Scott Abene - Guitar

Rank #2 US East Kingston, NH Indie / Rock / Funk


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Sounds Like: Ty Tabor, Vernon Reid, Jimmy Page, Gerry Cantrell, Jerry Cantrell

Manager: Giggles Music

Bio: Grew up in NYC studying with Guitar Greats like Allen Hanlon, Mike Gari and Bill Connors.

Scott cut his chops in the NYC Clubs playing a variety of styles from Jazz to Funk to Rock. When Scott was not gigging he was making a name as a talented studio player recording as a side man on many alt/i... See Full Bio

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Feb 5, 2014
Mavara Announces New Guitarist, Scott Abene! Scott grew up in New York City stu... [more]
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  • Budapest West (Artist) Budapest West
    Great funky heavy rock vibe!
  • Mike Birch (Artist) Mike Birch
    Thanks for the friendship! I'm running a new open mic in Dracut, next one is April 23, let me know if you are interested, and I'll send you info.
  • KC Daleigh (Artist) KC Daleigh
    Totally enjoyed my listen to DRIFT AWAY this evening. Wonderful guitar work.
    Hello Scott! Not only good vibes, but great atmosphere here! Congrats!
  • On Ithenfal's Wing (Artist) On Ithenfal's Wing
    Back to listen to Waiting For The World - such a great song and great vocals!
  • The Twilights (Artist) The Twilights
    coolness abounds...
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Q: love your guitar sound:do you customize your guitars?
A: Hi, Yes... I heavily customize my brand name guitars or I build my own from the ground up. I find it easier to achieve a playable instrument.

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