Posted December, One of the more rewarding and exciting things about what I get to do on Boomerocity is the discovery of talent that is new. Case in point: Quinten Hope. I learned of Quinten while interviewing guitarist, Andy Timmons. I made note of to conduct research on Hope to see if he would be someone I would want to interview. Worth music scene. To say that Quinten Hope is a talented guitarist would be like saying Tiger Woods is an okay golfer.
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You have selected the. Steeped in the tradition of Texas guitar slinging, Quinten Hope is one of the guys who has not only grown up there - he's lived it. Now, in a series of great videos, Quinten shares his insights and expertise into his use of Mesa amps in his playing and songwriting with real world Texas Blues Rock on the menu. But first, a little history Born a native Texan, Quinten began his musical journey at a young age, inspired by his father's wide-ranging musical tastes of blues, jazz, rock, country and soul. Schooled at the nationally acclaimed University of North Texas School of Music, Quinten honed his guitar craft, improvisation and song writing skills and began a dedicated recording regimen now consisting of three expressive releases. Any six-string fan will hear it immediately in addition to Quinten's healthy command of great tone. A devout Mesa fan since , he was introduced to the Lone Star while in the studio recording his second album titled "Start of a New Day". He has since incorporated the Mesa Stiletto Deuce to accompany his original Lone Star to cover the full gamut of classic British and American tones used throughout his music. The following videos offer exceptional insight into the tones he's captured on his recordings and in live performance including some cuts from his latest album release titled "Reunion".
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