Two Wheels and Trouble is a Hard Rock song by Rassel & Hamrin, featuring Raz Rassel on the lead vocals and lead guitar. The song was recorded in 1987 at Amazing Audio recording studios in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Tony Hamrin played bass guitar and drums, and produced the recording. Raz use a 1987 Kramer Focus 3000 with EMG 81/85, a Marshall JCM 800 amplifier through a Fender Bassman 4×12 custom speaker cabinet.
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…
Vampire’s Ball is a hard rock electric guitar instrumental by Raz Rassel. Raz credits the guitar influence to Yngwie Malmsteen, Van Halen and Ozzy. Raz recorded this song in 2001 using a 2000 Ibanez Joe Satriani JS1000 electric guitar and an Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII tube amplifier with an Orange 2×12 closed back speaker cabinet.
A hard rock guitar instrumental by Raz Rassel. Raz used a 1976 Gibson SG Standard, an Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII amp and an Orange 2×12 speaker cabinet.
Where I’m From is a song concept by Raz Rassel. Raz recorded this experimental acoustic song in 2010 with a Takamine acoustic guitar and his vocals. The acoustic guitar inspiration is credited to Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin.
Pagentry of Life is an experimental rock guitar instrumental by singer/guitarist Raz Rassel. This was a 2010 song concept recording session in Sarasota, FL. Raz used a 2000 Takamine acoustic guitar, and a 1987 Kramer Focus 3000 electric guitar through an Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII amp with an Orange 2×12 speaker cabinet.
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