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ABOUT Dreamer, guitarist, producer, songwriter, husband, father, student, teacher, writer, and "keeper of the torch", to music being performed by musicians, not machines. That's how I see myself anyways. In regards to "fame", I may not be household name like a Kardashian, or a Swift, but that's more than OK with me. Fame isn't part of any reason why I spend my life pursuing music. I see it more in terms like how an astronomer pursues the mysteries of the universe; to be inspired, learn, share, teach, and inspire others. My music, performances and productions are heard everyday, worldwide on the countless music cues I produce for television, film, commercials, other artists, etc... Additionally, I have books, articles and webisodes (web/video lessons) that I write/produce after my biggest passion, GUITAR. When all the dust clears, I enjoy recording and releasing some of my music under my name that includes my favorite musicians and friends joining me on those recordings. These songs become sort of a "time vault"; a piece of history, and hopefully something to be appreciated by others. You can get to my songs by visiting the links at the bottom of this page, or also by visiting itunes, Spotify, etc... Most recently, I produced a series of twenty three web lessons on "modern country guitar" for Lick Library/Guitar Interactive magazine. Although these are brand new, original lessons, they compliment my latest guitar book, "In The Heart of It" -Analyzing Style and Technique of The Modern Blues and Country Guitarist. Additionally, I also have a series of lessons from my own column that I wrote for FUZZ magazine. GEAR One of my favorite things to talk about! I'm a gear junkie. I find gear not only great tools, but the right kind can stimulate creativity and inspiration. As of lately, I am recording through a Kemper profiling amplifier using some Michael Britt profiles. Live I've been using mostly TC Electronics pedals. Their tone prints are amazing and really easy to dial in a great tone. All of my gear gets used, and are not ornaments. Since I don't consider myself a guitar "collector", if I don't use a piece of gear often, it gets sold. After many years of buying, designing and having guitars custom built for me, I'm convinced there is no "ONE" guitar that does it all, no matter what brand claims that. Because of that, my favorites that I play everyday are: a blue, custom, Högberg Special telecaster with a "B-bender"; for more modern tele tones, and a mango-tango, paisley printed custom, Högberg Special telecaster, for more classic tele tones. I have a friend Janne, from Sweden who built me a strat made from 200 year old barn wood. The guitar is so incredibly resonant and light. All of my favorite guitars have a FAT neck profile, which adds to the tone and sustain. I have also back up strats and teles, but the ones mentioned I use regularly. For Gretsch type tones, there is one guitar that conquers all in terms of playability, build, looks, and quality and that's a Duesenburg TV Deluxe. For acoustics, I've been playing and writing on a Taylor 314CE for the past year or so and love the projection it gives, as well as the flawless intonation. I have an old Ovation that I use to either write on, or have in alternate tunings. It's no prize guitar, and terrible to record with, but I've written a lot of songs on it and have gigged with it for almost 30 years. Maybe one day I'll get a great mandolin, but because I play mandolin parts as arrangement fillers on some of my songs and not as a main instrument, I play on a "junker" mando. It's not even worth mentioning the brand for the sake of not insulting the company. Lastly are my sons' instruments that they keep in my studio which I can use at my disposal for extra tones...

WHAT TYPE OF PLAYER ARE YOU?

BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED

Think about it; within weeks, you'll have the skills to play hundreds of songs. What are you waiting for?

Great tips and techniques for those who feel they've plateued and are looking for inspiration and success to reach the next level.

No matter how good one is, there is no end to what we can learn. Take your playing further than ever before!

ACOUSTIC /ELECTRIC THEORY ALL STYLES

I equally love playing and teaching for both acoustic and electric guitars.

Understand the fundamentals to help you excel faster in your learning and playing.

Country, blues, rock, reggae, pop, shred, campfire, singer-songwriter, funk, metal, etc...

RELAX AND LEARN IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME, OR AT MY GUITAR STUDIO!

SINGLE STUDENT (30min) 300 SEK / 35 USD

At my studio in Mölndal. Perfect for beginners or players with not much time and want some quick and affective tips.

