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Joe Satriani’s new album, Engines of Creation, laces
stunning sonic fretwork with musical riddles and melodic assaults. It
also marks a startling new phase for one of rock’s most celebrated
guitar players and teachers to the stars.
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|A recent press
announcement from Liquid Audio
lead us to the virtual door of rock guitar pioneer Ronnie Montrose. No
dinosaur is Montrose -- he not only continues to pump out mean guitar
licks into creative space, but also manages to design and maintain his
web presence at www.ronnieland.com.
Montrose and his group, Gamma, are currently working on a new recording project in the Bay area; sharing production time between his own home studio and Troy Luccetta's TML Studios. We all remember Luccetta as drummer for the band Tesla, and Troy has just recently purchased a shiney new G4 to suppliment and augment the 24 track analog machine and rack of ADATs at TML. (Ronnie used the 24 track analog and his own Sony PCM 800s for the project.)
MacRocks will be bringing you more info on Montrose, Luccetta and TML Studios as well as a review of the latest work from Gamma in the near future.