Tom Quayle practicing his time feel. Dude has a great light yet rhythmic touch on guitar when breaking up his lines.
Tom Quayle - “Isn’t She Lovely”. An improvisation over the S.Wonder joint. Tasty
Paul Gilbert - “Lamb Lies Down on Broadway” - Gilbert Hotel. An insane guitar based cover of the Genesis original. Inspired by my Phil Collins friendly dashboard. I wish I had the mp3 handy. Oh well, YT will have to do.
Steve Vai caught practicing whammy bar techniques, then gives an impromptu lesson.
- 15” Macbook Pro Retina Display
- StudioFlyer 4U Rack Mount
- Axe FX II Preamp & FX Processor
- GT1000FX 1u rackmount amplifier
- MFC 101 Midi Foot Controller
- 2 Kolbe Single 12” Speaker Cabinets
This should work out quite well. Quite well indeed.
Now, to find the scratch to acquire said setup. I’ll probably have quite the eBay listing going for all my old gear. If you’re looking for amps, pedals, all in pristine condition, hit me up. Too much to list here.
The goal is to simplify while remaining flexible.
Stephen Marchione “Catherine” Portrait Guitar. My longtime friend and luthier Stephen was commissioned to work on an art guitar project. The collector, Don Fisher, described one of his daughters to him, her character, desires, interests, etc. and Stephen was to craft a guitar in her likeness, inspired by only his words. This is the result. Check out the other Portrait Guitars.
Mike Dawes - “Somebody That I Used To Know” - Solo acoustic guitar arrangement of Gotye. Played without any overdubs. Single and Guitar Tabs available at http://www.candyrat.com.