SKYPE LESSON (1hr) 550 SEK / 65 USD

Email ahead to book time. Must be paid in full before lesson.

SINGLE STUDENT(1hr) 550 SEK / 60 USD

At my studio in Mölndal. The average "private" student usually  benefits from this time slot.

TRAVEL TO YOU: 650 SEK/per hr per student

Within 20 minute drive from Mölndal.

GROUPS of 2-3: Email first

At my studio in Mölndal. Utilized best for friends, band members or siblings looking to study guitar together.

CORPORATE/GIFTS: Email first

Business parties, group gifts to employees/friends/family

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Whether you're a jingle house, recording artist, producer or even a songwriter with a home studio, having the right guitar arrangement and performance can make or break your song.

 

I've been recording in studios since 1991 and have worked in every scenario possible: Full orchestra, 3 piece punk bank, pop/dance tracks, commercials, music for film and TV, country artists, artists on major talent shows, etc...Still to this day, my session work can vary from a tiny home studio to a full blown, state of the art recording studio.

 

My performances can be heard on countless commercials, TV cues, as well as albums and radio. Send me an email if you'd like a list of past and present work I've done and what you're looking for. I'm sure we can find a solution for any production budget together.

 

 

 

 

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1500 SEK (per hour)

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LIVE SHOWS

CONCERTS/CLINICS/SHOWCASES

Throughout the years I've also have the privilege of sharing the stage with many great bands and musicians. If you're a band, or band manager looking to fill your sound out for a gig, tour, party, or showcase, you've come to the right place!

 

I continue to this day performing clinics for different musical instrument manufacturers, distributors and retailers when time permits. If you have a product that you'd like to showcase at a store, event, convention, etc..., send me an email and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. It doesn't matter if you are a big conglomerate or a mom and pop business, as long as you believe you have a strong product that you'd want me to market, demonstrate and educate the public about. I am also available to do video tutorials and commercials to promote the right products.

 

 

