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Paul Gilbert


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Paul Gilbert es un virtuoso guitarrista estadounidense. Nacido el 6 de noviembre de 1966 en Carbondale, Illinois. Comenzó a tocar la guitarra a los 5 años, y a los 15 apareció en la revista Guitar Player junto a Yngwie Malmsteen. En 1984 se mudó a Los Ángeles para ir a estudiar al GIT (Guitar Institute of Technology), volviéndose instructor al año.

Sus influencias van desde Eddie Van Halen e Yngwie Malmsteen hasta otras no tan comunes para un guitarrista de este estilo, como The Beatles, The Beach Boys y The Ramones.

Es considerado uno de los guitarristas más rápidos del mundo, por ello salió elegido dentro de los diez primeros en una encuesta de la revista Guitar One. No sólo se destaca por su habilidad en la guitarra eléctrica, sino que también ejecuta con la guitarra acústica aun gran nivel, como demuestra en sus discos Acoustic Samurai y Gilbert Hotel.

Ha impartido algunos talleres en video, como Intense Rock - Sequences & Techniques, Intense Rock II, Guitars from Mars, Guitars from Mars II y Terryfying Guitar Trip, donde demuestra sus habilidades como guitarrista y como instructor, enseñando a tocar la guitarra con muy buen sentido del humor.

A pesar de que muchos creen que él es Buckethead, éste fue un alumno de Paul Gilbert durante casi un año, de allí viene su parecido en la ejecución del instrumento.


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  • Gurgenium

    Его музыка своей атмосферой почему-то напоминает мне советскую эстраду 70-х.

    26 Ago 18:26 Responder
  • flaviovigatto

    This man can feel what he plays. (2

    20 Ago 15:20 Responder
  • flaviovigatto

    Excelent sz

    20 Ago 15:20 Responder
  • MaxxNemo

    супер гитарюга.. )

    12 Ago 22:26 Responder
  • MaxxNemo

    Кто русский-палец вверх за модную футболку!!!! [4]

    12 Ago 22:25 Responder
  • mistatwinkies

    just got my int'l/US copy of it (Shrapnel Records) which has this descriptive sticker on the front: <"Stone Pushing Uphill Man" is a guitar oriented instrumental record on which Paul covers a group of his favorite songs, originally recorded by some of the world's best vocalists. Paul uses his guitar like a voice to convey a wide range of emotions, while retaining his signature cutting edge solo work.> After finding out about the song covers I was hoping there would be more vocals, but before I was hoping for more original work because his composition is something I've been appreciating a lot more since SFBADR. The other songs are covers but the originals are: Shock Absorber, Stone Pushing Uphill Man, and Purple Without All the Red, the title-song being the only one with vocals. Portnoy plays drums on "Working for the Weekend" and "Why Don't We Do It in the Road". The album's a fun listen but if you're new to his work you're better off checking it out after the last few releases.

    11 Ago 0:48 Responder
  • TheFinalJoker

    Got my copy of the new album from Japan some days ago. It's really different from the previous albums again, very improvisational, bluesy, lofty, non-metal shredding stuff. I love it, though.

    25 Jul 0:17 Responder
  • mistatwinkies I wish he announced this stuff ahead of time, no US/Int'l release date is such a slap in the face

    26 Jun 5:23 Responder
  • ilhammaulana

    This man can feel what he plays.

    18 May 16:22 Responder
  • mistatwinkies

    @DeValanten: Some of Paul's instrumental songs are just disguised practice routines, he's admittedly written some of his work by building a song around a couple cool riffs/licks, but his pop-rock vocal songs aren't boring, but they are pretty simple and straightforward. I think his appeal is his unique playing style, and with that, interesting variations on electric guitar bits we've heard a million times from other blues-rock. I personally love his humble and down-to-earth attitude in contrast to all the ego-maniacs in the "shred" genre, and I think it reflects in his studio and live work.

    19 Ene 20:43 Responder
  • DeValanten

    His solo stuff really sounds like a boring thing, after second-third listening. Definitely, a stuff for guitar-nerds.

    16 Ene 16:55 Responder
  • mistatwinkies

    Kinda bummed there has been little to no new updates about new music in the last year, just guitar lessons and G4 the guitar lesson experience (why joe why)

    8 Ene 4:26 Responder
  • god_day

    vibrato is really amazing. just the thing you would expect from paul. he constantly progresses and pushes himself to get out of his comfort zone. the music is great, props to his wife for amazing playing as well.

    28 Jul 2013 Responder
  • YudaBM

    And incredibly talented... made/ makes me keep on practicing my modes and alt picking

    20 Jul 2013 Responder
  • YudaBM

    What a nice guy :)

    20 Jul 2013 Responder
  • Danny_Ocean11

    Кто русский-палец вверх за модную футболку!!!! [3]

    22 May 2013 Responder
  • edneoson

    new album is absolutely amazing!

    11 May 2013 Responder
  • Deusdictum

    Тут нет пальцев, глупышки.

    8 May 2013 Responder
  • FolkerRussia

    Кто русский-палец вверх за модную футболку!!!! [2]

    22 Abr 2013 Responder
  • ZigaMan1984

    Кто русский-палец вверх за модную футболку!!!!

    22 Abr 2013 Responder
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