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#GuitarChat with Trey Gunn – September 3, 2013

by guitarkadia on August 27, 2013

in #GuitarChat

#GuitarChat with Trey Gunn – @TreyGunn – on Twitter. September 3, 2013 at 9pm (EST). Trey will be my guest for the hour and chat also take questions from the Twitter audience. So join us. Full transcript of the chat with Trey will go up live the same night below. Read transcripts of previous chats here.

How To #GuitarChat: Log on to at 9 pm (EST), ask Trey questions, RT answers, share links, and tag every tweet with the hash tag #GuitarChat

BIO A native Texan who now resides in Seattle, Gunn is known mostly for the unusual touch guitar that he plays. With this instrument under his fingers he has participated in a constant stream of cutting edges projects. In 1992 he was asked to join David Sylvian and Robert Fripp in a collaborative project that toured throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. The band released “The First Day” and “Damage” – a live recording from the Royal Albert Hall in London. During this period Gunn also recorded his first solo album “One Thousand Years.” In 1994 he joined King Crimson – a group many contend as the most aggressively, adventurous rock band of all time. Over the next decade he participated in seventeen King Crimson CDs, two DVDs and hundreds of performances. For his role in this group, Gunn helped evolve a new and unique instrument. This ‘tapped’ instrument, the Warr Guitar, is a 10-string touch guitar with the range of a piano. It can be heard, in depth, on his 11 solo recordings. In addition to the powerful performances and recordings of The Trey Gunn Band, Gunn has toured and/or recorded with TOOL, John Paul Jones, Maynard J. Keenan’s “Pusicfer”, Vernon Reid, Azam Ali, David Hykes of the Harmonic Choir and Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson. Gunn currently runs his own media label (7d Media) while dividing his time between solo work; his projects TU, KTU and Quodia; film/tv scoring and coaching musicians in the creative process.

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