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JOE PESCE
ABOUT Dreamer, guitarist, producer, songwriter, husband, father, student, teacher, writer, and "keeper of the torch", to music being performed by musicians, not machines. That's how I see myself anyways. In regards to "fame", I may not be household name like a Kardashian, or a Swift, but that's more than OK with me. Fame isn't part of any reason why I spend my life pursuing music. I see it more in terms like how an astronomer pursues the mysteries of the universe; to be inspired, learn, share, teach, and inspire others. My music, performances and productions are heard everyday, worldwide on the countless music cues I produce for television, film, commercials, other artists, etc... Additionally, I have books, articles and webisodes (web/video lessons) that I write/produce after my biggest passion, GUITAR. When all the dust clears, I enjoy recording and releasing some of my music under my name that includes my favorite musicians and friends joining me on those recordings. These songs become sort of a "time vault"; a piece of history, and hopefully something to be appreciated by others. You can get to my songs by visiting the links at the bottom of this page, or also by visiting itunes, Spotify, etc... Most recently, I produced a series of twenty three web lessons on "modern country guitar" for Lick Library/Guitar Interactive magazine. Although these are brand new, original lessons, they compliment my latest guitar book, "In The Heart of It" -Analyzing Style and Technique of The Modern Blues and Country Guitarist. Additionally, I also have a series of lessons from my own column that I wrote for FUZZ magazine. GEAR One of my favorite things to talk about! I'm a gear junkie. I find gear not only great tools, but the right kind can stimulate creativity and inspiration. As of lately, I am recording through a Kemper profiling amplifier using some Michael Britt profiles. Live I've been using mostly TC Electronics pedals. Their tone prints are amazing and really easy to dial in a great tone. All of my gear gets used, and are not ornaments. Since I don't consider myself a guitar "collector", if I don't use a piece of gear often, it gets sold. After many years of buying, designing and having guitars custom built for me, I'm convinced there is no "ONE" guitar that does it all, no matter what brand claims that. Because of that, my favorites that I play everyday are: a blue, custom, Högberg Special telecaster with a "B-bender"; for more modern tele tones, and a mango-tango, paisley printed custom, Högberg Special telecaster, for more classic tele tones. I have a friend Janne, from Sweden who built me a strat made from 200 year old barn wood. The guitar is so incredibly resonant and light. All of my favorite guitars have a FAT neck profile, which adds to the tone and sustain. I have also back up strats and teles, but the ones mentioned I use regularly. For Gretsch type tones, there is one guitar that conquers all in terms of playability, build, looks, and quality and that's a Duesenburg TV Deluxe. For acoustics, I've been playing and writing on a Taylor 314CE for the past year or so and love the projection it gives, as well as the flawless intonation. I have an old Ovation that I use to either write on, or have in alternate tunings. It's no prize guitar, and terrible to record with, but I've written a lot of songs on it and have gigged with it for almost 30 years. Maybe one day I'll get a great mandolin, but because I play mandolin parts as arrangement fillers on some of my songs and not as a main instrument, I play on a "junker" mando. It's not even worth mentioning the brand for the sake of not insulting the company. Lastly are my sons' instruments that they keep in my studio which I can use at my disposal for extra tones...
BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED
ACOUSTIC /ELECTRIC THEORY ALL STYLES
SINGLE STUDENT (30min) 300 SEK / 35 USD SINGLE STUDENT(1hr) 550 SEK / 60 USD GROUPS of 2-3: Email first
SKYPE LESSON (1hr) 550 SEK / 65 USD TRAVEL TO YOU: 650 SEK/per hr per student CORPORATE/GIFTS: Email first
JOE PESCE
ABOUT Dreamer, guitarist, producer, songwriter, husband, father, student, teacher, writer, and "keeper of the torch", to music being performed by musicians, not machines. That's how I see myself anyways. In regards to "fame", I may not be household name like a Kardashian, or a Swift, but that's more than OK with me. Fame isn't part of any reason why I spend my life pursuing music. I see it more in terms like how an astronomer pursues the mysteries of the universe; to be inspired, learn, share, teach, and inspire others. My music, performances and productions are heard everyday, worldwide on the countless music cues I produce for television, film, commercials, other artists, etc... Additionally, I have books, articles and webisodes (web/video lessons) that I write/produce after my biggest passion, GUITAR. When all the dust clears, I enjoy recording and releasing some of my music under my name that includes my favorite musicians and friends joining me on those