Monday, 20 April 2015
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Daisuke Kurosawa (Gt)
Tetsuya Ueda (Ba)
Hiroshi Matsuo (Dr)
Live at Silver Elephant Tokyo
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Moving Around "E" - Alex Argento (Full Band Cover by Daisuke Kurosawa Progressive Band)
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Musikmesse 2015 - BOSS SY-300 guitar synth demo REVOLUTIONARY
[NEW VIDEO] UMI2 Track 1: Silverback - SOLO and Lesson (excerpt)
In this video Andy plays the complete solo from 'Silverback' and you get a peek of the first few mins of the 'in-depth' lesson!!
All this and so much more in the course, with a total running time of 142 mins!
Over 2 HOURS of HD footage and all the TABs, PDFs, Guitar Pro files, backing tracks, extended backing tracks, audio solo tracks and EVEN MORE with the BONUSES!!
Ready to learn how to create your own blistering solos? Learn Andy's personal approach, thought process and techniques!
5 'In Depth' Lessons
5 Backing Tracks
5 'Extended' Backing Tracks
5 PDF's with 100% accurate transcriptions + analysis
5 Guitar Pro files (lead + rhythm parts)
OVER 2 Hours of HD Video Material
Learn more than just the solos Andy plays, he teaches his approach to each track so you can create your own blistering solos!
BONUS #1 - Over 100 Fretboard Charts, Scales, Modes, Arpeggios
BONUS #2 - FREE Access to 'Andy James Live' monthly webinars!
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Track 1 - Silverback (32:54)
Track 2 - Recoil (40:12)
Track 3 - Quarterised (27:38)
Track 4 - Ethereal (21:32)
Track 5 - Shadow Company (29:06)
Total running Time Approx - 142 minutes
Ultimate Metal Improvisation - Volume 2
Andy James UMI2 Track 1: Silverback - SOLO and Lesson (excerpt)
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This is from my performance at the O2 Academy in Liverpool.
It was an honor and pleasure to be on that stage, being the opening act for GUNS 2 ROSES and bringing some Progressive Metal on stage!
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Impellitteri present 'Venom', the new video featuring the track taken from the upcoming album of the same name, 'Venom'. Pre-order 'Venom' at iTunes now and get 'Empire of Lies' & 'Face the Enemy' instantly - http://radi.al/Venom
“Venom” is IMPELLITTERI’s tenth full length studio album and is a record filled with addictive and memorable riffs, guitar solos that feature Chris Impellitteri’s blistering shredding technique coupled with strong melody and taste. Rob Rock vocals are mesmerizing, melodic, and will make the listener sing along with each song long after the record is over. Lastly, the band boggles the mind with brutal drumming (featuring John Dette, ex TESTAMENT, SLAYER etc) filled with speed and groove and beastly bass playing (curtesy of James Pulli) that supports IMPELLITTERI’s sonic madness! The result is a record that excites and musically satisfy every Metal and Rock fan, and every musician around the world.
To add to their quest, IMPELLITTERI also wanted to create music that would take the listener on a musical journey through different time periods of metal and rock.
Chris Impellitteri is heralded as one of the world’s greatest guitar shredders. He has won Best Rock Guitarist Awards on several magazines during the years for his guitar soloing. He is the first guitarist to be branded as the fastest guitarist in the world by the international media. Recently and without any promotion, Impellitteri was officially voted 2nd fastest guitarist in the world by “Guitar One” magazine; and “Guitar World” magazine recently listed Chris Impellitteri within their top 50 fastest guitarists of all time!
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Impellitteri - Empires of Lies (Official / New / Studio Album / 2015)
Scott Mishoe the shredder that impressed Guthrie Govan.
From the original interview by http://didattica.accordo.it/article.do?id=83115
Scott Mishoe is a guitar player that in the mid 90s released “Omnidirectional”. This album became a must have for the niche Shred guitarists. An album that was an exasperated synthesis of all things that were done in the shred guitar, and in some way also define the top of the extreme Instrumental guitar. The trend at that time was leading towards different musical genre: for instance the Grunge wiped off all guitar stunts, and there wasn’t any interest in “crazy instrumental parts”. In the last few years Mishoe had a great come back after been mentioned in various interviews from the guitar wizards Govan and Broderick, who mentioned his name as one of their inspirations. Now Scott is back in the Guitar Community, he is getting back his musical catalogue, releasing various instructional methods and showing of his brand new guitar endorsement from Italian MOV guitars.
Gianni Rojatti: Your album “Omnidirectional” is still one of the most extreme instrumental albums in the history of the Shred genre. Tell us a bit of your Music path and how this album has born.
Scott Mishoe: My musical path has started around 7 years old when my older brother Keith, who was a good guitar player, hooks me up to the guitar. Then my other brother Keith brought me to my first concert which was Van Halen at the Hampton Coliseum in Virgina. At that time Van Halen was at the top of his popularity, and I loved him, I did want to play like him. I did know all their albums and the track “Eruption” which was the instrumental track of their first album just blow my mind.
