Guitar recording sessions Category

It’s 2019, and the last blog was aaaages ago.

With the exception of my Instagram and to a less degree my Facebook page, I have been far less active online that I used to be – largely a result of being ever busier. It’s a shame from a self-promotion point of view, as much of the guitar and recording work I’ve been doing has […]

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2015 in review

Hello kind folk, I hope your 2016s are looking collectively magnificent, or at least better than 2015! Thank you for reading the blog again. 2015 was a pretty poor effort in terms of keeping up to date here so bear me with if this one turns into a bit of a session. A lot happened last year […]

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Jamiroquai and (a) seal

Bit late posting this but wow, what a varied week. Had a great day in the studio with Tallia Storm and our new bass player Paul Turner, who’s played with so many great names it doesn’t bear thinking about. He’s Mister Soul and Funk, playing with Annie Lennox, George Michael, and of course as a […]

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2014 – what happened there?

2014 has been a fun year here in the world of online guitar sessions. Here’s what was going to be a quick round up but has ended up being a sort of digest of my working year. Pimp my rig Fun stuff first – new guitars. The biggest, most inspiring thing as far as I’m concerned […]

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Radio 1 session with Tallia Storm

Some time ago I recorded a simple acoustic guitar track for a young singer. She had an incredible voice, the song was great, and while they were quite specific about what wanted they were happy with the track and I didn’t think much more about it until months later, when I got an email asking […]

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Getting great guitar tone and recording it

March 17, 2014 There is a wide range of ways to record electric guitar, from plugging a guitar straight into a computer and using a free guitar amp simulator, to agonising over the impedance of guitar cables, using decades-old vintage stomp boxes, having the ‘right’ preamp valves, buffers, isolated power supplies, fiddling with microphone placement […]

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