Monday, 11 January 2016
Jacek Krolik, Jakub Żytecki: Washburn Parallaxe Artists shredding up some short scaled Oscar Schmidt acoustic guitars
Jacek Krolik and Jakub Zytecki having fun together checking out some short scaled Oscar Schmidt by Washburn classical guitars.
Washburn Parallaxe Artists Jacek Krolik and Jakub Zytecki
Washburn Parallaxe Artists Jacek Krolik and Jakub Zytecki
First time I saw Luís Kalil play live and kid doesn't just noodle... he plays the whole of Speed Metal Symphony!! Just insane...
Raw video straight from the camera
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Luís Kalil: Speed Metal Symphony Laney Booth 2015
Baiju Dharmajan and Mattias Eklundh came together for an impromptu jam at Calcutta School of Music, Kolkata during Mattias' India Tour.
Baiju Dharmajan and Mattias Eklundh jamming
Andy James, Bryden Lewis: Jam at Furtado's guitar clinc, Bangalore, India
Andy James & Bryden Lewis Jam@Furtado's guitar clinc,Bangalore
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The 'Secret' to my Guitar Technique
Many people out there have asked me about this technique, so I decided to make a video explaining what it is, why I'm using it and developing to my playing, and how it works!
Luís Kalil - Reverse Tapping
Adam Ironside: Finding Motivation - how to stay motivated when you are not feeling much like playing guitar
This week I answer a question from MetalRhoads on finding motivation and how to stay motivated when you are not feeling much like playing guitar.
Adam Ironside: Finding Motivation
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So unusual is Ian Ethan Case's instrument and his related playing style that these aspects are what first grab attention. So let's talk instead about the listening experience. In an hour and a half of music on two discs, Run Toward the Mountains is a sonic feast, an epic journey both aurally and conceptually. Part I, "Migration," has six pieces, only one as short as 5 minutes; Part II, "The Infinite Race," has five pieces that range in length from 7 to over 12 minutes. Each piece is a mini-symphony that holds the attention fully. On these free-form compositions there's a sense of discovery and exploration, as if they are being invented as you are listening -- and in fact Case has said that his ideas often occur unintentionally, in an organic way out of his practicing, and later are refined and shaped to define his ideas. The pieces are arresting, often surprising, whether slow, quiet meditations ("The Comforter;" "The Gift"), more melodic ("The Circle"), or feverishly paced ("The Centrifuge" or "Aftershocks"). The hallmarks of his style are its intensity, fluidity, and precision; rhythmic and compositional complexity; and percussive effects. Then there's the instrument: Case plays a double-neck guitar with a 12-string neck on top and a 6-string on the bottom, allowing for a big orchestral sound. He also plays with looping to add layers, such as on "Ridgeline," with its breathtaking jazzy lines. Watching him perform has apparently left audiences astonished, and luckily, there are online videos of his playing, so listeners can appreciate how groundbreaking his music is. Witness the wow factor of "Butter II," where his left hand is doing lightning-fast hammer-ons on the top neck while the right is doing percussive legerdemain on the bottom, or that of "Who's There?," where he plays intricate runs of hammer-ons with contrasting rhythms on both necks simultaneously - without sacrificing the beautiful melodic line - capping it all off with shimmering harmonics. Case has said that to him, music is one infinite web in which he's trying to discover the points of connection. These questing aims and ideas are manifest in the interwoven strands and sounds of Run Toward the Mountains, a major achievement which is sure to confirm Case among the ranks of significant artists at work today. © Céline Keating - Minor 7th
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Ian Ethan Case - The Gift - (18-String Guitar)
Here is my take over Jamtrackcentral.com - Jam Of The Month January 2016
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ARMI Australian Rock & Metal Institute recently had the absolute pleasure of presenting 'An Evening With Plini & Troy Wright', August 20th 2015 at ARMI Headquarters in Adelaide, SA. It was an awe inspiring night, up close and personal with two of Australia's finest musicians.
Cherri had a chat to the lads at ARMI after the Master Class about their current Australian tour, Australian music and more.
Includes live footage of Plini and Troy performing "Paper Moon", from Plini's latest release "The End of Everything".
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Super hot take of ‘Blues Route’ by Jan Akkerman and band, perfect chemistry with saxophone player Benjamin Herman, performing at the wonderful MEZZ venue in Breda, The Netherlands on Friday, January 8th, 2016.
Benjamin Herman – saxophone
Jan Akkerman - guitar
Coen Molenaar - keyboards
David De Marez Oyens - bass
Marijn van den Berg - drums
JAN AKKERMAN BAND WITH BENJAMIN HERMAN, ‘BLUES ROUTE’ MEZZ BREDA 2016
Steve Marchena and Jon Finn Cover "Cavatina" (Theme from "The Deer Hunter"). The original was performed on nylon string classical guitars with an orchestra. It's beautiful, and you should check it out! Meanwhile, we thought it sounds nice on electric Guitars too, so we tried it. Enjoy!
Steve Marchena and Jon Finn Cover "Cavatina" (Theme from "The Deer Hunter")
Six Minutes in Cminor Steve Marchena and Jon Finn