recordings. These songs become sort of a "time vault"; a piece of history, and hopefully something to be appreciated by others. You can get to my songs by visiting the links at the bottom of this page, or also by visiting itunes, Spotify, etc... Most recently, I produced a series of twenty three web lessons on "modern country guitar" for Lick Library/Guitar Interactive magazine. Although these are brand new, original lessons, they compliment my latest guitar book, "In The Heart of It" -Analyzing Style and Technique of The Modern Blues and Country Guitarist. Additionally, I also have a series of lessons from my own column that I wrote for FUZZ magazine. GEAR One of my favorite things to talk about! I'm a gear junkie. I find gear not only great tools, but the right kind can stimulate creativity and inspiration. As of lately, I am recording through a Kemper profiling amplifier using some Michael Britt profiles. Live I've been using mostly TC Electronics pedals. Their tone prints are amazing and really easy to dial in a great tone. All of my gear gets used, and are not ornaments. Since I don't consider myself a guitar "collector", if I don't use a piece of gear often, it gets sold. After many years of buying, designing and having guitars custom built for me, I'm convinced there is no "ONE" guitar that does it all, no matter what brand claims that. Because of that, my favorites that I play everyday are: a blue, custom, Högberg Special telecaster with a "B-bender"; for more modern tele tones, and a mango-tango, paisley printed custom, Högberg Special telecaster, for more classic tele tones. I have a friend Janne, from Sweden who built me a strat made from 200 year old barn wood. The guitar is so incredibly resonant and light. All of my favorite guitars have a FAT neck profile, which adds to the tone and sustain. I have also back up strats and teles, but the ones mentioned I use regularly. For Gretsch type tones, there is one guitar that conquers all in terms of playability, build, looks, and quality and that's a Duesenburg TV Deluxe. For acoustics, I've been playing and writing on a Taylor 314CE for the past year or so and love the projection it gives, as well as the flawless intonation. I have an old Ovation that I use to either write on, or have in alternate tunings. It's no prize guitar, and terrible to record with, but I've written a lot of songs on it and have gigged with it for almost 30 years. Maybe one day I'll get a great mandolin, but because I play mandolin parts as arrangement fillers on some of my songs and not as a main instrument, I play on a "junker" mando. It's not even worth mentioning the brand for the sake of not insulting the company. Lastly are my sons' instruments that they keep in my studio which I can use at my disposal for extra tones...
BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED
ACOUSTIC /ELECTRIC THEORY ALL STYLES
SINGLE STUDENT (30min) 300 SEK / 35 USD SINGLE STUDENT(1hr) 550 SEK / 60 USD SKYPE LESSON (1hr) 550 SEK / 65 USD
GROUPS of 2-3: Email first
CORPORATE/GIFTS: Email first
TRAVEL TO YOU: 650 SEK/per hr per student
JOE PESCE
ABOUT Dreamer, guitarist, producer, songwriter, husband, father, student, teacher, writer, and "keeper of the torch", to music being performed by musicians, not machines. That's how I see myself anyways. In regards to "fame", I may not be household name like a Kardashian, or a Swift, but that's more than OK with me. Fame isn't part of any reason why I spend my life pursuing music. I see it more in terms like how an astronomer pursues the mysteries of the universe; to be inspired, learn, share, teach, and inspire others. My music, performances and productions are heard everyday, worldwide on the countless music cues I produce for television, film, commercials, other artists, etc... Additionally, I have books, articles and webisodes (web/video lessons) that I write/produce after my biggest passion, GUITAR. When all the dust clears, I enjoy recording and releasing some of my music under my name that includes my favorite musicians and friends joining me on those recordings. These songs become sort of a "time vault"; a piece of history, and hopefully something to be appreciated by others. You can get to my songs by visiting the links at the bottom of this page, or also by visiting itunes, Spotify, etc... Most recently, I produced a series of twenty three web lessons on "modern country guitar" for Lick Library/Guitar Interactive magazine. Although these are brand new, original lessons, they compliment my latest guitar book, "In The Heart of It" -Analyzing Style and Technique of The Modern Blues and Country Guitarist. Additionally, I also have a series of lessons from my own column that I wrote for FUZZ magazine. GEAR One of my favorite things to talk about! I'm a gear junkie. I find gear not only great tools, but the right kind can stimulate creativity and inspiration. As of lately, I am recording through a Kemper profiling amplifier using some Michael Britt profiles. Live I've been using mostly TC Electronics pedals. Their tone prints are amazing and really easy to dial in a great