C.C. Deville comes to mind.
If it's the Raven show you're talking about, I'm also considering going. I've seen him once before (also at the Raven) and enjoy some but not all...
I've been on a Corey Christiansen kick. Amazing guitarist that is very listenable and versatile.
Yes, and not only the vibrato but his phrasing.
This thread has me thinking the exact same thing. :)
I guess it depends on one's definition of overpraised. And, also, who cares?
But, I know, the OP was really just putting forward a top ic for...
Music Man JPX-6 and a Rainsong acoustic.
I hold the unpopular opinion that the Stones usually only have one or two good songs per album. There, I said it. :)
But the good ones are...
I think most jazz has a bit of a steeper learning curve than rock and blues and is therefore less accessible to many at first. Exceptions are some...
I had to return my Benson. I had it for two weeks and was unable to dial in an authentic Kemper tone, so I had to send it back.
I've always wanted to learn Donna Lee on guitar (mostly as a technical challenge) but never quite got started.
Does anyone have a suggested...
Somehow I never heard about him until about two weeks ago. I was browsing true fire courses, cam across his and liked the preview video and bought...
Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks
Gates of the West - The Clash
The Rain Song - Led Zeppelin
Any of my own material
Ninja'd by Trevordog. This is the video I just posted.
This may or may not be of interest. It is Jimmy Bruno speaking about and dabbling in the tune a bit. You can sorta get the idea of what fingerings...
Your ad is missing a lot of important information. Like what kind of amp is it, and how many watts?
Glad to hear it was a good show.
I find those guys (Television) to be a pretty tough band to categorize. They're sort of punk, new wave, but the...
I'm not really very knowledgeable about country styles, so maybe that is a factor, but I'm hearing some of the freshest sounding guitar I've heard...
Betteridge's law of headlines definitely applies here.