So when I saw him playing it live I understood that I wanted to become a Professional guitar player. I started practising from 8 to 10 hours a day and I used to play the music cassettes at half of the speed to learn the solos note by note. Obviously my first track learnt was “Eruption”! After that my brother introduced me to other 3 guitar players that blow my mind, which were Yngwie Malmsteen, Jason Becker and Allan Holdsworth which is still on top of my list.
Although my young age, studying and listening to these guitar players brought me to work on my own distinctive personal style. All that hard work led me and my first demos to grab the attention of Mr. Mike Varney. Mike was a very important producer that had discovered many guitar players such as Paul Gilbert, Jason Becker and Yngwie Malmsteen among others...His label was the one that between the 80’s and 90’s produced most of the Shred Albums that mess up the guitar world: McAlpine, Kotzen, Becker, Racer X... First Mike spoke about me in his column on the Guitar Player magazine, and then he inserts me on a compilation called “Ominous Guitarist From The Unknown”.
I was 18 years old and been featured in that compilation has been a turn over for my career. I gained an Endorsement with Fender which gave me a HM Strat and started collaborating with a great bass player, Ray Riendeau. With Ray I started writing lot of material and rehearsing like mad. One of our songs called “Mal-Funk-Shen” grabbed the attention of Mike’s brother Mark Varney. Mark too was in the music business focusing on Shred Guitar but with a more appealing label focusing more on the fusion genre, the Legato Records which released albums for names like Brett Garsed, Frank Gambale and Shawn Lane.
With them we signed a contract for the release of my first album “Omnidirectional” in 1995 of which I very proud of. Ray and I did put all our passion and energy in the album and even after twenty years is still a reference for many guitar players. After that album, Ray and I still worked together on the next album called “Chronic Insomniac” which showed the rocking side of my soul.
Gianni Rojatti: After that, you totally disappeared from the music scene. what happened?
Scott Mishoe: Yes is true, from one point to another the situation in the Instrumental guitar music business has drastically changed and affected all aspects of the business. At that stage I did decided to disappear from the scene and keep working really hard on my music. At the end I decided to become a totally independent artist that produce, promote and sell his music on my own.
Gianni Rojatti: Everyone defines you for your slap technique applied on the guitar. Even Guthrie Govan mentioned you as part of his study and inspiration. Could you tell us how did you developed the technique?
Scott Mishoe: I’m a friend of incredible bass player like Victor Wooten, Reggie Wooten and Ray Riendeau. I always love to listen and watch them playing and experiment with that technique. So I decided to try it and experiment it on the guitar. At first, asking bass player for advice, and then checking videos. After a while I decided to stop transposing bass ideas on the guitar and start working on a unique and distinctive approach. So I started writing my own riffs and groove ideas, practising a lot to make them sound round, soft and smooth. I did spend a lot of time on it because I thought it was something really new and unique on the guitar. My main ambition has always been to be as unique and distinctive as possible, creating my own voice on the instrument and also to play as no one else, so the slap technique was the right way. I really think that I'm if not the first one, one of the first one that played with this approach and I'm really glad for been mentioned by Guthrie Govan as an inspiration for his slap technique.
Gianni Rojatti: Could you give some advice for those who want to study some of your crazy playing...
Scott Mishoe: Two simple but really important advices play and study very slowly. Every time you grab your guitar and you start your daily practice routine, start with some exercises at half speed and then slowly, slowly bring your metronome on higher speed. The next advice would be to have some small breaks of 10, 15 minutes especially if you are going to have some very long practice routine. Try always not to over work your muscles!!
Gianni Rojatti: Do you follow the instrumental music?
Scott Mishoe: Of course I follow the instrumental music. There are plenty of good guitar player out there. From those that I'm enjoying listening often there is actually Guthrie Govan, he is phenomenal and a genius. Then I also love listen to sax players and piano players too. Coltrane stays one of my favourite, I am always astonished by the way he plays and improvise over chord changes. I do listen also to classical music and I love the violin players. Hilary Hahn for example is an incredible violinist. Then I can't not mention Shawn Lane who was a real genius, I love him. So I listen to lots of music, and keeping an open mind to various genres is one of the best things to create your own individual style.
Gianni Rojatti: Scott, at moment, you are endorser of a Italian handmade guitar brand (MOV guitars), how did you discover them?
Scott Mishoe: I discovered them though some videos of Fabrizio Leo. He is a great guitar player, and beside his great work I was shocked by the sound quality of these instruments. So I start researching what guitars Fabrizio was playing and I discover MOV guitars. I contacted the builder Marco and I found a great person, he is a workaholic that his goal is to create the best instruments possible. I'm extremely happy of the SP 24 Viola model Guitar, a versatile instrument, higher quality level which helps you to give your best! I'm lucky and honoured to play and endorse such a great guitar.
Gianni Rojatti: What are you working on at the moment?
