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6 Mar 2007
In 1952 Danny Cedrone, guitarist on Rocket 88 (considered to be one of the first rock and roll recordings), recorded the solo for Rock around the Clock for a whopping 21 bucks and shortly after died from a broken neck. The solo stands the test of time, and being that he was a studio musician and not in the band, Bill Haley and the Comets never played the same solo live.

Anyway, enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4ByIgBIVD4
15 Feb 2007
I have been working on my speed picking, and I have created my first video. I would appreciate any feedback on improving my technique. I know the quality isn't the best... sorry.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVw2MiFpZEw
13 Feb 2007
I just stumbled across the HR Giger signature series. That's my favorite artist on the planet. But Damn, the S series is expensive and I'm not even sure I'd like an Ibanez as my primary axe.
12 Feb 2007
Is there a particular reason in the videos I see Kris playing them with his pinky instead of his ring finger?
7 Feb 2007
After 20 years I finally decided I wanted to switch from my trust Les Paul to a Strat (along with retiring my Maestro Echoplex 3 as I finally found a suitable replacement.

I have two problems.

(1) I am the worlds worst guitar tech. My E and A string have a lot of buzz, how can I get rid of it?

(2) I am really struggling with the strings ringing when I leave one. (for example on the speed picking excercise when I move from one string to the next I can't stop getting a nasty open string ring. The same thing happens to me after I bend a note and take my finger off. Do I need to be "softer" on a strat or something? I really have no idea.

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Oh yeah, just for giggles... here's my ole Les Paul. Poor things been abused more than Tina Turner.

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