Surprise! Our St. Jude Children's Research Hospital radiothon is earlier this year. It's such a fulfilling feeling knowing that you have helped the research to continue at St. Jude that will continue to increase the cure rate of cancer and other catastrophic disease of children. I invite you to become a Partner In Hope and get your name in the drawing to win this Star Guitar.
Back in the 80's Stanley Jordan and Stanley Clarke teamed up and had a small pop hit. The two of them were in uncharted territory because they were both Jazz artists. Stanley Clarke went on to record some big albums and is a featured player on others. Stanley Jordan? Well, here's where he wound up.
So many people would love to play like Eddie Van Halen. Eddie knows that and has tried to make gear he likes and that people want to play. He is always pushing the envelope with his equipment. His EVH line has followed his changing tastes.
Eddie Van Halen is credited with influencing music, bands, and the way the guitar was played. Not many people are aware of the influence he had on the making of guitars, and amps. He wired his own guitar, painted it, and now with his own line of guitars and amps he finally has what he wants to play.
One of the best guitarists I have ever seen, Toddzilla of Funkhammer has posted a little ditty I thought I would share. It's not so much that he can play well, it's the emotion, the sound, and the performance. It's just fun.
Remember Michael Winslow, the guy that could do all the sound effects in the movie Police Academy? He is the real thing, I have seen many performances of his talent to be able to copy sounds, leading me to believe that he really did all those sounds in the movie.