tone. All of my gear gets used, and are not ornaments. Since I don't consider myself a guitar "collector", if I don't use a piece of gear often, it gets sold. After many years of buying, designing and having guitars custom built for me, I'm convinced there is no "ONE" guitar that does it all, no matter what brand claims that. Because of that, my favorites that I play everyday are: a blue, custom, Högberg Special telecaster with a "B-bender"; for more modern tele tones, and a mango-tango, paisley printed custom, Högberg Special telecaster, for more classic tele tones. I have a friend Janne, from Sweden who built me a strat made from 200 year old barn wood. The guitar is so incredibly resonant and light. All of my favorite guitars have a FAT neck profile, which adds to the tone and sustain. I have also back up strats and teles, but the ones mentioned I use regularly. For Gretsch type tones, there is one guitar that conquers all in terms of playability, build, looks, and quality and that's a Duesenburg TV Deluxe. For acoustics, I've been playing and writing on a Taylor 314CE for the past year or so and love the projection it gives, as well as the flawless intonation. I have an old Ovation that I use to either write on, or have in alternate tunings. It's no prize guitar, and terrible to record with, but I've written a lot of songs on it and have gigged with it for almost 30 years. Maybe one day I'll get a great mandolin, but because I play mandolin parts as arrangement fillers on some of my songs and not as a main instrument, I play on a "junker" mando. It's not even worth mentioning the brand for the sake of not insulting the company. Lastly are my sons' instruments that they keep in my studio which I can use at my disposal for extra tones...
ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE
BEGINNER
ACOUSTIC /ELECTRIC
THEORY ALL STYLES
SINGLE STUDENT (30min) 300 SEK / 35 USD SINGLE STUDENT(1hr) 550 SEK / 60 USD SKYPE LESSON (1hr) 550 SEK / 65 USD TRAVEL TO YOU: 650 SEK/per hr per student GROUPS of 2-3: Email first CORPORATE/GIFTS: Email first
SINGLE STUDENT (30min) 300 SEK / 35 USD SINGLE STUDENT(1hr) 550 SEK / 60 USD SKYPE LESSON (1hr) 550 SEK / 65 USD TRAVEL TO YOU: 650 SEK/per hr per student GROUPS of 2-3: Email first CORPORATE/GIFTS: Email first
JOE PESCE
BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED ACOUSTIC /ELECTRIC THEORY ALL STYLES
ABOUT Dreamer, guitarist, producer, songwriter, husband, father, student, teacher, writer, and "keeper of the torch", to music being performed by musicians, not machines. That's how I see myself anyways. In regards to "fame", I may not be household name like a Kardashian, or a Swift, but that's more than OK with me. Fame isn't part of any reason why I spend my life pursuing music. I see it more in terms like how an astronomer pursues the mysteries of the universe; to be inspired, learn, share, teach, and inspire others. My music, performances and productions are heard everyday, worldwide on the countless music cues I produce for television, film, commercials, other artists, etc... Additionally, I have books, articles and webisodes (web/video lessons) that I write/produce after my biggest passion, GUITAR. When all the dust clears, I enjoy recording and releasing some of my music under my name that includes my favorite musicians and friends joining me on those recordings. These songs become sort of a "time vault"; a piece of history, and hopefully something to be appreciated by others. You can get to my songs by visiting the links at the bottom of this page, or also by visiting itunes, Spotify, etc... Most recently, I produced a series of twenty three web lessons on "modern country guitar" for Lick Library/Guitar Interactive magazine. Although these are brand new, original lessons, they compliment my latest guitar book, "In The Heart of It" -Analyzing Style and Technique of The Modern Blues and Country Guitarist. Additionally, I also have a series of lessons from my own column that I wrote for FUZZ magazine. GEAR One of my favorite things to talk about! I'm a gear junkie. I find gear not only great tools, but the right kind can stimulate creativity and inspiration. As of lately, I am recording through a Kemper profiling amplifier using some Michael Britt profiles. Live I've been using mostly TC Electronics pedals. Their tone prints are amazing and really easy to dial in a great tone. All of my gear gets used, and are not ornaments. Since I don't consider myself a guitar "collector", if I don't use a piece of gear often, it gets sold. After many years of buying, designing and having guitars custom built for me, I'm convinced there is no "ONE" guitar that does it all, no matter what brand claims that. Because of that, my favorites that I play everyday are: a blue, custom, Högberg Special telecaster with a "B-bender"; for more modern tele tones, and a mango-tango, paisley printed custom, Högberg Special telecaster, for more classic tele tones. I have a friend Janne, from Sweden who built me a strat made from 200 year old barn wood. The guitar is so incredibly resonant and light. All of my favorite