Hey everyone! I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. 🙂 I have been busy working on a variety of new projects, including some new tracks for Rayearth. However, there are two projects that I’d like to share with you today. 2018 has been amazing so far for me personally and music-wise, I feel like I’m really achieving some new ground.
First off, I started a new YouTube channel called “MoTone” where I talk about a variety of guitar-related topics. Check out the first video about my Lamia Warmoth here:
I’ve also been doing a variety of guest posts around the net and this is my latest Reverb.com article about how to replace the dot inlays on your fretboard. Check that out here:
I have quite a few more articles to share with you all, including some very exciting news planned for Labor Day weekend so please stay tuned!
Thanks for reading and as always, thank you for the support. 🙂
Hey everyone! Hope all is well. I’ve had a really busy 2018 so far, with Winter NAMM 2018 (pix to come) and attending my third 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise but I’m happy to be in the swing of things at last.
The most important update I have at the moment is that I have finally launched my new project, Rayearth. Please take a few moments to watch the video below to hear a bit more about the project and what you can do to get involved.
I started writing the material for Rayearth in 2017 after dealing with some depression I was experiencing at the time. Since I didn’t have a full band, I decided to do everything myself, with the assistance of Toontrack’s EZdrummer 2 and my partner, Joey Menicucci of Valensorow. I’m still trying to take the project live so I’m looking for the right people to lend their talents to make Rayearth a reality.
Rayearth itself is named after my favorite CLAMP series, Magic Knight Rayearth. It’s a story of love, magic, terrible loss and friendship. This series had a great impact on me growing up so I love that I can honor the series in such a way. 🙂
Anyway, be sure to follow Rayearth on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and be on the look-out for more updates!