Studio cats. I once caught a Mike Landau show at the Baked Potato where he stepped on (and disconnected) his cable 3 times in the same song.
Stylistically different from the bands you listed, but early Vince Clarke stuff was all analogue synth. Since he wrote his tunes on acoustic...
If you can't recognize the rhythmic and melodic genius of EVH's guitar playing, I can't help you other than to suggest listening to their albums...
2nd page on a pinch harmonics thread, and no mention of Mr Bratta yet? Take your pick. I like Little Fighter
LA, CA ;)
Just caught Maiden in LA a few weeks ago. Sold out show, with 20,000 people singing the guitar riff to Fear of the Dark. Even if you missed...
Needs to get a 7-string guitar.
Agree with both. And among other things, Bruce doesn't have to bother with a guitar for Revelations anymore.
Just get one of these: standard neck, dropped neck, open neck, and one to spare. You're welcome!
Caught the Banc of California stadium show Saturday in LA. Amazing. Youtube vids don't do the live experience justice! Not even close.
I prefer the pre Malone Ozzy.
(Nothin more to say.)
Bingo. Read Scott Henderson's chord book.
"Nobody gets out of here without singing the blues."
Needs more cowbell!
I'm going in Sept. Up the irons \m/
yeah, that was what I was going for ;)
If you're a guitar player that hasn't been influenced, at least in some part, by Vito Bratta, then you're doing it wrong. It"s like a bathroom...
New music coming soon...
He's alright, I guess.
Good enough to devote a night to every once in a while...
What a different world we live in. I own this RHCP DVD and some live Toto concerts. Probably paid $20 each. With everything readily available on...
He wouldn't be the first successful 'Backstreet Boy with a guitar'. Firehouse won Heavy Metal/Hard Rock New Artist in 1992. Uhm... "Bye bye baby...
Although some seem to think he gets a little help with that... from Marvin Gaye.