chula Vista on Sept. 15th, 2013  full series

Jack Lue Series. Jack is a pro photographer and can be found on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jack.lue All rights to images remain with Jack Lue and any posting requires appropriate attribution

Jane's Addiction is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1985. The band's original line-up featured lead singer Perry Farrell, guitarist Dave Navarro, bassist Eric Avery and Stephen Perkins, a drummer and percussionist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janes_Addiction

Rob Caggiano,Michael Poulsen: Volbeat - Monster Rock Allegiance Tour - The Hollywood Palladium - Jack Lue Series

Volbeat taken at The Hollywood Palladium on Sept. 16th, 2013 on the Monster Rock Allegiance Tour  full gallery

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Volbeat is a Danish metal band which was formed in Copenhagen. They play a fusion of rock and roll, heavy metal, schlager and rockabilly. They are inspired by classic rock and roll artists such as Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash, as well as modern hard rock, groove metal, alternative rock and hardcore groups. Their current line-up consists of vocalist and guitarist Michael Poulsen, bassist Anders Kjølholm, guitarist Rob Caggiano, and drummer Jon Larsen. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volbeat

Josh Pasley: Everyday Sidekicks - metalcore

Everyday Sidekicks was formed in March 2012 by Josh and Archie after their previous band broke up. Originally under the name 'A Day After Disaster' and set to a metalcore genre, they recruited frontman Greg Oldfield, and bassist Dan Gilbert before eventually settling on Post Hardcore. 

Playing shows through out the summer of 2012 with a handful of different guitarists, Everyday Sidekicks recorded their first E.P in September at Innersound Studios in York. This led to their first headline show and festival appearance in the months that followed.

In early 2013, Everyday Sidekicks headlined The Fleece and supported influences Cars On Fire at The Louisiana. In March they recorded their debut album 'Set Yourself Alight' at Anemic Studios with producer Kevin Peters, which then released 29th July on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and more.

After playing a huge show to over 1,000 people at Bristol's 02 Academy supporting Bam Margera from Jackass, Everyday Sidekicks are due to play shows all over the UK this Winter, before writing some new material for the new year. Watch this space!

Set Yourself Alight
The band
Greg Oldfield 
Archie Hatfield
Tim Brown 
Josh Pasley
Dan Gilbert 

1) Kingdoms
2) Ghosts
3) Hopeless Antics
4) Set Yourself Alight
5) Me Vs Godzilla
6) Be Careful What You Fish For
7) Save yourself
8) Circumstances
9) this Broken House Is Home
10) Post-it Notes
11) Speechless

Everyday Sidekicks - Kingdoms (Official Music Video)

Guthrie Govan: Guitar player interview - The new music may be even more difficult to categorize

Did you approach Culture Clash differently than the debut album?

Yes. It was definitely a different process, mostly because we learned so much when we did the first record. Initially, we didn’t really know each other that well, either personally or musically. We’d done one gig together and it felt so right that we wanted to explore the energy we had between us a little further—but when we went to record we really didn’t know what to expect. This time we felt comfortable stretching out more stylistically, because we were confident that the music would still be identifiable as us no matter how extreme we were, just given the chemistry we have and the interactive aspect of the performances. The new music may be even more difficult to categorize, but we aren’t going to lose any sleep over that. Also, this time we had a better idea of how to set everything up in the studio so we could get good isolation while at the same time maintaining a lot of eye contact, because we function best when we can see each other as clearly as we can hear each other

See full interview: http://www.guitarplayer.com/article/guthrie-govan-ascends-to-prog-rock-royalty-with-the-aristocrats/152745

Joe Chawki: available for guitar lessons - learn from a genuine monster player!

Joe Chawki
Guitar lessons guitar lessons guitar lessons! Wanna melt faces off with your licks of doom? Wanna get the ladies love beans a quiverin' with your lead guitar poses ? Come to the J-Man! Seriously peoples...who wants lessons? They're hot and ready...! If I like you...expect discounts. If I don't like you...expect a doubled rate!

Nili Brosh: solo album details coming soon?

Nili Brosh - photo Kamil Kowalski
When asked about Nili's upcoming new solo release, Nili responds
Nili Brosh I will make the details public soon, so please keep your eyes open!
The new band: Vigilant
The vigilant amongst us will know Nili has joined a new group called... Vigilant (did you see what I did here?). The band features Shrapnel bass maven Jon Reshard and stunning (and I mean stunning) vocalist Chloe Demetria.

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Jon Reshard and Nili Brosh
 Jon Reshard  Nili Brosh is definitely gonna give me a run for my $. It's gonna be a gas playing with her!!!

Andy James: Metal Edge - Unpredictable Leaps - Guitar Interactive lesson

Unpredictable Leaps - Sometimes it can be refreshing to break the old habit of playing licks and runs using notes that are followed by the next note of the scale and add some less predictable leaps into your playing. A good starting point to add flavours like this to your solos is using octave leaps.


