Posts Tagged ‘guitar

This would be an equivalent of an “easy” button for guitar folks: you just sit, press the button once, and your guitar tunes itself.  And this is not a dream or one of those Internet hoaxes. Gibson has recently introduced this gizmo for all of us who would rather play then do the chores. It’s […]

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Recently,  I have been given opportunity to review & provide feedback on “Four Winds – Cuatro Vientos”, the latest album by Russ Riendeau, a Chicago based artist. As a guitarist and music producer, I just couldn’t resist to get my teeth into this brand new and original sonic creation. Atmospheric and vibrant, the project focuses […]

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From The Stage

3, Apr 2010

As much as I enjoy creative possibilities of studio work, with all the latest sequencers, samples, DAWs, plugins, virtual instruments and all other gizmos, nothing compares to the excitement of live performance. A short clip from the sound check during the last week’s gig at Las Brisas club in Toronto. My good old Epiphone Nighthawk […]

Even though I’ve been spending too much time lately on computer-based music production, my inner guitarist woke up and jumped into the latest project with Marcos Mendosa. Hip-hop is not known for abundance of guitar parts, so I had to subdue my urge for that “look at me, people” screaming solo and fit into the […]

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