In this episode, Oz Noy discusses the influence of Wes Montgomery, plays Albert King, contemplates Paul Gilbert’s instructional videos, flips over our V, and tells us how he is not a shredder.
These sessions help keep the music alive by helping the Songbirds Foundation raise money to buy guitars for kids…check out our website to find out more— songbirdsfoundation.org.
Oz plays a beautiful Aqua (one off) 1957 Fender Stratocaster, 1967 Gibson ES-330 TD, 1963 Gibson ES-355 TD, and a 1958 Gibson Flying V on display at the Songbirds Guitar Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Thanks to our sponsors— The Riverview Foundation, Schillhahn-Huskey Foundation, GHS Strings, and Todd Sharp Amplifiers. Special thanks to John Dooley for the great video work.
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Vault Sessions: Oz Noy geeks out on our ’58 Flying V (S2:E17)