John Mann’s Guitar Vault is donating this guitar for the upcoming Joel Latulippe Benefits:
Dec 8 – Village Trestle, Goffstown, NH
Dec 15 – Tupelo’s Music Hall, Derry, NH
The winning ticket will be drawn by Nick David Saturday, Dec 15th night at the Tupelo’s Music Hall event.Due to an unfortunate turn of events, we will NOT be drawing this winning ticket at this event. Stay tuned for more info regarding time and place for the drawing of the winning ticket.
WINNING TICKET WILL BE DRAWN & ANNOUNCED AT THE VILLAGE TRESTLE
SUNDAY BLUES JAM – DECEMBER 15.
This past October, 2019 Joel had a horrible motorcycle accident. He sustained multiple serious injuries, but fortunately … he survived. He is slowly recuperating, but has a long road to full recovery. I have known Joel, and his family since he was a 12-13 year old teenager playing Blues harp. Please help this amazing person and musician in his time of need, by purchasing a raffle ticket.
100% of the monies donated will go directly to Joel.
Thank you ~ Roxanne & John Mann
P.S. – Check out the video of Joel sitting in with Jason Ricci
First 3 videos from September 27, 2019 PRS Guitars clinic featuring Paul Reed Smith & Boscoe France hosted by John Mann’s Guitar Vault.
Special thanks to Paul Reed Smith, Boscoe France & Peter Schuelzky of PRS Guitars. We appreciate you coming up to our showroom here in Bedford, NH.
Special thanks to my team here at John Mann’s Guitar Vault
Roxanne Mann, Adam Young, Michael Vincent, Scot Gibbs, Tom Keating, Christian Eagleston and Sean Varley. I appreciate your hard work before, during and after the clinic! You guys made this clinic a success!
Thank you Scott Winslow for loaning us your building (once again) to host this event.
Thank you Joe and Maureen Marino (MoeJoe Vision) for videoing this event.
~ John Mann
Cool re-post from Reverb.com (Check out our storefront on Reverb)…
With her band Covet, Yvette Young crafts spidery, finger-tapped riffs that are as much a product of her math rock prowess as they are emo heart. And as a guitarist for progressive metal pioneers Periphery, Mark Holcomb brings technicality and sheer shred-ability to pummeling yet melodic heights.
Today, Yvette and Mark take part in a meeting of the prog-metal and prog-emo minds. Swapping riffs, teaching each other licks, and playing together in the Reverb studio, the two guitarists have a frank conversation, fretboard to fretboard.
Watch the full video above to learn some of their hard-picked wisdom. Then, check out our previous feature with Yvette on “Creating Songs with Guitar Tapping and Open Tunings” and Mark’s lessons for Periphery’s “Marigold,” “The Way the News Goes…,” and more.