Exciting news for our US readers - you'll have a chance to see our favorite neoclassical Shredder-In-Chief, Yngwie Malmsteen.
I'd made a passing comment earlier about how cool of a guy Johnny Hiland is and if we're willing to drag you, our relentless, unstoppable, fearless legion of death-readers, through articles about Vinnie Vincent and beer guitars then surely an article about Johnny Hiland should by default be higher than our minimal requirement for standards.
Hiland's not exactly a man of mystery. If you've heard of him before then the chances are this article isn't going to tell you anything new, but if you haven't then consider this article a metaphorical fist to the face of reality.
As if there hasn't been enough to get excited about lately when it comes to Steve Vai, here is something else.
Ibanez will be shipping his custom "Euphoria" acoustic guitar this month.
Welcome back to Guitar-Muse, everyone. What are we rapping about today? Steve Vai, of course, but to simulate variety we're adding equal parts of Satch into the mix. What are they doing that's so hot these days? Charity.
That's right, the good-natured will to help another is piloting this ambitious plan to the stage in the name of helping their friend Cliff Cultreri pay for medical care.
Did you watch the livestream of GuitarTV? Or did you get pulled back into work since Vai decided to host it right in the middle of everyone's work shift?
Well just as I'd done with the record breaking lesson I've got a quick summary of what all he went over so you can get the jist of what to expect from GuitarTV now and in the future.
Martian Love Secrets is a technical guide, but not the kind that you would expect from a player like Vai, whose reputation is intensely built on technique. Instead, this series mostly deals with harnessing all your technical knowledge and your own life experience to create art.
Just the other day a certain guitar virtuoso known to the world as Steve Vai confessed that he's had GuitarTV.com incubating on the back burner for quite some time now and as of May 10th GuitarTV.com will be open for business.
GuitarTV.com is, when it goes live, a 24-hour streaming video showing more guitarists than you can shake a stick at.
In case you didn’t have a chance to see Steve Vai’s big online lesson or if you weren’t like me and didn’t record it, but don’t want to rely on your memory – out of the kindness of my heart I’ve decided to give you a summary of what was discussed. You can also watch [...]