On this page you will find links to my guitar videos on Youtube and a section about making it on the Tommy Lee Methods of Mayhem record. Watch videos and download screen shots of my Boss GT-1 tone settings. The screen shots are of the Boss Tone Studio which you can use to edit the patches from your desktop computer. Thanks for being here and please subscribe to my Youtube channel and my mailing list!
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Tommy Lee's Methods Of Mayhem, A Public Disservice Annoucement
Back in 2010 Tommy Lee wanted to "make a record with the world". Download the tracks to his songs and add your own parts to the tune! If he liked it he was going to use it! I was fortunate to be credited on 3 songs, Drunk Uncle Pete, Blame, and Only One. Not only is Tommy Lee on all of it, it was produced by hit rock producer Scott Humphrey (Rob Zombie, Motley Crue, Metallica). There are superstar rock artists like Chad Kroeger (Nickelback), Chino Moreno (DefTones), Josh Todd (BuckCherry) and others on it as well. Honored to be immortalize with this great "crue"! Read the wiki on the release!
Drunk Uncle Pete
I played the hooky guitar bend (double stops) and some driving guitar. Tommy said "dude we tried to get that with our guitar player but you nailed it"!
I played chimmy pretty guitars in the chorus of this one! I loved this one. Even played it out in my cover band back near the time the record came out.
I played the hooky guitar bends on the end of the chorus (double stops again) and that funky note at the transition from first chorus to the second verse!
In The Studio With Tommy & Scott
I was invited to come preview the record at Tommy's studio at his house. They shot some B roll with me while I was there. I was pretty much a dork here but what a cool memory!
Here's a youtube playlist of videos that were shot during the year of making the "online" album. These are mainly my submissions and shout outs. Click the image to go to that Youtube playlist!
Here are some photos regarding the session!
The Guitar Center Flyer where I heard about this!
A visit to Tommy's to get a preview of the record! We hung out for the night. Traded stories and drank a bottle of Crown!
The CD plaque hanging in my studio!
An email from Tommy about my tracks!
My favorite from him LOL!
I did some graphic work for him on his website during this period as well!
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