I am a guitarist / Guitar synthesist. You can also find me here - http://www.reverbnation.com/#!/microjazz?profile_view_source=profile_box
Electric & acoustic guitars, Guitar Synthesiser.
Amps - Recording - Blackstar HT 5
- Fender Champion
- Live - Laney VC 30
- Peavey Encore 65
Propellerhead Record, Reason 5, Cubase 5. Special thanks are also due to PlANETJAZZBASS for his invaluable help.
Breville snack & Sandwich maker, Tassimo coffee maker, Wahl nasal hair trimmer, Electric & acoustic guitars, Guitar Synthesizer, Tone generators, Percussive things ( bells, whistles, chimes, Triangle etc ). Yamaha AWG 16 track recorder and a whole bunch of effects units.
Too many to mention...but at this point -"Madhouse and the whole thing there" - Mike Walker.
The Impossible Gentlemen. Martin Taylor, Allan Holdsworth, Joe Pass, Steve Khan, Jeff Beck etc.
"Beyond it all" - Allen Hinds.
"Fuzzy" - Oz Noy.
"Still Warm" - John Scofield.
"The Rotters Club" - Hatfield and the North.
"A present for the future" - Frank Gambale.
"Solid Air" - John Martyn.
"Rocket Science" - Tribal Tech.
THIS LIST IS BY NO MEANS COMPREHENSIVE AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE DEPENDENT UPON MY MOOD.
Again, I cant restrict it to just 10, but "The Nightfly" by Donald Fagen has to be in there somewhere.
Mainly fusion, jazz and rock. Influences include Frank Zappa, Steely Dan, King Crimson, Weather Report, Miles Davis, Steps Ahead, Chick Corea, etc, etc. The fantasy writings of Jack Vance - especially "The eyes of the Overworld".
it could almost pass for music.
Eat, Drink, sleep, dream.