video From lifestyle and listening to note-taking and setups, the Yes guitarist gives us his advice on how to stay productive.
There was no such thing as progressive rock, explains Howe. It was just that their sound needed a bigger canvas.
Although he used a number of different guitars throughout the 1970s, the ES-175 remained Howe's main studio guitar and his personal favorite.
The Yes guitarist says that his days lugging a big, complex pedalboard around on tour are long over.
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