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By: Rob Cavuoto. While most people are more familiar with Ted for his political candor, music fans know Ted from where it all began, back in on his first solo CD Ted Nugent. His latest CD, Love Grenade , is a testament to those 30 plus years of making music. The CD is laced with killer riffs from beginning to end. When Ted rolled into New Jersey this summer, I got my chance to sit with the guitar master and pick brain on the secrets to his infamous guitar sound and memorable riffs. We had the chance to talk with about his guitar playing, his techniques, and why he started out using the Gibson Bryland, all the components which contribute to him being an American guitar legend.
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Select few professionals are possessed of the skill, passion and sheer tenacity to break record after record in their chosen field. And fewer still can stake that claim in more than one arena. To millions of music lovers, Ted Nugent has carved a permanent place in rock and roll history as the guitar-shredding showman, selling more than 40 million albums, performing more than 6, high-octane concerts, and continuing to set attendance records at venues around the globe. Ted Nugent has been known for cranking his Gibson Byrdland and performing like a madman since his days with the Amboy Dukes. Interview by Michael Limnios. What do you learn about yourself from the blues and what does mean to you? All meaningful music comes from black blues, gospel and soul musicians celebrating fierce independence, defiance and irreverence for allthings status quo.
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Ted Nugent's final album of the '80s. A reunion with producer Tom Werman, it's evident that Nugent had a particular sound in mind when he stepped into the studio. If the album's style marks a return to the classic compact Nugent guitar sound. At least he got rid of the keyboards! Everything about this record is a contrivance, from the gratuitous pro-cunnilingus cover art to the insipid lyrics peppered throughout.
The vocals are by Derek St. However, the "Sometimes you wanna get higher" verse is sung by Nugent. Nugent admits that the song was cowritten by Rob Grange , who received no share. The guitar solo was recorded in a single take. I sent it off to Ted for his approval.