Thursday, 20 November 2014
Guitarist Mando Padilla performs his composition "Sounds of Light" using a Dean RC 8-string guitar, a Carvin SX-200 amp and a pedalboard of assorted effects
Mando Padilla Sounds of Light
Ripping playing from Ulisses Miyazawa - Ronnie James Dio & Yngwie Malmsteen (DREAM ON) -
Ronnie James Dio & Yngwie Malmsteen (DREAM ON) - Ulisses Miyazawa
The 2014 MIA awards were held last night at the The Park Plaza Riverbank, London. For the third consecutive year, Orange Amplification won the Total Guitar, Guitar Amplifier of the Year award and this year it was for the British designed and built Orange Dual Dark 50.
Launched at Winter NAMM 2014, the Dual Dark 50 and Dual Dark 100 build on the Dark Terror tone and brings a completely new voicing to the Orange amp range. It has been critically acclaimed by media all over the world and Total Guitar when reviewing the amplifier said “It is a Pro-level amp for players who are serious about getting heavy, and nobody does heavy quite like Orange”. iGuitar magazine also said ""I don't believe the 'perfect' amp exists but the Dual Dark comes frighteningly close.""
The event was attended by dignitaries from across the music industry, with the majority of awards being voted for by the general public with over 29,000 votes received. This annual award ceremony celebrates the best people, products and companies in the UK MI industry and in 2011 presented Orange founder and CEO, Cliff Cooper with the prestigious Living Legend award.
Orange Amplification Technical Director, Ade Emsley commented, “I am deeply honoured to be a part of a hat trick of wins for Orange, following on from the success of the Jim Root Terror in 2012 and the OR100 in 2013. My sincere thanks go out to the readers of Total Guitar and the general public for their appreciation of the Dual Dark 50.”
Cliff Cooper added: “We have a great team here at Orange and it takes everyone working together to deliver the product, service and support that our company works so hard to achieve. We are extremely proud to receive this award and express our sincere gratitude to all of those who voted for the Orange Dual Dark Amplifier”.
To find out more about Orange Amplification please visit https://www.facebook.com/OrangeAmps and https://www.orangeamps.com/
Circuits grids, data transmission tunnels...
This song is a tribute to all 80's computer-like movies, games and concepts! Enjoy!
Original Music by Neon Thunder. All rights belong to their respective owners. This is Fab Muratori's new instrumental project, 80's retro revival stuff with some synthesizer and guitar shreddin here and there, enjoy!
Fab Muratori: Break the Nexus -
Arcade Messiah release new song "Sun Exile" online
ARCADE MESSIAH release second track online from debut album
""Sun Exile"" can be heard at - https://soundcloud.com/arcademessiah/sun-exile
""SUN EXILE"" is the opening track from the highly anticipated album ""ARCADE MESSIAH"",
ARCADE MESSIAH is a new Metal/Stoner/Prog hybrid Instrumental Project from John Bassett (the singer, songwriter and producer of UK Progressive Rock Band KingBathmat)
""Arcade Messiah"" is released on December 1st on Stereohead Records.
Pre-Order - https://arcademessiah.bandcamp.com/releases
Arcade Messiah combines elements of Metal, Stoner, Doom, Prog, Math rock, and ambient post rock into a sonic maelstrom of seven instrumental songs.
John Bassett: ""after writing and producing numerous KingBathmat albums and more recently the acoustic solo album ""Unearth, I decided I wanted to create my first instrumental album, and I wanted it to be set, audibly and visually in a dark, bleak apocalyptic aura of despair and anger. I wanted to focus on enormous riffs & sorrowful yet powerful musical refrains and place them within a terrain of unusual time signatures interspersed by moments of psychedelic calm.""
Arcade Messiah Album Preview
Jazz funk fusion band PhunkYard live in Santa Monica 11-11-14
Upcoming shows: http://www.robgarland.net
Al Garcia - Bass
Greg Eldik - Sax
Roger Fletcher - Trumpet
Rob Garland - Guitar
Angelo Frisina - Drums
TrueFire Instructor Rob Garland's online classroom "Guitar Babylon:"
Inspired by fine musicians such as Gary Moore, Steve Lukather, Greg Howe, Guthrie Govan, Buzz Feiten, Jaco Pastorius, Michael Brecker, Larry Carlton, Scott Henderson, Edward Van Halen, Jimmy Herring, Eric Johnson, Steve Morse and many more.
