Guthrie GovanI can confirm that it really does work: I haven't seen anything quite like it.
“I just installed this system on my Taylor acoustic, and can confirm that it really does work: as a fast and fool-proof way to switch accurately between various tunings, I haven’t seen anything quite like it. I can envisage this technology coming in very handy both for gigging and recording, so it’s definitely more than a mere gimmick… Nice work, Tronical!” – Guthrie Govan
Guthrie Govan is a guitarist from the UK: over the years, he has worked with a variety of bands, including Asia, GPS, The Young Punx and Dizzee Rascal. Guthrie is currently writing and recording with The Aristocrats, an instrumental rock-fusion trio which also features Bryan Beller on bass and Marco Minnemann on drums.
The Aristocrats: Instrumental Rock/Fusion’s “Rowdy New Democracy”
The word “supergroup” is tossed around a lot in instrumental music circles, the result of a seemingly endless supply of efforts to package together individual virtuoso players and make a band out of them. But every once in a while, the group part of that shopworn term becomes authentic and real. Such is the case with The Aristocrats – guitarist Guthrie Govan, bassist Bryan Beller, and drummer Marco Minnemann – who defiantly and joyously blow the supergroup stereotype to bits, thrilling audiences and fans around the world in the process with a preternatural band chemistry that equals exponentially more than the sum of its parts.
Guthrie Govan is arguably the hottest guitarist on the international music scene today, and his 2006 solo album Erotic Cakes was widely recognized as an instant classic. His top-level touring experience (Asia/GPS, Steven Wilson) complements his busy schedule as one the most in-demand guitar clinician/educators in the world, and he was featured on the cover of Guitar Player Magazine in July of 2011;