Sounds Like: Buddy Guy, Jakob Dylan, John Hiatt, Robben Ford Music, Steve Vai
Bio: From small clubs to the Sunset Strip, you might catch this transplanted island rocker playing somewhere in the LA and Orange counties. He plays a variety of styles that range from Blues to Jazz, Rock to Bach, R&B, Funk and Country too.
Randy is a versatile guitarist who has been playing guitar s...See Full Bio
“The music began at approximately 12 noon when the opening act, Crosscut Delux would take the stage. They got right to the job of warming up the initially intimate audience as other attendees were still making their way from church to the bar. There would soon be a mix of mankind—male and female, young and old, men in hats and gals in flats, seniors and señors and all fans of the blues. The band got moving with their take on Jesse Stoner’s twelve-bar blues bit “Shake, Rattle and Roll”. They also shined with such covers as Muddy Waters' “Walking Through The Park” and Buddy Guy’s “She’s a Superstar”. ”
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Q: How did you record the electic guitars? You kinda got a Def Leppard sound going on...
A: I use a Line 6 LiveXT to record most of my electric guitar sounds. From the patches that are built in, I tweak many of them to suit the sound that I am looking for. The amp configs I use the most are the Marshall JCM, Fender Tweed and Blackface sounds. As for guitars I use Gibson LP's, Fender Strat's and a G&L Tele to create those tones.
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