Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, January 1978
Mar 28 2013 5:09PM
Tedesco talks about working for composer Artie Kane on the scoring stage for the film "Looking for Mr. Goodbar," which was directed by Richard Brooks
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, November 1977
Mar 27 2013 2:44PM
Tedesco fakes some oud parts on a nylon-string guitar for the TV show "Baretta" in this Studio Log from November 1977
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, October 1977
Mar 25 2013 2:53PM
In this October 1977 Studio Log, Tedesco gets a Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer compressor and rocks out on three Awards shows
Surrounded by Strings: Kaki King's Inventive Acoustic Flow
Mar 25 2013 9:59AM
According to the 2013 GP Reader’s Poll, Kaki King is not only the reigning acoustic queen—she’s today’s Best Acoustic Guitarist, period.
Mar 25 2013 9:26AM
What do Paul McCartney, John Fogerty, and Paul Simon have in common?
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, August 1977
Mar 20 2013 2:29PM
In this installment of Studio Log, Tedesco wins an audition to be on the '70s-era Gong Show
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, July 1977
Mar 19 2013 1:45PM
In this classic Studio Log from the July 1977 issue of Guitar Player, Tedesco talks about playing challenging music for both a TV score and a Frank Zappa session
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, June 1977
Mar 14 2013 2:17PM
Tedesco discusses his playing on the 1977 date for "How the West Was Won"
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log
Mar 13 2013 8:05PM
Tedesco's "The Waltons'" Studio Log was published in the May 1977 issue
Jake Shimabukuro on Recording with Alan Parsons
Mar 13 2013 3:36PM
JAKE SHIMABUKURO has always taken the ukulele where it has never gone before. On his latest release, Grand Ukulele [Mailboat], he had some help in the form of legendary producer Alan Parsons.
Blast from the Past: Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log
Mar 12 2013 6:16PM
Tedesco does a rare Q/A in the September 1977 issue
Guitar Talk, A Session Roundtable of the Guitarists on Donald Fagen's Sunken Condos
Mar 6 2013 12:00AM
Those not in the “in crowd” can only assume that being a session guitarist on a Steely Dan or Donald Fagen project is an exercise of much creative energy expended for a rickety shot at fate.
Wild Card! Earl Slick's Street Rock Odyssey from Clubs to Bowie, Lennon, The NY Dolls, Solo Projects, and Beyond
Jan 29 2013 12:00AM
The hardest-working man in show biz” is a time-honored cliché, but damned if it doesn’t nail the restless, Type-A productivity of Earl Slick.
Jan 28 2013 12:00AM
Not Your Kind of People [Stunvolume] may be less hard-edged than some previous Garbage albums, but it is nevertheless chockfull of cool and often aggressive guitar tones.
Dec 19 2012 12:00AM
WITH A VINTAGE STEINWAY IN HIS LIVING room, a view of downtown Los Angeles, a veritable Noah’s Ark of music gear in his home studio, and his band, Maroon 5, enjoying multi-platinum album sales, James Valentine is living many a
Under Investigation: Billy Cobham's 'Spectrum'
Rhythm Workshop: Sliding Fourths
Style Study: Buddy Guy and Guitar Slim
Rhythm Workshop: 40 Ways to Play an Am Chord
You're Playing It Wrong: "Green Oniions"
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