Scott Mishoe: I'm spending a lot of energy on the Teaching aspect. I give guitar lessons on Skype and I did release few instructional methods focusing on the tapping technique and also show some of my best chops. Anyone interested can directly contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks From Gianni Rojatti's interview on Accordo.it, kindly translated by Kevin Serra.
Sean Chiodo - Rhythm Guitar
Dustin Behm - Lead Guitar
Danny Belthius - Vocals
Johannes Jans - Drums
Guitar playthrough of Increate's first single "The Moment of Death" by Sean and Dustin. 8 string technical death metal from Portland, Oregon. Thanks for watching!
INCREATE - The Moment of Death Guitar Playthrough
Alright guys, I was eagerly waiting for a few weeks now to give you the official news:
I now endorse Ibanez Guitars exclusively! I'm super stoked about this relationship and can't tell you guys how excited I am not only to play some of their finest instruments but to also be welcomed into a company, that truly respects and looks after their artists. I'm sure we as partners will have many great projects in the pipeline for the future.
The guitar you see in this picture is the brand new RG652k with DiMarzio humbuckers, original edge trem, basswood body, etc. What can I say? This thing plays and sounds like an utter dream. I got it along with a few other very nice axes, which I'm going to reveal very soon. Also, later in the year I'll receive some truly special instruments, watch this space!
Special thanks to Hiroki Rocky Oda for putting his trust into me and Stephan Killermann and Meinl Distribution - Großhandel für Musikinstrumente for providing the best local support a lil' guitar player like me could ask for! Mad props go to Dirk Kaltenhäuser for his wonderful photography. Here's to the future!!!
Would be nice to win a new guitar. :)
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Max Rufo takes care of Luis' guitars
Lyric ESP Teenage Guns Entry - Luis Galang
Kick It All Over from the album Greg Howe(1988), written and played by Greg Howe, covered by Shani Kimelman.
Greg Howe - Kick It All Over (cover by Shani Kimelman)
Jen Majura: plays a cover version of the classic track Party in Simon's Pants (Steve Lukather)
Jen Majura plays.... Party in Simon's Pants (Steve Lukather)
Imagens do 4º dia de gravação do DVD Lari Basilio ao vivo.
Recording Scenes - Day 4.
DVD Lari Basilio - Teaser Dia 4 - #newalbumLariBasilio2015
The great Allan Holdsworth with drummer extraordinaire Virgil Donati reviewing new music for Allan's Pledge Music Campaign "Tales from the Vault"
Allan Holdsworth Sessions with Virgil Donati 4/14/15
Greg Howe: Howe Feraud Schmitt at Musikmesse 2015 - Sunny
Greg Howe: Howe Feraud Schmitt at Musikmesse 2015 - Sunny
Ola Englund "Musikmesse Frankfurt" 17.04.2015 - Part 1
Ola Englund "Musikmesse Frankfurt" 17.04.2015 - Part 2
Hungarian DV MARK artist, István Alapi plays Spain /C.Corea/ in Musikmesse Frankfurt at DV MARK booth with Multiamp and a 4x12' DV Mark cabinet.
Recorded and edited by Christeve27
István Alapi at DV MARK booth, Musikmesse Frankfurt 04.17.2015.
This is the Video Example 7 to my upcoming August 2014 Instant Shredding Column in Germany's biggest Guitar Magazine "Gitarre & Bass".
This Lick utilized the F# Lydian b7 and C Mixolydian Scale over a static C7 Riff. This idea is based on the tritone substitution principle.
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The Devil's Jump Part 1! Tritone Substitution for Rock/ Metal and Shred Guitar
C Major Pop Rock Improvisation, live recording played with my Suhr Classic Antique through LINE6 POD X3
Jack Thammarat's C Major Pop Rock Improv
20 Diverse Fusion Licks
Andre Nieri debuts with some incredibly diverse and versatile fusion licks that will expand your creativity and help you find your own voice on the instrument. These licks will help build your fusion repertoire, maintain and grow your chops while inspiring fresh ideas both melodically and rhythmically. Mastering these licks will equip you with a vast number of fusion concepts and techniques used by all the Fusion greats! A must have!
Andre says ‘I like to push the limits of my playing, always experimenting with new ideas and concepts … I like to be as versatile as possible in this package a lot of stuff such as expressive bluesy melodic lines, fast finger picking, alternate/economy picking, syncopated double stops and so on.’
Theoretically, when you really start to break down Andre's incredible licks you'll find all sorts of gems including; chromatic movement, tritone substitutions, altered dominant scales, Lydian Dominant scales, Dorian Modes, minor pentatonic and blues scales, wide interval licks, diminished-flavoured licks, plenty of fast passages and some tasteful wide stretched arpeggios!
There is a lot to learn from these licks, and this is just the start! Once you have mastered these licks keep checking back for future new content from the incredible Andre Nieri!
As ever, we have accurately transcribed every note and included the TAB/notation in the download, full backing tracks, audio solos and track notes.
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