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Less Is More, But Not When It Comes to Tracking Guitar Parts

Something you may be surprised to hear is that it is often very common to have as many as 10 to 15 guitar tracks on a single pop/rock song.

Photo Gallery: The Top 10 Session Guitarists

One of the most important things I can explain to people who want to become session players is how they need to take a good long look at those who have gone before. In this photo gallery is a list of some of MY faves -- and a brief description of each player.

Session Guitar: The Importance of Playing "In The Pocket"

So what is the pocket and how can you learn it? You can’t learn it without hearing and feeling it. You can’t understand it in a vacuum. It exists and shows its teeth and beauty while playing live with other musicians. Once you learn it, your life will never be the same.

Session Guitar: How to Build a Solid Client Base

Some believe the day of the studio musician is over. Not so, by any means. We’re just hiding in the comfort of our own home studios. These days, we are most likely our own contractors, arrangers, engineers, producers and -- oh yeah -- musicians.

Session Guitar: Required Software for Home Recording Sessions

What software is best/necessary to do professionally compatible sessions at home? There are so many choices, so many options and a wide range of prices. Don't let salesmen fool you. You do not need Pro Tools. If you use it, great! If not, great! Use something else.

Session Guitar: You Don't Need Fancy Gear to Get Started

I’ve been a professional studio guy for some 30-odd years. In that time, I’ve learned a few tricks, playing methods and recording techniques I can share with you to make your playing standout and have the client call you back time and time again.