Saturday, 3 September 2016

Noa Drezner: Flamenco - Mar de penas

Noa Drezner Music 2016 All rights reserved.

Tema original por Bulerías
Composición, letras, arreglos, producción: Noa Drezner

Guitarra: Noa Drezner
Cante: Toñi Romero y Yehuda "Shuky" Shveky
Percusiones: Faluky Torres
Bajo: Faluky Torres
Palmas: Faluky Torres y David Cuevas

Grabación y edición: Estudio David Cuevas, San fernando, y CUT ME Studios, Israel.

Mezclado y masterizado por Lele Leiva, Estudio LeleSound, Jerez de la frontera

Anonymous produccions
Baile: Rocio Marin
Maquillaje y pelo: "Natura" Macarena Calle y Tania Notario
Gracias a la Peña la Buleria, jerez de la frontera

Noa Drezner Flamenco- Mar de penas

Arek Religa: Kiesel Guitars Solo Contest - #kieselsolocontest

Kiesel Guitars Solo Contest | Arek Religa | #kieselsolocontest

Vladimir Ivanov: Ibanez Flying Fingers 2016

Vladimir Ivanov: Ibanez Flying Fingers 2016

Ibanez Flying Fingers 2016 Vladimir Ivanov, Moscow, Russia

Kristofer Dahl: Ibanez Flying Fingers 2016 , Stockholm, SE

Ibanez Flying Fingers 2016 Kristofer Dahl, Stockholm, SE

Ibanez Flying Fingers 2016 Kristofer Dahl, Stockholm, SE

Charly Sahona: 3 channel FredAmp Eustache Cornwell - Clean, Crunch and Lead

Here's my test of an amazing 3 channel Preamp made by FredAmp
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Clean: 01:13
Crunch: 02:08
Lead: 0:07

3 channel FredAmp Eustache Cornwell test

Rhett Butler: at The Kessler Theater in Dallas, Texas USA

Recorded live in August of 2016 at the historic Kessler Theater in X+/North Oak Cliff

Rhett Butler at The Kessler Theater in Dallas, Texas USA

Marcus Corbett: announces new album Every Little Spirit

Guitarist & Composer Marcus Corbett To Release New Album “Every Little Spirit” October 2016

London, UK – Much to the anticipation of music aficionados worldwide, music artist Marcus Corbett will be releasing his new album “Every Little Spirit” in October 2016! Marcus is an acoustic guitarist, singer and composer based between Marlborough, UK and Pune, Maharashtra, India. Gradually, during repeated expeditions in India over the last decade or more, having immersed himself in the fundaments of North Indian classical music Marcus has begun to reap the rewards of his involvement in the musical life of Pune, Maharashtra and Gadag in North Karnataka.

The result is a generous spirited cultural collaboration that allows his music to come to life while paying homage to the tradition he loves. Here there is ambition as two violins are at work, and as he says, “One violin may be a line drawing but two become cinema – and with the risk associated with such potential drama no one performance is the same as the last. The beautiful challenge in this search is to keep the individual cultural charm, to make the bell ring true. And to maintain the power and integrity of the music.”

“With his deep affinity with Indian classical music and his expertise in soulfully conveying its essence on the humble acoustic guitar. …where other guitar maestros have dipped their toes…. he's taken the integration a stage further and his collaboration with tabla virtuosos Nitin Gaikwad and Sharanappa Guttaragi on this disc is both fiery and rewarding.” - Fatea

On the subject of his musical influences, aside from his times in India, Marcus states, “I've been affected by John Martyn, Nick Drake, Roy Harper - anybody that makes the guitar sing or speak. John McLaughlin with the early Mahavishnu Orchestra and Shakti was a revelation as has been Jerry Garcia's soulful musicality. Recently Frank Yamma has got under my skin”.

Acclaimed producer and composer Sam Williams (Supergrass/The Go Team!) has co-produced the first track on the album, “Strung Deep” – a remix of Castanets from Marcus' previous EP release of the same name. Marcus explains how this unlikely-seeming collaboration came about:

“While mixing 'Castanets' for the last record (Strung Deep) I discovered a heartbeat in the rhythmic cycle that expressed something quintessential and more about the track. It has a breezy optimism that continues from where the album 'Strung Deep' left off. I needed a different approach, someone outside of the Indian classical world who could the sense the potential and produce it. A chance meeting with Sam Williams during which I heard some of his recent work was the catalyst to our working together. Sam has created a great rhythm led track to fit the varying time signatures and give the looping swirl a kick. He also found some words to go with the emerging vibe while keeping some essential ingredients of the original. It is a remix which contemporizes the song in a way which keeps the flavour of the original and casts new light on what I do”.

Recorded with Abhijit Saraf at Musical Stars Studio in Pune, Maharashtra; and in Gadag, Karnataka and in Oxford (UK), Corbett is accompanied for “Every Little Spirit” by tabla players Nitin Gaikwad and Sharanappa Guttaragi. The seductive vocal of renowned classical singer Saylee Talwalkar takes us into his world. The storyline unfolds amidst the masterful weave of bansuri flute player Milind Date, and is carried further by the cinematic violins of Anjali Singde-Rao, Sanjay Upadhye and Sachin Ingale with a cameo appearance by celebrated Oxford-based virtuoso Bruno Guastalla on cello.

Comprised of eight tracks spread across 59 minutes, “Every Little Spirit” is lyrically themed and is a reflection upon how our roots entwine with all life; how our joy and sorrow is shared; that while life is a gift, for which acknowledgment and thanks are due, no one said the living of it was easy and how we instinctively seek release, to “get set free” from the emotional and physical turmoil of existence. “This could be you, this could be me….”.

