Posts Tagged “yngwie malmsteen”

Yngwie Malmsteen Inspiration

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Yngwie Malmsteen Inspiration

The review of Yngwie Malmsteen Inspiration. On October 14, 1996 Yngwie Malmsteen released one of his most mind blowing recordings. This album is called “Inspiration” because he covers music by Kansas, Rainbow, Deep Purple, Jimi Hendrix, Scorpions, UK and even Rush. Based on how many Deep Purple and Rainbow songs are on the album it…

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Taka Minamino – December 2014

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Taka Minamino – December 2014

  While listening to a random album we heard our guitar player of the month. Digital Guitar Player would like to deliver the ultimate christmas gift to our readers.  Taka Minamino hails from Osaka, Japan and is a 2005 graduate of the Musicians Institute in Japan. We discovered Taka while listening to yet another Derek…

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Tina S Up and Coming Guitar Player at 15

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Tina S Up and Coming Guitar Player at 15

Tina S is another amazing google discovery by Digital Guitar Player. She has been out making a name for herself on YouTube as well as showcased in guitar magazines. Take note of how flawlessly she plays guitar masterpieces by Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, Eddie Van Halen, Vivaldi, John Petrucci and even Gary Moore. Tina hails…

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Rated X Approaches 2015 Keeping Rock Alive

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Rated X Approaches 2015 Keeping Rock Alive

A band that consists of some of the finest session musicians in rock history released a brand new rock album today. The name of the band is Rated X and the album is a self-titled recording released on Frontiers records. The members include vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple, Yngwie Malmsteen), guitarist Karl Cochran…

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Tony MacAlpine 2014

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Tony MacAlpine 2014

On October 15, 2014 one of the most technically advanced guitar players on the planet arrived at Roxy and Dukes Roadhouse Lounge in Dunellen, NJ just a short 15 minute drive from my location. This was exciting since the only other time that I saw Tony MacAlpine was when he toured with Steve Vai. When I…

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Return to Forever Returns

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This is so random but who cares, right? That is why we put this in the random thoughts section. Every once in a while we like to listen to random music on Spotify.  Spotify is incredible because there is so much music that gets discovered that has not been heard before by us.  So anyway…

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