Hi my name is Lawson. I am an accomplished guitar player, and I play a variety of styles on both the acoustic and electric guitar.
I use the Dr. Rhythm DR-770 for bass and drums which I program, and then I use Protools and the Universal Audio apollo twin. I am looking to collaborate with other looperman artists on this great community.
You can see all my weird guitar videos on the GuitarLots YouTube Channel - http://www.guitarlots.com
or hear my style on an acoustic original - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBAiUqZemfs
or just follow my blog - http://steemit.com/@guitarlots
Instruments I play
Guitar, Keyboards, Dr. Rhythm DR-770, Bass
Software I Use
Universal Audio apollo twin console fully loaded
with every audio effect on our planet
Hardware I Use
Universal Audio apollo twin
Listening To Right Now
I listen to every style of music on the planet. Here on Looperman I listen to everybody I can, and I keep discovering new stuff to listen to everyday. Thanks Looperman Community !!!
10 Favourite Albums
1. Frank Gambale - Vital Information Live
2. Eric Johnson - Ah Via Musicom
3. Gene Harris - All Albums
4. Bill Evans - All Albums
5. Steve Morse - All Albums
6. SEAL - Greatest Hits
7. Johnny Clegg - All Albums
8. Sebastiao Tapajos - All Albums
9. Santana - All Albums
10. Lenny Breau - Lenny Breau The Velvet Touch
My Influences / Fav Artists
My influences are jazz, pop, blues, rock, techno, rap, and funk.
I listen to every musical style because everyone brings something to the table, and I learn from other people's material and chops. Two of my favorite guitarists are Eric Johnson and Frank Gambale because these guys chops are so clean.
My Music Sounds Like
Depends on the style I'm playing, but many of my friends say even my jazz has a lot of blues to it. I would say my style is a fusion of blues, jazz, and rock for electric guitar. The nylon string acoustic sounds kind of a fusion of flamenco and blues plus with some brazilian influences on certain motifs and chord changes.
In My Other Life I ...
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