Future Times / Rejoice

Future Times / Rejoice is indeed a very special song for me. This was the song that introduced me to the Yes from the 70’s. My good friend Pedro was already a big fan and he wanted me to listen to the classic stuff, as I was getting very interested in Yes after he lentContinue reading “Future Times / Rejoice”

Into The Storm

Entering the Christmas Season “Into The Storm”, one of the many highlights of the “Fly From Here” album, featuring Chris’ distinctive Mutron III sound. Schindleria Praematurus! Thank You Chris! Bass: Rickenbacker 4001 CS Strings: Rotosound Swing Bass RS66LD (45-105, stainless steel) Effects: Amplitube 3 (Envelope Filter on bridge pickup) T-RackS (compressor on both pickups) Signal path:Continue reading “Into The Storm”

On The Silent Wings Of Freedom (remaster)

While I don’t have time to complete the next video, I have tried to produce a slightly better quality audio/video version of my first upload. I had to use some different settings for the fx and fixed sync issues. This time I used Amplitube’s “Nu-Tron” to emulate the Mu-Tron III pedal. I also added someContinue reading “On The Silent Wings Of Freedom (remaster)”

Rig Rundown – Yes’ Chris Squire & Steve Howe

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 historyContinue reading “Rig Rundown – Yes’ Chris Squire & Steve Howe”

On the Silent Wings of Freedom

Note: A remastered version of this video, with better quality can be watched here. On the Silent Wings of Freedom was my first YES-bassline video, recorded, most appropriately, to celebrate Chris Squire’s 60th birthday. “onward, through the night”… of March 4th 2008, celebrating the 60th “ever opening flower” of Mr.Chris Squire. My 1st attempt onContinue reading “On the Silent Wings of Freedom”