The three-month, 29-date celebration will commemorate two of the most important milestones in the iconic guitarist’s career: the 20th anniversary of his groundbreaking, multiple Grammy-winning album Supernatural and the 50th anniversary of his momentous performance at Woodstock.
The guitarist''s legendary chops return to the forefront with his upcoming instrumental album. In our interview, he muses on forgetting that he''s Carlos Santana, why he doesn''t tour with his wife (drummer Cindy Blackman Santana), and how a PRS just isn''t a Strat.
PG is On Location in Stevensville, MD, where we drop in on
Experience PRS. In this video segment, we check out Carlos Santana
performing his smash hit "Guajira" while using his 25th Anniversary
PG's Joe Coffey is On Location in Stevensville, MD, where we drop in on Experience PRS. In this video segment, we get a chance to catch up and chat with legendary guitarist Carlos Santana. They talk about musical influences, the importance of "community" within music and Carlos' new PRS 25th Anniversay Signature guitar.
PG's On Location in Stevensville, MD, where we drop in on Experience PRS. In this video segment, we get to see legends Buddy Guy and Carlos Santana performParliment-Funkadelic's "Maggot Brain." Both guitar masters are PRS guitars. Buddy Guy is using a Srat-style PRS guitar that has three single-coil pickups. Carlos Santana is using his to-be-released 25th Anniversay Signature guitar.
These press conference highlights from NAMM '08 include comments from guitar historian Tom Wheeler, Paul Reed Smith and Carlos Santana. Among the other artists on hand for the event were David Grissom, Paul Jackson Jr., Howard Leese, Johnny Hiland and Pat Travers.
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