Sunday, 5 January 2014

Nick Kellie: Rig Rundown, Mesa Boogie Mark 5

Nick Kellie: me showing you my rig which includes a mesa boogie mark five

Rig Rundown, Mesa Boogie Mark 5

I Wayan Balawan,Guthrie Govan: Bali welcomes GG - mokos cafe ubud bali

the Amazing guthrie govan Bali visit!! jamming using balawan;s guitar but still incredible


amazing solo of guthrie govan when balawan inviting him to play at mokos cafe ubud bali .GG not even using his own guitar


I Wayan Balawan,Guthrie Govan: more playing from the Denpasar Festival

The amazing Guthrie Govan and Balawan, playing in Denpasar Festival

Balawan and Guthrie Govan

Guthrie Govan vs Balawan

Sapphire Ng: Wonderful Slippery Thing Promo Video

Behind-The-Scenes photos:

Sapphire Ng: Guitarist, Model, Dancer

Watch other guitar performances of Sapphire here:
Guitar cover of "The Chicken" (Jaco Pastorius)

Guitar cover of Candy Dulfer/Average White Band "Pick Up The Pieces":

Funk Skanking Technique:

Fusion Jazz, original composition written using Dbmaj7(#5) arpeggio & F Blues scale:

To read about Sapphire, the story of inspiration behind some of her compositions, articles on her guitars and guitar licks, go here:

Sapphire Ng MODELING:
SuperCars Photoshoot 2, advanced series of poses, featuring hot pink Nissan FairLady 350Z and electric blue Toyota MR-S

SuperCars Photoshoot 1: LAMBORGHINI SuperLeggara; TOYOTA MRS; HONDA S2000.

"Wonderful Slippery Thing" Sapphire Ng-Guitar Cover (Guthrie Govan) [Music Video]


Wonderful Slippery Thing (Guthrie Govan) - Sapphire Ng

Thiago Trinsi: Exivious Guitar Contest - another great solo!

Hi Folks! here I am playing a solo on this Track! I hope you like it!

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Here is the Promo Video:

On this instructional video Thiago Trinsi demonstrates examples for major, minor, dominant and also diminished arpeggios along with extended shapes including sweep picking, string skipping, alternate picking and even 2 hand tapping arpeggios! Each example is played in real time with a backing track and then demonstrated in a close up angle and slow. Designed for players of all levels, this instructional video will take you from the basics to a whole new level

Exivious Guitar Contest Entry - Thiago Trinsi

Tymon Kruidenier: Exivious and The Circle Pit guitar solo contest

Ron Jarzombek: I hate the word “shred”. And I'm not pulling any of this “speed” vs. “feel” crap.

The quest to become faster has killed a guitarist’s power of expression in songs to some extent. Honestly, where do you think music is heading these days, how do you see it in the future? With all the advanced technicality, theory, gadgets, more people getting into microtonal stuff, is it getting more difficult for a new age musician to come up with something fresh?

Ron: I hate the word “shred”. And I’m not pulling any of this “speed” vs. “feel” crap. You can have both, neither, or one or the other. I just think that writing, creating and just being musical is getting lost. I get so sick of all of these shred contests where guitar players play over some lame 4/4 track that someone else wrote and recorded, then post their “shred” online and think they are some great “musician”. How about work with a concept, do something interesting rhythmically, put some themes together, construct something with some substance, etc… Actually, I cringe when anyone calls me a “shredder”. If that implies that I occasionally play fast, OK fine, but please look into my writing, musical knowledge and my ability to work with concepts... Things that really make someone a guitarist/musician/composer. I just don't care to get lumped in with these speed demons who can’t even read music notation and don't know the purpose of a metronome. It really made my day several weeks ago when I saw an online clinic with Tosin Abasi (Animals As Leaders guitarist) and he stressed that learning theory and writing is very important to being a guitar player/musician.

As far as technology goes, I'm OK with that. I guess it started with synthesizers back when I was a kid, now you have instruments being played on iPhones. I understand that recording technology has improved drastically, and some people don't like it. It's just the way it is now. If it's there, take advantage of it. I remember the days very well though of me "punching in" with a foot pedal, wearing out analog tapes until they broke, etc... Now it's all so convenient. Back in the old days if you had a good take but thought you could do better, once you hit that record button your previous take is gone. Now you just hit undo, or save as another file/track. Pretty simple.

Read the full metal wani interview:

Ethan Brosh,Nili Brosh,Jon Reshard: Brick By Brick 2013

Brick By Brick: 1130 Buenos Ave. San Diego.Ca 92110
7 videos 26 minutes

Ethan Brosh,Nili Brosh: Brick By Brick 2013

Bruce Bouillet, Paul Gilbert: ready for Skype lessons, but is there a hidden, subliminal, message here [Racer X]?

Bruce Bouillet

Here is one from the Young Guitar Jan. 2014.
Now accepting new students via Skype. $40 an hour session.....all time zones 7 days a week ......PM me here for details or e-mail

TIS: Only time will tell...

Nico Schliemann: Ibanez - Glasperlenspiel - great solos

Glasperlenspiel - Freundschaft - Guitar Solo - Nico Schliemann

Glasperlenspiel - Wie ich nicht sein will - Guitar Solo - Nico Schliemann

Jam over a new song idea - Nico Schliemann

Alex Hutchings: AH6 Guitar Waghorn - More Than Words Can Say

Original Composition by Alex Hutchings. Published on Jan 4th 2014

Recorded With the AH6 Guitar by Waghorn, Dimarzio Pickups, Rotosound Strings. Laney IronHeart Amp and Roland Monitoring.

Andy Roger - Drums -
Bill Banwell - Bass -
Andy Novak - Keys -