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Joe Mass with his new 'V'
Joe Mass

Joe Mass with his new 'V'

This is a special V built out of Korina by SRV guitars in Philadelphia...check out how good this sounds....!
01:1029 days ago
Doug Pettibone: Guitar player with John Mayer/Lucinda Williams/Jewel/Tracy Chapman/Lisa-Marie Presley and many others
David Becker
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Doug Pettibone: Guitar player with John Mayer/Lucinda Williams/Jewel/Tracy Chapman/Lisa-Marie Presley and many others

Doug Pettibone started to play the guitar at the age of eight. His first teacher was Andy Summers, formerly of The Police. With nine years, Doug studied with Eddie Lafreniere, guitarist for big band leader Jimmy Dorsey, with whom he spent the next five years studying the music of Dave Brubeck and Duke Ellington. Later he received a scholarship to Pepperdine University-Malibu for Jazz Guitar, Classical Guitar and Voice, graduating with a triple major in 1984. In the following years he played with many different artists of various genres. In 1999, Doug started a world tour with Jewel that lasted for a year and a half. In 2001, he played pedal steel, mandolin and background vocals for Tracy Chapman's North American tour. Shortly after that, Lucinda Williams hired Pettibone as her multi-instrumentalist, singer and music director to tour, record, and co-produce. Doug´s intensive collaboration with Lucinda lasted for eight years, and continued at a later stage again. In the following years, Pettibone realized several projects with other artists. In 2004 Doug participated in the Legends Rock TV show produced in the South of France, featuring guest artists such as Sam Moore, Billy Preston and Tony Joe White. Ray LaMontagne is amongst the artist Doug went on tour with, in 2009 it was Marianne Faithfull who called him up to go on tour. After that Marianne Faithfull and Doug Pettibone started to write together new songs for a new album. In the last few years, Pettibone has played live and/or recorded with some of the most influential artists of our times, among them Keith Richards, Norah Jones, Steve Earle, Elvis Costello, Joan Baez, Mark Knopfler, Draco Rosa, Sting, Michelle Shocked, Vic Chesnutt, Kevin Montgomery, amongst others. In 2012 he went on tour with Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis Presley. In 2013 Pettibone toured with Lucinda Williams with just the two of them on stage. He joined John Mayer's touring band as lap steel and guitar player for the Born and Raised 2013 World Tour. 2016 Doug is on World Tour with the Italian Zucchero - accompanied by Brian Auger on Hammond Organo.
21:2322 months ago
MUST WATCH! $10,000 guitar gifted to Michael Lemmo from a fan at Norman's Rare Guitars
Michael Lemmo

MUST WATCH! $10,000 guitar gifted to Michael Lemmo from a fan at Norman's Rare Guitars

Get ready to grab your tissues because this is a good one! This week Norm got a call from our friend Susan, and she wanted to buy Lemmo his dream guitar as a surprise. She's never been to the store, but she's a big fan of the Norman's Rare Guitars YouTube Channel, and she has a heart of gold! Susan, you're an absolute angel! Thank you for this insanely generous gift, Lemmo is freaking out!!!
10:0314 months ago
Norman Just Found A BUNCH of Super Rare & Collectible Vintage Guitars
Norman's Rare Guitars

Norman Just Found A BUNCH of Super Rare & Collectible Vintage Guitars

Norman Just Found A BUNCH of Super Rare & Collectible Vintage Guitars
09:1032 days ago
Joe Bonamassa 1962 Gibson ES-335
Norman's Rare Guitars
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Joe Bonamassa 1962 Gibson ES-335

Catching up with our friend Joe Bonamassa at #NormansRareGuitars! He ended up buying this 1962 Gibson ES-335 and talked about his tour with Norm and Lemmo!
11:2854 days ago
Episode 3: Freddie Green Style Comping.  Jonathan explains the dark art of acoustic rhythm comping, often referred to as the "Freddie Green" style of big band rhythm playing.
Archtop Crazy

Episode 3: Freddie Green Style Comping. Jonathan explains the dark art of acoustic rhythm comping, often referred to as the "Freddie Green" style of big band rhythm playing.

