Session Electric and/or Acoustic Guitar for $75
I have played guitars on hundreds of songs and I am familiar with many genres including rock, pop, country, metal, praise and worship, blues, etc.
As a multi-instrumentalists and producer, my approach to guitar playing is a little bit different than your average guitarist. I use an "eagle's eye" perspective to come up with parts that simply serve the song as best as possible with an emphasis on musicality, feel, tone, etc. I'm not interested in showing off chops (unless that's what you are looking for, of course. haha). I'm more interested in making the experience of listening to the song as engaging as possible for the listener. I use a large variety of high-end modern and vintage gear to achieve many different tones to serve many different needs. No amp sims here. Real microphones in front of real amps.
*note: this service is for just electric guitar or just acoustic guitar. If you're like me to record both acoustic and electric, simply order this same service twice and send me a message about that.
1959 Fender Stratocaster
1959 Reissue Gibson Les Paul
1957 Reissue Gibson Goldtop Les Paul
1999 Fender Telecaster
Kelton Swade Telecaster
(2) Custom Shop Fender Telecasters
1978 Gibson Les Paul Custom
(2) 1995 Ernie Ball Music Man Eddie Van Halen Signature guitars
1965 Gibson J45 acoustic
And many more
1965 Fender Super Reverb
Matchless Lightning Reverb
1964 Fender Concert
Mark Cameron modded Marshall JCM 800
Mark Abram modded Marchall Plexi
Marshall Silber Jubilee Anniversary Edition
Fender Tweed Deluxe
Shure SM57's (of course)
AKG C414 XLII's
Stam Audio SA67
Stam Audio SA87
(2) CAPI VP28
(2) CAPI 312
(2) Chandler TG2
(2) Black Lion Audio B12
(2) Stam Audio 1073 MPA
Q:How many guitar parts will you add to my song?
A: I'll add as many parts as it feels necessary to fill out the song. Typically that means several parts with different tones and I also like to give the client a lot of options. So, usually a few rhythm parts and then a guitar solo.
Q: What if I am unsure of the kind of guitar part I'm looking for on the song?
A: Please feel free to send me a sample of the song I can give it a listen to let you know about any ideas that I may have upon first hearing it. Also, if there are any reference tracks with guitar sounds that you like, that can be super helpful to me to get an idea of where you are coming from.
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- Kind of Love
- One Man Army