Grammy-winning musician and producer Gordon Kennedy recently showed how the Min-ETune™ allowed him to immediately nail a rhythm guitar riff while the idea was simmering hot.
The acclaimed songwriter and soundman—who’s written hits for the likes of Eric Clapton and Bonnie Raitt—was tracking a main rhythm part in standard tuning when it occurred to him that a Keith Richards-style riff would fit the groove for “Friend of the Groom,” a new song by Gordon’s own band, Dogs of Peace. In seconds, utilizing the Min-ETune™ on his Gibson Les Paul Standard, Kennedy was tracking the new rhythm part in open G.
“It’s almost like you’ve got your [own] tech standing there,” observed Kennedy. “’I need this in open G.’ Bam—it happens.” Click here to check out the process.