Archtop Crazy with Jonathan Stout: Episode 3: Freddie Green Style Comping. Jonathan explains the dark art of acoustic rhythm comping, often referred to as the "Freddie Green" style of big band rhythm playing. Freddie was the guitar player in the Count Basie band from 1937 until 1987 and is regarded as the undisputed master of this unique style of rhythm playing.
01:03:202 years ago
Nextdoor Sessions: Freebo & Alice Howe; 'You Just Never Know'
Nextdoor Sessions

Nextdoor Sessions: Freebo & Alice Howe; 'You Just Never Know'

Nextdoor Sessions: Freebo & Alice Howe; 'You Just Never Know'. Alice and Freebo come by and play one of the great original tracks off Alice's new album.
04:022 years ago
A Band & A Van - Season 1, Ep. 11 Nowhere Else To Go.
The Newbees

A Band & A Van - Season 1, Ep. 11 Nowhere Else To Go.

The Newbees return to the Ohio valley and head north east of Cincinnati to Nowhere Else farm, home of the iconic band Over the Rhine.
40:232 months ago
Jack Ryan Sullivan Country: Lesson 1: Travelin' from G to C....in style....!
Jack Ryan Sullivan
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Jack Ryan Sullivan Country: Lesson 1: Travelin' from G to C....in style....!

Jack Ryan was born in Clemson, South Carolina. While in South Carolina, Jack was the guitar and mandolin protege of Jimmy Rogers, who was known as the Godfather of Music and the fastest guitar player in the southeast. Jack was also the five-string banjo protege of Charles Wood, who won the National Banjo Championship five years in a row and also served as actor Steve Martin’s banjo teacher. Jack was also the plectrum banjo protege of Benjamin Johnson IV, who was the star pupil of Perry Bechtel, the number one four-string banjo player and number three guitar player in the world during the first half of the 20th centuryIn 2013, Jack moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he became the house guitar player for many of Nashville’s world-famous honky tonks including Tootsie’s, Rippy’s, Honky Tonk Central, Second Fiddle, The Stage, The Valentine, and Paradise Park. During this time, Jack became known as having the “Fastest Fingers on Broadway” as dubbed by Twilight’s Taylor Lautner. While in Nashville, Jack played on stage and toured with Steven Tyler, Kid Rock, Vince Gill, Montgomery Gentry, Dierks Bentley, The Swon Brothers, Hank Williams III, Rhonda Vincent, and Larry Gatlin of The Gatlin Brothers. Jack Ryan’s band was the featured band for Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan’s private CMA Party in 2016. Jack’s experience includes: 17 years playing music and 11 years teaching experience with over 5,500 former students. Jack plays and teaches acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, violin/fiddle, viola, cello, upright bass, electric bass, five-string banjo, plectrum, banjo, tenor banjo, ukulele, dobro, lap steel guitar, accordion, piano, and drums.
05:2122 months ago
Omer Fedi playing a 1963 Fender Stratocaster at Norman's Rare Guitars
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Omer Fedi playing a 1963 Fender Stratocaster at Norman's Rare Guitars

Omer Fedi playing a 1963 Fender Stratocaster at Norman's Rare Guitars
02:2811 months ago
Joe Mass: A little chat about technique.
Joe Mass
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Joe Mass: A little chat about technique.

Joe Mass: A little chat about technique.
01:455 months ago
Fender American Pro II vs. American Ultra Stratocaster
Alamo Music Center

Fender American Pro II vs. American Ultra Stratocaster

"In keeping with our comparisons of Fender's new beautiful American Professional II line, we're back to take a look at the American Pro II Strat up against its modern and advanced older brother, the American Ultra. Though Fender has updated its flagship line, the American Pro II, with some more modern features, there are still a few key differences from the Ultras; namely, pickups, neck shapes, tuning machines, and finishes; however, the addition of some new pickup switching options, updated hardware, and heel contouring takes these two lines closer than ever before."
19:2711 months ago