maromaro1337 – Woah! This one was a blast! Yeah, it was hard, especially the 12/8 rhythm. It’s challenging on guitar to say the least but the Stylophone makes it 2 times harder. The Solo was also a pain in the butt. The Stylophone glitches on the fast runs and plays some strange notes (especially the second fast run)! Dimebag was just too fast and precise for this instrument! I loved Rex’s bass part here. He plays a similar part as the guitar, but add’s depth, and plays some head crushing chords. It’s a feast for all us musical freaks.
Gear: Guitars and Bass was played simultaneously on two Stylophones S1 (left tuned to A, right tuned to D). The Solo was played on Stylophones tuned to G# and C# Vocals were tuned to A, and backing vocals were tuned to D Stylophone Beatbox – tuned to D (on the hi-hat)
Channel 33 RPM – Earlier this summer I did a purge of my record collection (about 150 records I wasn’t listening to). I want to tell you about that experience, what I learned, what I did with the money, and maybe provide some food for thought.
A heavy metal podcast, and in depth discussion by fans, for fans. From old school thrash metal, to modern djent, and deathcore. Underground and mainstream. Hardcore, metalcore, and everywhere in between. Every time we record, your hosts bring everything to the table. Each band has a story to tell with their music. New episodes released every week featuring a new band, and occasional interviews.
The Prince Estate, in partnership with YouTube, will host a three-day streaming event of Prince and the Revolution: Live, a historic concert captured at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, NY on March 30, 1985.
Prince and the Revolution: Live showcases Prince and his iconic band at the peak of their Purple Rain Tour, and was the first live concert footage that Prince officially released as both a television broadcast and home video. The audio from the concert has been remastered by longtime Prince mastering engineer Bernie Grundman, and will be available officially in digital format for the first time across all streaming and download partners on Friday, 15 May.
Gabriel Cyr Guitarist = This is my tribute to some of the great rock guitar solos from 1984 to 1989. I played all guitars, bass, keyboards and I programmed the drums with a Native Instrument plugin.
Tracklist: Rock You Like a Hurricane – Scorpions (1984) The Attitude Song – Steve Vai (1984) Lifeforce – Vinnie Moore (1986) The Final Countdown – Europe (1986) Always with Me, Always with You – Joe Satriani (1987) Scarified – Racer X – Paul Gilbert (1988) One – Metallica (1988) Queen – I Want it All (1989)
Skar Productions – My cover of “Girl in the Tower” from the game King’s Quest VI. Original song by Mark Seibert.
“Winger invites artists, friends and fans to sing along to Better Days Comin’
Guest Artists in order of appearance:
Chip Znuff – Enuff Znuff
Mark Farner – Grand Funk Railroad
Jeff Scott Soto – Sons of Apollo / Queen
Tony Harnell – TNT
Miljenko Matijevic – Steelheart
Klaus Meine – Scorpions
Robert Mason – Warrant
Richie Kotzen – Winery Dogs
Terry Ilous – XYZ
Don Crash – H.E.A.T.
Alan Parsons – Alan Parsons Project
Danny Vaughn – Tyketto
Michael Starr – Steel Panther
Fiona Flanagan Steve Postell – Immediate Family
Steve Whiteman – KIX
Howie Simon – Nelson / Scrap Metal / Winger / Stryper
PJ Griffith – Rock Of Ages (Broadway)
Kenny Leckremo – H.E.A.T.”