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#43
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#44
yo guys, check out Satch's playing on this live track called "W" by this band called Particle. They are a electronica based jam band, and they recently released a live album called "Transformations". I've never heard Satch play with a jam band, a really chilled out track to say the least, and to add to Satch's guitar you've got the amazing DJ Logic scratching it up and throwing some swirling soundscapes.

and then get hold of the album, you guys should enjoy it.
#45
Quote by pavan
His earlier albums I like better.


Same here. I'm a big fan, I like his versatility and melodic playing, but he sorta lost me after Crystal Planet.
#46
Really? Love and SBM are some of my favourites.

Flying in a Blue Dream remains my least favourite.
#47
Now, I've only browsed through the posts so someone may have said this already but apart from being an incredible musician.....Satch is one of the nicest blokes I've ever met, I met him when he came here last year on the Super Colossal tour.....he was clearly half dead after performing an awesome show, but he came in (meet & greet afterwards) only half an hour after he finished and took the time to talk to everyone in there, had pictures taken, and the first thing he did when he entered the room was hold out a pen and say "Ok how much stuff would you all like me to sign".....not only that, but Dave LaRue came in and said hello to everyone, and his manager came in giving us free posters. Now I don't know about the rest of you but I've never seen such kind hearted rock stars, I can't think of any others that would do all that.

Woah I wrote quite allot there......erm......ROCK ON SATCH
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#48
I watched the 'Live in Sanfrancisco' dvd the other night..
I couldnt believe how rude the crowd were to Stu Hamm,booing the guy when he did his solo...the crowd were there to see satch i know but i would of died of embarrasment if i had been satch and my fans were booing like that...some people need to be taken outside and beaten without mercy !!
#49
Quote by tasty_lick
I watched the 'Live in Sanfrancisco' dvd the other night..
I couldnt believe how rude the crowd were to Stu Hamm,booing the guy when he did his solo...the crowd were there to see satch i know but i would of died of embarrasment if i had been satch and my fans were booing like that...some people need to be taken outside and beaten without mercy !!


They were saying "Stuuu". It's basically his chant.
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#50
Hell, he was joking around with the crowd too, pretending to be scoff them off before laughing. And you see how crazy everyone goes after his bass solo, they loved him.

They Stu him because they love him!
#51
Stu was great when he was around. Even Matt Bisonette.. now their gone, bye bye!!

But apparently Joe's really happy with his new bassist(forgot name), apparently Stu wasnt into Rock and Matt wasnt into soloing, the new guy he got is somewhat of a mix between the two. If im not mistaken its Jon Petrucci's bassist or something like that..
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#52
Quote by blues_rocker
They were saying "Stuuu". It's basically his chant.



Reminds me of a kid in my highschool nicknamed "Moose" who played football. Everytime we had a pep rally and they called his name, we'd all yell "Moooooooose!!" And the principal would flip out cause he'd think we were booing.

Anyway, has anyone seen the new JSX 15-watt Class A tube amp? Apparently Satch recorded a couple of tracks on Super Collosal using an early prototype. I'm looking to buy a small tube amp, but I cant find much info on it.
#53
Quote by blues_rocker
They were saying "Stuuu". It's basically his chant.



Oh well,I didnt know that !

Certainly sounded like booing then,half way thru when he pauses to 'milk' the crowd
it sounds like booing and he looks really pissed off....hmmm
#54
Quote by tasty_lick
Oh well,I didnt know that !

Certainly sounded like booing then,half way thru when he pauses to 'milk' the crowd
it sounds like booing and he looks really pissed off....hmmm


Yeah, that's what I thought the first time I heard them chanting too. Then I saw Stu's wiki article, and it said something about the chant.
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#55
joe satriani is in my town (meridian, ms) right now..no concert..i am pretty certain that he is doing business with peavey..(this is where peavey was actually born)..my friend got an autograph and my dad is going to allow me to sign out of school tomorrow if he can get somthing set up bc he drew the blueprint for the factories around here...so he can get somthing set up im hoping
#57
I've heard a few Satriani songs cause a friend of mine plays them alot..and I was wondering if any of you guys could point me to a particular album to start me off.
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I've heard a few Satriani songs cause a friend of mine plays them alot..and I was wondering if any of you guys could point me to a particular album to start me off.


