SEEKINGRhythm Guitar, Keyboard.
I picked up the guitar and a Glen Campbell song book when I was around 7. I had seen a talent show at my elementary school where a motley group of kids were playing the theme from "Barney Miller" and after seeing the bass player belt out that bass riff, I knew right there what I wanted to do with my life... Unfortunately, someone, somewhere had other plans, but I have continued to play and learn more about the instrument. Although Randy Rhoads is my main influence, I love everything from Motown to Johnny Cash to ZZ Top. I am even trying my hand at songwriting with the help of a good friend. One day, it would be great to be in a local TSO cover band or have a place to jam like Daryl's House. If you want to contact me, just email me "ncytariot at g mail".
- Screen name:
- Rhoads Scholar
- Member since:
- Oct 19 2017
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Moderately Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 10 to 50
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Most available:
Randy Rhoads, Johnny Cash, Nuno Bettencourt, Willie Nelson, Kevin Fowler, John 5, EVH, David Gilmore, Hetfield/Hammett, Walsh/Felder, TSO, Jim Croce, Billy Gibbons, ELO, Mark Tremonti, Tom Petty, Beatles, Hank Williams, Unknown Hinson, Bernie Taupin, Mark Klett, Matchbox 20, Hall and Oates, anything Motown, anything with a solid rhythm or hook.
- Rhythm Guitar:
- Lead Guitar:
- Acoustic Guitar:
Star Spangled Banner
Star Spangled BannerPracticing with overdubs
Boston - More Than A Feeling - Solo with Backing Track
Boston - More Than A Feeling - Solo with Backing TrackSolo with backing track for More Than A Feeling
CinnamonRecording with Daniel Fouquet
UniReverseOriginal with an attempt at creating a Theremin effect with an electric guitar.
Crazy Train Solo (Randy Rhoads)
Crazy Train Solo (Randy Rhoads)My cover of the guitar solo in Crazy Train
Hotel California Solo
Hotel California SoloMy cover of the Hotel California guitar solo
Paying homage to Randy Rhoads
Paying homage to Randy RhoadsPaying homage to my childhood hero, Randy Rhoads