Here are samples of my guitar handywork. I'd love to play electric, acoustic, resonator guitar or electric bass on your song! If you like, I can record my parts to your track in my home studio and send you the files. Contact me at: email@example.com
Here's an example of a "classic rock" style solo. This is our Steppenwolf tribute. ;-) I used a Voodoo Labs Microvibe on the song to give it that spacey feel, and notice how the guitar and voice complement each other at the end of the song.
This solo is interesting because the first half is slower, restrained and sad. While the second half of the song picks up the feel and starts rockin', it also switces to a major tonality, so the solo screams in a little more upbeat way.
This is a great example of my Dickey Betts influence. I think it's a cool solo melodically, and fits the feel of the song well.
Here's the first solo from an as-of-yet unreleased song called "Guitar Lovin' Man." It shows a a bit of my country flair.
Here's the next three solos back-to-back from "Guitar Lovin' Man."
Played a Hot Rails-equipped Tele through my Mesa .50 Caliber. Volume at about 2. Clean, then MasterVol at 5, then MasterVol at 8.