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#60
Joe is one of my personal top 3 guitar players of all time. His ability to truly understand melody and write songs that the average music fan can listen to while being technically sound floors me. For a perfect example of this, just compare "Flying in a Blue Dream" to "Speed of Light". 2 of my fav Satch songs and their on both sides of the spectrum. FIABD has that great melody and insane legato lines while SOL is all about the rhythm and melody.
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#61
anyway, I was recently watching G3: Live in Denver, while tripping face on 3 hits of some pretty good acid (it's an incredibly humorous experience, and highly recommend it) and we sorta came to the conclusion that Satch was pretty ****ing high during the jam, musta toked a good thick blunt... everything kinda fell into place thereafter...
#62
I just got Chrystal Planet, my first Satch cd. I'm pretty amazed, and praying that G3 come into Texas this year (I'm a huge Petrucci fan).
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#63
I just wanted to thank you guys for pointing me in the right direction, Joe Satriani is AMAZING!

He's defineitly better than most guitarists out there, I put him in my top 5 guitarists of all time.

Crushing Day is an awesome song!
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#64
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#65
i really wanna know why joe satriani and pat metheny havent done anything together. they play and sound somewhat similar
#66
Can anyone help me out? I recently got Crystal Planet from a friend and "Up In The Sky" skips. Can someone send me a copy via my email?

It would be much appreciated.
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#67
after seeing him live you realize just how much he holds back on his albums. When him and the band get into their jamming mood he goes crazy, playing with his teeth behind his head, playing insanely fast, without ever losing his technique. He followed eric johnson and even eric johnson paled in comparison. And to top it off he's the nicest guy, he had another show the next day in another state and yet he stayed for almost 4 hours after the concert to meet fans, take pictures and sign autographs and guitars. His bus left like at 2am. he learned that vocal style of playing from lenny tristano, who made him scat sing guitar lines.
#68
Quote by the_invince
after seeing him live you realize just how much he holds back on his albums. When him and the band get into their jamming mood he goes crazy, playing with his teeth behind his head, playing insanely fast, without ever losing his technique. He followed eric johnson and even eric johnson paled in comparison. And to top it off he's the nicest guy, he had another show the next day in another state and yet he stayed for almost 4 hours after the concert to meet fans, take pictures and sign autographs and guitars. His bus left like at 2am. he learned that vocal style of playing from lenny tristano, who made him scat sing guitar lines.



That is awesome to hear, i'm finally getting to see a G3 in Myrtle Beach the 31st of next month! Two of my all time fav guitar players in one spot(Petrucci and Satriani) I almost shat myself when I heard that date announced.
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#70
On can't slow down from flying in a blue dream has anyone noticed that satch's singing is actually very good?
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#71
Quote by mr kipling
On can't slow down from flying in a blue dream has anyone noticed that satch's singing is actually very good?

yeah, but the song isn't
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#72
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#73
off of the Extremist album, what are more songs on that album like Motorcycle Driver. i LOVE that song and i want more songs like it. any suggestions?
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#74
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off of the Extremist album, what are more songs on that album like Motorcycle Driver. i LOVE that song and i want more songs like it. any suggestions?


Speed of Light
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#75
Quote by the_invince
he learned that vocal style of playing from lenny tristano, who made him scat sing guitar lines.

not only that im sure that joe pass taught him well
#77
^

he actually mentions that during the Strange Beautiful Music podcast (where he would include it in a few setlists). And on a separate interview somewhere or something. Basically, it's too 'clunky' (also with The Forgotten Pt2) with the rhythm,... and/or it's too 80s!
#78
he cant pull the solo off live either.he said it himself
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#79
Yes, because he feels uncomfotable with it. as the solo was completely composed and he feels compelled to play it exactly how it's like on record (I know what he means) instead of doing what he usually does for solos, as virtually almost every other solo is improvised and not written.