With Sails Ahead is an up-and-coming five piece rock band from Toms River, New Jersey. Inspired heavily by progressive post-hardcore music, their sound is built upon syncopated rhythms and colorful leads all tied together by memorable vocal melodies. Formed in 2014, it took two years for vocalist Sierra Binondo to complete the line-up with the best musicians for the band’s sound. With Sails Ahead will release their second EP Years in Waiting on Friday, June 3rd. New Jersey natives can catch their EP release show at The Brighton Bar in Long Branch, NJ on Friday, June 10th. Having no members in the band, With Sails Ahead’s first EP Open Letters was written and recorded by Sierra Binondo with the help of friends in the New Jersey music scene.As a result of releasing Open Letters, Binondo slowly but surely drew the interest of musicians who filled in for With Sails Ahead or became permanent members. Playing an abundance of gigs to make up for lost time, With Sails Ahead have begun to carve their mark into the alternative music scene.Their EP Years in Waiting is their latest effort in blurring the lines between rock and post-hardcore, with lyrics inspiring others to find strength and self-worth
Sierra Binondo –Vocals Josef Warner-Reyes –Guitar Santino Costa –Guitar Jaime Martinez –Bass Andrew Rotundo –Drums
Hey guys I am having a problem hooking up my DMZ EVO2 Bridge pickup into my Ibanez S series that has an HSH setup. I am going to be very detailed.
After following the wiring instructions, the EVO2 is audible but when I use the 5 way pickup selector in the bridge position for some reason the middle pickup is on. I could take the easy way out and just un-solder the mid pickup but I want this guitar to be fully functional.
Find someone who has experience in ALL areas like, performing, writing, producing, and teaching. Meet with them first to discuss your goals, you will be paying him after all. Kinda like a personal trainer.
I like resting on the strings slightly to give octaves and power chords a percussive edge, you can definitely hear the difference on a good recording. To strum 3 or 4 string chords I guess the best way to describe the technique is to strum diagonally towards the strings as opposed to vertically.
yes, you are right. but the thing is, he doesn't do both lead and rythem at the same time, like he has some lead riffs, then rthym and how would you play both of them together at once?
What your talking about is my tab of "This Is Home" your contesting that I should NOT have tabbed out the intro acoustic rhythm guitar chords that go UNDERNEATH the lead guitar line, simply because the band has 1 guitarist, that doesn't make sense.
By that logic your implying, by example if i were to tab out hmm let's go with "Holiday" by Green Day a song that clearly has multiple guitar tracks, it would not make sense to tab out more than one?
I also think it does too. If you say you are tabbing out the full song (but i'm being specific when I say bands with 1 guitar player) the song has layered tracks like lead/rhythm and harmonized riffs, it makes sense to tab all the parts if its the whole song being written.
Hey guys/girls I have a simple question of opinion.
When tabbing songs by bands that have only 1 guitarist but the songs have been multi tracked to have lead and rhythm guitar, does it or does it not make sense to have both parts tabbed out when tabbing out the full song?
I'm working on a project at the moment, i have a body and neck from an '84 G&L SC-2, i'm having a problem finding replacement parts so i might re-rout the electronics, it will decrease the value but i don't plan on selling it.
ive been playing guitar for over 11 years, tried most of the top manufacturers and always came back to boss, i do have a bunch of other brands, digitech, mxr ect. but they are alot more noisy than the boss ones.