Joe Satriani Cover.
Lyden er ikke perfekt, da jeg skulle sætte effektboard til for at lave wah, så for det første kan jeg ikke konfigurere wah ordentligt så den bliver ikke helt som jeg ville have, og for det andet larmer den helt vildt pga. den laver effekter / overdrive på en clean tone... Jeg har prøvet en del ting og synes selv at det var den bedste lyd jeg kunne få (inkl. noget equalizing), så nu må det være nok :P
Presented by D'ADDARIO strings and accessories, JOE SATRIANI plugs into a Marshall half-stack and shares sneak previews of his forthcoming album, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT, releasing January 12. (Album samples used with permission from Sony/Legacy.)That's right — we not only hear final mixes from the record, Joe also shows you on the fretboard exactly how he plays the songs, and what inspired the parts. And he jams with me on a few tunes, too! This episode also marks the first time a No Guitar Is Safe guest has returned for a second interview — and who better to be that person than the great Joe Satriani? After all, he was my very first guest, 62 episodes ago! .... Thanks again to D'Addario (www.daddario.com) for making this very special episode happen!
—JUDE GOLD, host, NO GUITAR IS SAFE podcast.
James Hetfield (of Metallica), Billy Joe Armstrong (of Green Day), Joe Satriani (of Chickenfoot) and Scott Mathews performing a mash-up of "Turn The Page" and "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" live at the UCSF Pediatric Cancer Benefit 1st Annual "Acoustic-4-A-Cause" live at the Fillmore in San Francisco, California on Thursday May 15, 2014.