Rob's other YT videos include:
Sweep Picking Arpeggio Lesson
Melodic Soloing With Chord Tones Lesson
Improvisation Phrasing Lessons (Blues-Funk-Fusion)
Fingerpicking & Acoustic Blues
Improvising Over Backing Tracks:
Slow Modal Fusion
Tribute To Gary Moore
Arpeggios From The Pentatonic Scale
Diminished & Melodic Minor Over The Blues
PhunkYard Live @TRiP Santa Monica 11-11-14 Jazz Funk Fusion R'nB Rob Garland Guitar TrueFire
Bartek Beben - Attempt At Communication - Album Preview
19th November 2014 Release
01. Rupture The Limbs Of Your Martyr
02. Mother's Daughter
03. Rest In Peace
04. Short Love Story
05. This Is The End
06. Cowboys Legacy
Guest vocals Natalia Rozanska & Cz Arny (Wojciech Hatlas).
Album artwork by http://www.flickr.com/photos/mindaugasdanys/
Bartek Beben @ 2014
Bartek Beben - Attempt At Communication - Album Preview
Don Airey, Neil Murray and Vinny Appice guest on new Wallner/Vain album
"Press Release: Don Airey, Neil Murray and Vinny Appice guest on new Wallner/Vain album
'Will Wallner & Vivien Vain' will release their new album 'The Battle of Clyst Heath' via Wormholedeath Records on November 11th. The album features guest musicians Don Airey, Neil Murray and Vinny Appice.
'The Battle Of Clyst Heath' draws heavily from British hard rock influences such as Rainbow, Thin Lizzy and Deep Purple. Guitarist Will Wallner and vocalist Vivien Vain handle all the guitars and vocals respectively with former White Wizzard drummer Giovanni Durst and current DIO Disciples bassist Bjorn Englen providing the rhythm section to the majority of the songs.
The album opens with a unique guitar rendition of the theme track to cult science fiction film 'Blade Runner' originally by Greek composer Vangelis. The songs which follow are inspired by events in British history during 'The Wars of the Roses'.
The album closes with a special tribute to guitarist Gary Moore featuring Gary's former band mates Don Airey and Neil Murray alongside drummer Vinny Appice. Their cover of 'The Loner' draws heavily from live bootlegs and is a more traditional blues rendition of the original Gary Moore version.
For more information including cover art and track listing go to: www.wallnervain.com"
|Will Wallner: The Battle Of Clyst Heath|
1) Blade Runner
2) The Wars Of The Roses
3) Visions Of Home
4) Eye Of The Storm
5) Black Moon
6) You Won't Take Me Alive
7) The Battle Of Clyst Heath
8) The Loner
Vivien Vain: Vocals
Will Wallner: Guitars
Bjorn Englen: Bass
Giovanni Durst: Drums
Vinny Appice - Drums on tracks 4, 8
Carmine Appice - Drums on track 5
Tony Franklin - Bass on track 5
Neil Murray - Bass on track 8
Don Airey - Keys on track 8
Buy Now: iTunes - CD Baby - Signed CD From Wallner/Vain
Will Wallner & Vivien Vain - The Wars Of The Roses
Adam Moore: 1967 Teisco Del Rey ET460 - Does It Shred?
1967 Teisco Del Rey ET460... The ultimate shred machine, apparently.
Dmitry Andrianov demos the Walker A&E - Analog octave machine
Black Guts Jam - Walker A&E - Analog octave machine
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A new song that'll probably end up on my next solo album. Alot of fun to improvise over the pedal point section before the harmonies set in the second time. Drums programmed in Logic Pro X, all guitars are into a RME Babyface and then Logic's amp sims. Enjoy!
Carl Mörner Ringström - A Crippling Fear Of Heights