On this episode, Mitch plugs in his weathered, black Ploaded Les Paul and jams a lot with me at his home in Southern California. She also shares what it was like be the only jazzer at Paul Gilbert's guitar camp, sign a record deal with Steve Vai, and have late, great jazz legend Joe Pass as her mentor. Lukather also jams with host Jude Gold on a variety of songs; comments on the art of rhythm guitar; examines his sobriety; discusses both his new autobiography, The Gospel According to Luke; and Toto's new album, 40 Trips Around the Sun; and looks back on his years as a session ace tracking guitar parts on hit records by Michael Jackson, Don Henley, Boz Scaggs, and other stars. This episode brought to you by Guitar Player magazine and guitarplayer. JMJ also shares the story of how he got guitar virtuoso Steve Vai to drop an epic solo on a trance-pop tune by M
Playing both acoustic a Taylor steel-string and electric her signature-model Heritage jazz boxMimi reveals some of her favorite approaches to improvisation, song arranging, and performing.
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Staertow also shares songs from his forthcoming solo album, and relates adventures such as meeting Stevie Ray Vaughan, Neal Schon, and other of his heroes. On this episode, Zakk plays several great Ozzy riffs for you and shares guitar approaches he used on Black Label Society's new album, Grimmest Hits. And from the opening moment of this episode forward, he plays a ton of spirited guitar for you, and even shares a super-useful, Barry Harris-inspired "six-to-diminished" lesson. Get ready -- the British guitar legend is about to blow your mind when he demonstrates several of his sonic secrets for you, including his soulful pedal-steel-style bends, his sneaky use of set-interval banjo tuners, and what he feels is the ultimate Piezo pickup. It's a dream gig for Staertow, and, as you'll find out, it's one he had to wait a long time to get.