According to a posting on his official web site, legendary guitarist Uli Jon Roth (ex-SCORPIONS) was presented with a special plaque by his Japanese record company, Nippon Crown, for his contribution to the company's sales with his album, "Metamorphosis of the Seasons". A photo of the plaque can be found at this location.As previously reported, Uli Jon Roth is featured in the 25th anniversary issue of Guitar World magazine. Uli gave his first-ever on-camera lesson about the classic SCORPIONS track "The Sails of Charon". He was being interviewed by Andy Aledort, who also did the printed transcription. For demonstration purposes, Uli opted to play with a completely undistorted sound in order to show how the song should be played correctly. The footage was recorded last September in New York following Uli's U.S. tour.
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