Gangster’s Ball by Raz Rassel is a 1991 smooth jazz instrumental experiment. I recorded it in 1991 on a Fostex X-18 Multitrack Tape Recorder. The instrumentation includes a horn section, which was created using a Yamaha DX7 synthesizer. This synthesizer sampling technology has clearly come a long way since ’92. My electric guitar was a 1972 Fender Stratocaster with a Warmoth scalloped neck and EMG active pickups. The guitar amplification was recorded direct via a Tom Scholz Rockman.
Doom March is a hard rock electric guitar instrumental by Raz Rassel. The music was recorded with the intent of adding vocals at a later date. Raz credits the guitar influence to Van Halen, Ozzy and, Yngwie Malmsteen. Raz recorded this song in 2001 using a 2000 Ibanez Joe Satriani JS1000 electric guitar and an…
Solitude is a Hard Rock instrumental song by Raz Rassel. Raz credits the electric guitar influence to Yngwie Malmsteen. Raz recorded the instrumental in 1994, using a 1987 Kramer Focus 3000 with EMG 81/85, a Marshall JCM 800 amplifier through a Fender Bassman 4×12 custom speaker cabinet, and a Tom Scholz Rockman.
A rock/jazz instrumental by Raz Rassel. Raz recorded this instrumental in 1995, using a 1987 Kramer Focus 3000, a Marshall JCM 800 amplifier through a Fender Bassman 4×12 speaker cabinet.
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