Conrad Harpham: gulf streamer

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Conrad Harpham started playing the guitar at the age of 15. He started to teach five years later. Over the next few years Conrad developed a fluid bluesy rock style, incorporating influences from Randy Rhoads, to Satriani and Richie Kotzen.

In 2000 Conrad played in the grand final of “Jam 2000” at Birmingham NEC, where he traded chops with Jamie Humphries, whilst coming in the top 5 out of 15 national finalists.

Conrad is a busy teacher and performer in the South West of England, and in 2005 completed his fifth recorded CD, a compilation entitled “Reflections”.

Conrad was rently a respected participant in guitar idol 2008 with 163 points. The judges commented:
A simply phenomenal guitarist – this colossus from the West Country is a truly scary player, who covers many technical styles at will and was shortlisted by several judges including Owen Edwards. Edward Box was also impressed: “Conrad is a top fusion/rock player and I particularly enjoyed his arpeggio burn out! Expect great things from this man!