PAUL GILBERT Schedules Free Hollywood Clinic

Acclaimed guitarist Paul Gilbert (MR. BIG, RACER X) wil hold a free clinic at Guitar Center in Hollywood, California on August 12.

The details are as follows:

Event: Guitar Clinic at Guitar Center Hollywood

Cost: Free to the public

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Date: August 12

Guitar Center
7425 Sunset Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90046
United States
Tel: 323-874-1060

For more information, please contact the venue.

One of the most gifted artists in the art of instrumental rock guitar, Paul Gilbert is not only one of the very fastest on the fretboard, he is also one of the most musical in the genre, with ideas and themes that are never eclipsed by his unearthly speed. Paul's impressive career includes RACER X, MR. BIG, his own solo works, as well as teaching in both the United States and Japan (where Paul enjoys considerable acclaim and popularity). While his 2009 PGM20TH Twentieth Anniversary, Fireman, and PGM401 signature models all celebrate the 20 years since the debut of his signature PGM model, his relationship with Ibanez is actually several years longer, which includes his stellar performance at the Ibanez GuitarMania concert at the 1987 summer NAMM show, considered to be the "rebirth" of Ibanez with its new roster of virtuoso players. In addition, Paul Gilbert is both an in-demand clinician for Ibanez, and arguably the most famous collector of vintage Ibanez guitars in the world.

MR. BIG released a new "best-of" album titled "Next Time Around" on April 29 through WHD Entertaiment. The collection includes songs that were voted on by fans and contains two previously unreleased songs, "Next Time Around" (2009 remastered version) and "Hold Your Head Up" (2009 remastered version). It was made available as a limited deluxe edition with a bonus DVD.


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