Dusan Jevtovic: Am I Walking Wrong? new MoonJune release

Dusan Jevtovic: Am I Walking Wrong?
The spectacular international debut of Serbian guitarist, Dusan Jevtovic, is an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride: full of twists and turns that you never see coming. Am I Walking Wrong? showcases moments of immense raw, explosive power, interspersed with swatches of playful dissonance, contemplative ambiance, riveting r'n'b-tinged grooves, authoritative rock vamps, and more. The tight, abundantly-capable trio confidently stride through an engaging set of original barn-burners that are as catchy and accessible as they are spellbinding and unpredictable.

Dusan wastes no time in making it clear that he is a vastly accomplished player, with a host of brilliant tones in his arsenal. (.. to go a long with a big bag of tasty chops, no less!) Armed with a style and vocabulary most players would kill for (Oz Noy meets Robert Fripp, maybe? ...), he propels a session that continuously cooks on high heat, providing fans of stellar guitar work -- especially satisfying to any die-hard "tone freaks" -- plenty of choice morsels into which to sink their respective teeth.

Continually pushing the envelope throughout a set which features a stream of unique, intriguing compositions, Jevtovic delivers the sonic goods with a style and flair that is mesmerizing. With the dexterity of a master technician and the soul of a gypsy, his axe work is anything other than what you might expect, but always brilliantly-conceived and -executed. There are a ton of surprises lurking -- and they're all good!

Dusan Jevtovic - album intro + "In The Last Moment II"

Despite the songs' innate complexities and genre-blurring proclivities, his backup never fails to perfectly compliment affairs. (...and in terms of musical stylings, they cover a lot of ground here.) Clearly, this is Dusan's show, but wherever he ventures – and venture he does! – his band is always right there, in perfect lock-step with him.

The structures and themes featured on this album are refreshingly unorthodox, subtly sophisticated, and compelling. The trio handles tight corners effortlessly, and maneuvers assuredly around whatever obstacles get thrown into their path. (...and, in that regard, there never seems to be a shortage: these guys just don't sit still for very long!) Odd time signatures, sudden mood swings and radical changes of direction abound, but all are handled with an unshakeable grace and radiant poise. Without question, this is a group of highly-skilled musicians with tremendous chemistry who aren't afraid to frolic anywhere; nor are they even the slightest bit hesitant or intimidated by any such prospects.

Beyond meeting the rigorous demands of building off of such an aggressive, ambitious set of musical blueprints, Dusan and company genuinely sound like they are having a blast. Even in their most tense, suspenseful moments, there is still a sense of joy and inhibition that manages to seep through. This is progressive music at its most creative, and its most artfully- and skillfully-conveyed ... it just doesn't get any fresher or any more fun!

DUSAN JEVTOVIC TRIO - "Embracing Simplicity"

With this fabulous release, Dusan Jevtovic has immediately cast himself as a vital, articulate new voice on guitar – undeniably world-class, but nearly impossible to categorize or pigeon-hole. His style and voicings are not confined by genre, or even hampered by preconception, but wreak of a level of excellence and an insatiable creative genius that most of his contemporaries can only hope to one day attain. With this fabulous release, Dusan Jevtovic has immediately cast himself as a vital, articulate new voice on guitar -- undeniably world-class, but nearly impossible to categorize or pigeonhole. His style and voicings are not confined by genre, or even hampered by preconception, but wreak of a level of excellence and an insatiable creative genius that many of his contemporaries can only hope to one day attain. Guitarists this profoundly original, spontaneous and gifted don't show up too often.

On this album, Dusan Jevtovic is accompanied by Catalian fretless bass guitarist Bernat Hernandez (a well known on the local jazz and pop scene in Barcelona), and Serbian drummer, based in New York, Marko Djordjevic (“world class drummer” and “a true innovator”, as quoted by Modern Drummer Magazine), who has played on over 40 albums and has thousands of live performances to his credit -- having played with modern progressive icons such as Matt Garrison, Wayne Krantz, Jonah Smith, Gary Willis, Bill Frisell, Lionel Loueke, Aaron Goldberg, and others.

... and the results of the mergence of these three huge talents smacks as much of originality and finesse as it does enchantment and stylistic diversity.

Am I Walking Wrong?, Dusan's initial MoonJune Records release, is an advanced-level class in "Organic Chemistry" -- signaling even more new directions for the label (and progressive music!), and documenting another "coming out party" for yet more great emerging talent. This music is simply too good to be ignored. Fans of smokin' axe work will have plenty to savor here ... dig in, while it's hot!!


BERNAT HERNANDEZ: fretless bass guitar


Track Listing
1. You Can't Sing, You Can't Dance (4:19)
2. Am I Walking Wrong? (4:36)

3. Drummer's Dance (4:38)

4. One On One (4:51)

5. In The Last Moment II (4:09)

6. Embracing Simplicity (6:13)

7. Third Life (5:27)

8. Tra-Ta-Ta-Ta-Ta (0:52)

9. Bluesracho (2:23)

10. If You See Me Again (4:39)

News: SixString Book Giveaway! The 50 Greatest Guitar Books

SixString Book Giveaway! The 50 Greatest Guitar Books

The guitarist's app SixString, is giving away four copies of The 50 Greatest Guitar Books during the month of October. http://www.sixstring.com/50greatestguitarbooks/

Just download the app (which is awesome fun, think Youtube and Facebook, but just for guitar!): http://www.sixstring.com/

And "fan" The50GreatestGuitarBooks to be entered to win.