Guitarists and Bassists
From power ballads, chopping rhythms to soaring fretboard forays, Matthias Jabs guitar work has been intrinsic to the hard-rocking Scorpions’ sound and repertoire since joining the band in the late ‘70s. Along with founder members Klaus Meine and Rudolf Schenker, he remains at the heart of an outfit that just keeps on rockin’.
Lee Sklar has been a prominent figure among Hollywood session bassists dating back to the 1970's and ever since. Sklar (born Leland Bruce Sklar, May 28, 1947) has more than 2000 albums to his credit (and still counting), and is considered to be one of the "A" players in the highly selective L.A. rock music community where the competition for recording dates is fierce and where only the strongest will survive.
Joshua Ray Gooch
Josh began playing when he was thirteen years old and quickly became addicted to the guitar, often times playing for six to seven hours per day.In 2009 Josh beat out over 4000 guitar players to reach the national final of Guitar Center's King Of The Blues.
Bosko Jovic was born on 1981 in Zenica, where he had finished Primary and Secondary Music School, in guitar class of Ljubinko Jovic, his father and professor of guitar.
Jason Mraz is one of today's most ceaselessly creative singer/songwriters. Not only has he scored massive hits with each of his three albums--he's done so via songs fueled by witty, literate lyrics and inventive vocal melodies.
A dynamic bass player based in Gozo, Malta. Born into a musical family in 1989 and picked up his first bass at the age of eleven. Mark Grech is a young, awe-inspiring bassist with a vast array of styles and techniques fit for any musical genre. He’s played at the country’s biggest concerts with some of the best Maltese musicians, encountering anything from Soul/hip-hop to groundbreaking rock ‘n’ roll. Mark has managed to develop his own bloodline of bass playing along the way and is enjoying every minute it.
Long-time bass player with huge US Ska band No Doubt, Tony Kanal is of East Indian descent. He was born in Kingsbury, England where he lived until his parents moved to California in 1981.
Few guitarists have extended their playing horizons like Rik Emmett. From rock and blues, through jazz and fusion, to folk and classical, his long and flourishing career underlines his ability as one of the world’s most accomplished and versatile exponents of the instrument.