PremierGuitar.com made a spectacular interview with Chris Squire, Chris’ technician Richard Davis and Steve Howe where they present all of they gear for the current Three-album tour.
Possibly the most complete guided tour to Chris’ and Steve’s instruments, effects and amps. A rare chance to see our heroes talking about the instruments that make history for nearly half a century.
03/05/2013 in News
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Last week, Chris Squire received questions from fans all over the world so he could answer via Yesworld.
Luckily enough my question was answered. Here is what I asked and what Chris replied:
Question – “Dear Chris. You mentioned on interviews about ‘Roundabout‘ bass line being doubled by yourself playing a guitar. It seems to me that you might have applied the same technique previously on ‘All Good People‘. Can you confirm this? Thank you.”
Answer – “No, the bass guitar on ‘All Good People’ was not doubled, as far as I can remember; I think that’s purely just a bass guitar. But you are indeed correct that ‘Roundabout’ was me doubling the bass line with a big Gibson electric guitar that belonged to Steve Howe.”
You can check all of Chris’ answers, here.
By Christmas time I had the honour to be interviewed by Kevin Mulryne’s Yes Music Podcast show. It turned out to be a really nice chat! Thank you very much, Kevin! I take the opportunity to wish everyone a Merry belated Christmas and a Happy New Year! http://www.mulryne.com/yesmusicpodcast/episodes/episode-65-an-interview-with-bass-maestro-miguel-falcao/