“Perfect Sunday morning music... I really enjoyed listening through it - it is a very well paced and interesting listen” - Nigel House at Rough Trade

Having toured successfully in Germany and Holland, played around the UK, and gained press attention from all over the world for his previous releases, Marcus' reputation for his skillful combining of the worlds of Indian Classical and British folk music, while being ambitious and yet aware of the limitations, will inevitably continue to grow and grow, and his status as one of the great explorers of these musical borderlands will continue to be celebrated.

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Giovanni Scardoni: Ibanez Flying Fingers 2016

This is my first electric guitar, bought with my own money when I was a child. I grew up with her ;-)
In the years some changes have been done such as the bridge humbucker (now a Di Marzio) and the paint was taken away. During these years I really fell in love with this superstrat sound, versatile and unique at the same time. This is the guitar I play the most, even today

Ibanez Flying Fingers 2016 - Giovanni Scardoni, Verona, Italy

Fernando Molinari: Killer bassist back with more Fusion and Prog bass solos

I like to use not only 4/4 when I write some bases for solos.
So I have the harmony with different rhythm intentions and this challenge me to create phrasing and melodies over these changes.
On the first solo I use 3/4 and 7/4 - Song- SOS
Second I use 4/4 and 7/8 -Song- RISK FACTOR
Full songs on my NEW album "BUILT BY ELEMENTS"

F Bass BN6
DR Hi Beam Strings
Analysis Plus - Cables
Gruv Gear Fret Wraps
WBass Cabinets


Marco Bayati, Mitch Krause: Desolace - Saturation - Official Guitar Playthrough

Marco Bayati and Mitch Krause of Desolace playing through a brand new Desolace track off their upcoming full length album "Photosynthesis".

Mixed by Sky Van Hoff
Mastered by Jens Dreesen

Recorded at
The Barracks Studios

filmed by Kriss Jakob
Aurora Motion Pictures

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Desolace - Saturation [Official Guitar Playthrough]

John Petrucci, Jordan Rudess: Discuss the “Brother” Theme

In this ongoing series, Dream Theater's John Petrucci and Jordan Rudess discuss THE ASTONISHING'S recurring musical themes and how they are developed compositionally to enhance the dramatic tone of the story. Join John and Jordan in this debut episode as they focus on the “Brother" theme.

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Inside The Astonishing, Episode 1: John Petrucci & Jordan Rudess Discuss the “Brother” Theme

John Petrucci: JP-2C Chassis Art First Look - in the Tone Lounge

In September 2014, John Petrucci spent a day at the Mesa factory playing through a wide array of products and rigs for all of us to enjoy. John played through the the Mark Five: 25 for the first time just before it was released. He also brought his Triaxis Touring Rig used on their Along for the Ride Tour to show us some of the tones he used for his live performance.

But the best part of the day for John was seeing the chassis art for his soon-to-be-designed Signature Amp, the JP-2C. Mesa Founder and President, Randall Smith, draws all of his chassis dimensions and details in pencil, by hand, and after months of conversations back and forth between John, Randy and the Mesa R & D team about the features, tones and details, John was finally able to SEE what his future signature amp would look like.

It was a great moment for everyone at Mesa that day and we’re truly grateful to John for being one of the most loyal and dedicated Mesa artists in our history, and essentially his entire career in music. The JP-2C is not only John’s dream amp in terms of features and configuration, it’s also the most accurate tonal re-issue to the famed Mark IIC+ 100W amp we’ve ever offered, designed by the foremost authorities in the world on that amp’s tone & history - John Petrucci, Randall Smith & Doug West.

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JP-2C Chassis Art First Look with John Petrucci in the Tone Lounge

Rob Garland: JTC Jam Of The Month September 2016 Andy James' The Executioner

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In this clip Rob is playing his Xotic California Classic XSC guitar strung with D'Addario 10-46 EKXL strings through his custom Bogner 20th Anniversary Shiva. He uses 2mm picks by Hell Guitars and a Strymon El Capistan pedal.

JTC Jam Of The Month September 2016 Andy James' The Executioner

Jason Sadites: Jason features another section from his latest CD 'The Learning Curve'

This week Jason features another section of the tune 'Appeal To The Stone' from his latest CD 'The Learning Curve' featuring Marco Minnemann on drums. You can grab a copy of the CD by visiting Jason's website at . It is also available through iTunes and Google Play as a download. Enjoy!

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Amps & Axes Quick Lick #76 with Jason Sadites

Amps & Axes Quick Lick #75 with Jason Sadites

Josh Kay: The Legato Gestapo from Absence of Time

Playing through the solo section of my song, "The Legato Gestapo", off my new album, Absence of Time. The album is available now through my Bandcamp. Click the links below for more info!

The Legato Gestapo (Solo)

Rhett Butler: at The Kessler Theater in Dallas, Texas USA - two guitars - this guy is incredible

Recorded live during August of 2016 at the historic Kessler Theater in X+/North Oak Cliff. Rhett plays two guitars at once here.

Rhett Butler at The Kessler Theater in Dallas, Texas USA

Andy Wood, Troy Grady: Edge Picking - How Redneck is Your Tone?

The incomparable Andy Wood on the tonal effects of edge picking. Andy's interview is coming soon to Masters in Mechanics!

How Redneck is Your Tone? Andy Wood on Edge Picking

Jerry Rosenkrans: Kiesel Solo Contest #kieselsolocontest

Hey guys! This is my entry for the Kiesel Solo Contest! Good luck to everyone - the entries I've watched so far have seriously blown me away!

Jerry Rosenkrans // #kieselsolocontest