Joe Satriani Plays “Surfing With The Alien” with a Strat Copy and Practice Amp at a Fan’s Home

Joe Satriani Plays “Surfing With The Alien” with a Strat Copy and Practice Amp at a Fan’s Home

If you ever needed any more proof that the majority of a guitar players ‘sound’ is in their fingers then definitely check out the video clip below.

Uploaded to YouTube channel TheMexican1, Joe Satriani performs “Surfing With The Alien” (from his 1987 album of the same name), not with his signature combination of Ibanez and Marshall but instead, using a Pignose brand Stratocaster copy and a Peavey Backstage 30 practice amp.

Minus a couple of dive-bombs and the “Satch Scream”, Joe gives a pretty much note-for-note rendition of the track using the starter guitar. However, it maybe wasn’t quite as easy as it looked with Joe commenting right at the end of the clip, “That was a little painful on this guitar”.

Forgotten Guitar

If you ever needed any more proof that the majority of a guitar players ‘sound’ is in their fingers then definitely check out the video clip below.

Uploaded to YouTube channel TheMexican1, Joe Satriani performs “Surfing With The Alien” (from his 1987 album of the same name), not with his signature combination of Ibanez and Marshall but instead, using a Pignose brand Stratocaster copy and a Peavey Backstage 30 practice amp.

Minus a couple of dive-bombs and the “Satch Scream”, Joe gives a pretty much note-for-note rendition of the track using the starter guitar. However, it maybe wasn’t quite as easy as it looked with Joe commenting right at the end of the clip, “That was a little painful on this guitar”.

View original post

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s