Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Joey Concepcion: Improvising for a Jazz Fusion Backing Track

Just having some fun Improvising for a Jazz Fusion Backing Track,

Using my This Space For Rent Strat and Kemper

Recorded February 28 2016

Improvising for a Jazz Fusion Backing Track

Yngwie Malmsteen: Priest Of The Unholy HD

Yngwie Malmsteen: Priest Of The Unholy HD

Incredible Performance Yngwie Malmsteen Priest Of The Unholy HD

Kelly Simonz: Far Beyond The Sun

A cover song of Yngwie than transcendence seminar which was held at Shimamura musical instrument Urawa Parco shop visit.

Far Beyond The Sun (Yngwie Malmsteen) peformed by Kelly SIMONZ

Nicolas Pirlet: Suasion - Heritage (Guitar Playthrough)

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Nicolas Pirlet | Guitar
Julien Dejasse | Bass
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Suasion - Heritage (Guitar Playthrough)

Mamoru Goriku: Blue Waves

iTunes,Apple Music,KK BOXで配信中の『Melodies』より。


Gerald Gradwohl: GL Projekt Bluegarage 2015 series

GL Projekt Bluegarage 2015
Gerald Gradwohl g, Bernhard Lackner b, Ralf Gustke dr, Christian Wegscheider org


Gianfranco Torrisi: Nili Brosh's "A matter of Perception" contest

Hi everyone :-) here is my take for the Nili Brosh's "A matter of Perception" solo contest.
I hope you enjoy and don't forget to Like if you do ;-)

gear used:
Custom Strat into Marshall JCM800 lead boosted with Ts808,
Eq-delay-reverb from cubase.

Nili Brosh's "A matter of Perception" contest - Gianfranco Torrisi

Bub Zulu: July ? , nope , I truth .... creamy fusion solo performance

Bub Zulu: July ? , nope , I truth .... creamy fusion solo performance

July ? , nope , I truth .

Joanne Shaw Taylor: The making of the Wild album

Joanne Shaw Taylor - WILD - The making of an album
release date 30th September 2016

Joanne Shaw Taylor has established herself as the UK’s number one star in the blues rock world. The girl with the big voice from the Black Country has toured extensively around the world and released critically acclaimed albums, gaining a global fan base and playing alongside some of her musical idols.

Sold out concerts. Loyal fans. Her name in lights. Joanne Shaw Taylor never anticipated any of that at the start. Back then, she was just an ordinary Black Country schoolgirl, bored with the disposable pop she heard on late 90s radio, rifling through her father’s record collection for sunken treasure, and falling for albums by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert Collins and Jimi Hendrix.

Who said white gals can’t play guitar ? Killer licks, soaring solos and heart-wrenching vocals’

The Sunday Times
‘Joanne Shaw Taylor has enough soul to compete with the best the Mississippi Delta has to offer’
Sunday Telegraph

‘an exceptional talent, her formidable guitar playing and stunning soulful vocals are there for us all to adore when seen live. What makes her a cut above all the rest is her superb and heartfelt songwriting’
Planet Rock Radio

‘A world-class blues talent’
Classic Rock Magazine 

‘Incredible, the queen of blues rock’
Power play Magazine

Joanne Shaw Taylor - WILD - The making of an album

Allan Holdsworth: with The Pat Smythe Trio - British Rail - 1974 - already ahead of his time

TV Festival gig for European Radio - this is the BBC segment. Allan Holdsworth - guitar; Pat Smythe - fender rhodes; Daryl Runswick - bass; John Marshall - drums

Allan Holdsworth with The Pat Smythe Trio - British Rail (Live video 1974)

Chris Letchford: Talks about Influences, Guitar at guitarsphere.com

In your opinion, what are the three skills that every guitarist must bring to perfection?

CL: I think it really comes down to the player and the style they are after. I tried to do classical and electric at the same time while in music school and they are truly separate instruments. I decided on electric as I really want to dedicate the time to attempt mastering it in my lifetime. Trying to practice both, one would end up being neglected. So if we were talking about just electric I think that the most important is learning the notes on the board, it makes transitioning from 6, 7 and 8 string 100 times easier and will help with improv, song writing and just overall understanding the instrument. As for the 2nd and 3rd thing, thats really tough, for me it was picking and fret hand efficiency… this led to being able to pick up things on the guitar way faster.

Full interview http://www.guitar-sphere.com/2016/07/chris-letchford-interview/