Just came home, my ever-so-manly-beer-belly-guts oozing over the pants.
We got some Tacos and rolled a few DVD's, thats as close to concerts I get in here,
living begind Gods back has its back-sides.
The "new" G3 was the first.
-Satriani delivered a nice perfomanse again, he has a good sound
coming outta his Brand New Signature Peavey amps too, did sound very much like his old Marhall setup.
-Steve Vai did the thing for me, with his 3-neck Ibanez, (one was fretless) he had
an amazing opening song, he is The Player in my books, totally blew me away again.
In the band there was Billy Sheehan and Tony MacAlpine also, they did some crazy stuff.
-Yngwie Fucking Malsteen (as it said on his roadies t-shirt) did the usual thing,
if its possible I think he is getting faster (j/k)
He did a pretty good perfomance, I was laughing many times so I guess in had some Entertaining value. I was also pleased Yngwie didnt get to produce alone this DVD.
He has become a Mature Man, im talking about the Size, i mean, he is huuuge.
Happens to a lot of ppl when they get older (me included) so nothing wrong about that, but:
Mature men with spandex are always funny, which brings me to the other DVD i saw today:
Iron Maiden live at Rio (2001):
Well, despite the Spadex insidence in the end, where the drummer runs about
in tights, it was very good stuff i must say.
This time pretty good guitar tones too, not like the crap on that Live after Death from
80's, man that was a good show but bad sound.
Good sound on both DVD's, i only wish my friend gets the Surround kit so
i could check the sound then.
Ofcourse, the G3 is mostly Guitar-Onani, but it is worth to tka e look tho.
And Maiden is Maiden. Like it or not.