Here is an update and remaster of my 2008 cover of Roundabout, including new guitar overdubs and a some corrected notes on the secondary bassline, at the “Drifting Cloud” middle section.
Here is the video I have made to celebrate the 72nd birthday of Chris Squire. It’s “And You and I” and I have tried to go through the various possible overdubs in the recording, while also adding some of the live features, such as the inclusion of bass pedals.
Wishing a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
On April 12th, I had the great privilege to play for Paul Gilbert, at the occasion of his Masterclass show, in my hometown, Coimbra. In fact, it all started two months before, when I was invited for the event and began learning all the material: 10 songs, including rock classics from The Beatles, Gary Moore,Continue reading “A night with Paul Gilbert”
Celebrating Chris Squire’s 71st birthday. Bass: Rickenbacker 4001CS Strings: Rotosound Swing Bass RS66LD (45-105, stainless steel) Amp: Ampeg PF-350 Signal path: Bass→Ampeg PF-350→PC
To close the year of 2018 I’d like to thank you for your presence and support. It’s great to have gathered to many friends in the page and I hope next year we’ll continue sharing the good vibes! Muito obrigado a todos! Bass: Rickenbacker 4001CS Strings: Rotosound Swing Bass RS66LD (45-105, stainless steel) Preamp: SansampContinue reading “We Have Heaven”
Dear friends, I am back with another cover video. This time with a wonderful Squackett song (a collaboration of Chris Squire and Steve Hackett). I hope you enjoy it!
Hello everyone, although I’m still busier than usual with my professional activities, I managed to make this new video to celebrate Chris’ 70th Birthday. I hope you enjoy it, and celebrate together the music of our hero! Thank you to all of those who have written me and shown me your support during these lastContinue reading “Sound Chaser”
Bass: Rickenbacker 4001CS Strings: Rotosound Swing Bass RS66LD (45-105, stainless steel) Signal conditioning: Boss LM-2 (limiter) Preamp: Sansamp Bass Driver DI (BDDI) Signal path: Bass→LM-2→BDDI→PC