guitars have a FAT neck profile, which adds to the tone and sustain. I have also back up strats and teles, but the ones mentioned I use regularly. For Gretsch type tones, there is one guitar that conquers all in terms of playability, build, looks, and quality and that's a Duesenburg TV Deluxe. For acoustics, I've been playing and writing on a Taylor 314CE for the past year or so and love the projection it gives, as well as the flawless intonation. I have an old Ovation that I use to either write on, or have in alternate tunings. It's no prize guitar, and terrible to record with, but I've written a lot of songs on it and have gigged with it for almost 30 years. Maybe one day I'll get a great mandolin, but because I play mandolin parts as arrangement fillers on some of my songs and not as a main instrument, I play on a "junker" mando. It's not even worth mentioning the brand for the sake of not insulting the company. Lastly are my sons' instruments that they keep in my studio which I can use at my disposal for extra tones...
JOE PESCE
ABOUT Dreamer, guitarist, producer, songwriter, husband, father, student, teacher, writer, and "keeper of the torch", to music being performed by musicians, not machines. That's how I see myself anyways. In regards to "fame", I may not be household name like a Kardashian, or a Swift, but that's more than OK with me. Fame isn't part of any reason why I spend my life pursuing music. I see it more in terms like how an astronomer pursues the mysteries of the universe; to be inspired, learn, share, teach, and inspire others. My music, performances and productions are heard everyday, worldwide on the countless music cues I produce for television, film, commercials, other artists, etc... Additionally, I have books, articles and webisodes (web/video lessons) that I write/produce after my biggest passion, GUITAR. When all the dust clears, I enjoy recording and releasing some of my music under my name that includes my favorite musicians and friends joining me on those recordings. These songs become sort of a "time vault"; a piece of history, and hopefully something to be appreciated by others. You can get to my songs by visiting the links at the bottom of this page, or also by visiting itunes, Spotify, etc... Most recently, I produced a series of twenty three web lessons on "modern country guitar" for Lick Library/Guitar Interactive magazine. Although these are brand new, original lessons, they compliment my latest guitar book, "In The Heart of It" -Analyzing Style and Technique of The Modern Blues and Country Guitarist. Additionally, I also have a series of lessons from my own column that I wrote for FUZZ magazine. GEAR One of my favorite things to talk about! I'm a gear junkie. I find gear not only great tools, but the right kind can stimulate creativity and inspiration. As of lately, I am recording through a Kemper profiling amplifier using some Michael Britt profiles. Live I've been using mostly TC Electronics pedals. Their tone prints are amazing and really easy to dial in a great tone. All of my gear gets used, and are not ornaments. Since I don't consider myself a guitar "collector", if I don't use a piece of gear often, it gets sold. After many years of buying, designing and having guitars custom built for me, I'm convinced there is no "ONE" guitar that does it all, no matter what brand claims that. Because of that, my favorites that I play everyday are: a blue, custom, Högberg Special telecaster with a "B-bender"; for more modern tele tones, and a mango-tango, paisley printed custom, Högberg Special telecaster, for more classic tele tones. I have a friend Janne, from Sweden who built me a strat made from 200 year old barn wood. The guitar is so incredibly resonant and light. All of my favorite guitars have a FAT neck profile, which adds to the tone and sustain. I have also back up strats and teles, but the ones mentioned I use regularly. For Gretsch type tones, there is one guitar that conquers all in terms of playability, build, looks, and quality and that's a Duesenburg TV Deluxe. For acoustics, I've been playing and writing on a Taylor 314CE for the past year or so and love the projection it gives, as well as the flawless intonation. I have an old Ovation that I use to either write on, or have in alternate tunings. It's no prize guitar, and terrible to record with, but I've written a lot of songs on it and have gigged with it for almost 30 years. Maybe one day I'll get a great mandolin, but because I play mandolin parts as arrangement fillers on some of my songs and not as a main instrument, I play on a "junker" mando. It's not even worth mentioning the brand for the sake of not insulting the company. Lastly are my sons' instruments that they keep in my studio which I can use at my disposal for extra tones...
BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED ACOUSTIC /ELECTRIC THEORY ALL STYLES
SINGLE STUDENT (30min) 300 SEK / 35 USD SINGLE STUDENT(1hr) 550 SEK / 60 USD SKYPE LESSON (1hr) 550 SEK / 65 USD TRAVEL TO YOU: 650 SEK/per hr per student GROUPS of 2-3: Email first CORPORATE/GIFTS: Email first