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by Scott Jones

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Copyright 2015 Scott Jones Music ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Member ASCAP since 2004

REVIEWS FROM PEERS:

"Wow, that's really difficult music and you have amazing chops! It reminds me of the Tribal Tech days when we were writing stuff that was always too hard for me to play! Really cool stuff though - I can't even imagine the rehearsals OMG. The mix is really good and the guitar tone is super clear even when you're playing those ungodly lines!" - Scott Henderson
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"Wow that is insanely cool and INCREDIBLE playing and thats just the first track! Amazing musicians and you are just incredible man... fuck. haha You own this stuff man. Very inspiring. I need to practice haha, you blew my mind. What a player.. and so melodic in an ' out ' sort of a way if that makes sense. I wish you the very best with this Scott." - Steve Lukather
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"The album is fantastic. Your playing is really amazing. I don't think I told you this but I've been listening to you for years, since the early gig clips from around 2007." - Tom Quayle
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"Scott, so I've been going through your album today...holy hell man! Your chops are insaneballs!" - Mark Lettieri, guitarist (Snarky Puppy)
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"Completely bad ass!" - Joel Hoekstra (Whitesnake, Transiberian Orchestra, Night Ranger)
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"Hi Scott - just wanted to say thanks for all the kind words. Honestly, you've been an inspiration to me for a long time - I remember coming across some recordings of yours online many years ago, like at least 10 years ago, and being amazed at the range of styles you played and the fact that you clearly were so diligent and hard working as a composer and player. Your technique and facility have always inspired me and the fact that you have such a clearly defined vision as a musician and as a guitarist has always been an artistic ideal that I aspire to emulate.

I appreciate the example you set of someone who works hard to achieve a high level of quality in their musical presentation. Your musical output is an example to me of what's possible if you work hard enough.
So yeah - thank you for the encouragement. I'm truly grateful.

Your stuff feels fresh to me, and it feels like you've taken the time to craft musical settings for what you do that are personal and not hemmed in by dogma or self-imposed restrictions." - Paul Pieper
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“I’ve just listened to several of the things.. its just amazing what you have presented here. It’s really nice to hear you doing this music of yours, played so well, so technically demanding, but always with feeling. I am really impressed with you. All this is to say, I enjoyed listening to you, and since I don’t listen much to anything it was a pleasure to hear you at this 4 am hour when I just finished an 18 hour day of music jobs.” - Jamie Glaser (Jean-Luc Ponty)
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released March 14, 2015

Scott Jones: Composer, Guitarist, programming of ALL other instruments.

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Scott Jones St. Louis, Missouri

Composer, guitarist, arranger, orchestrator, instructor

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