and coming jazz rock guitarist Jason Sadites is making waves
with his new instrumental jazz-rock fusion CD entitled Weve.
With a bunch of fusion superstars assisting, Sadites has composed
eleven tracks that provide a rugged format for his guitar prowess.
Although he states in the liner notes about being humbled at the prospect
of working with several musical legends, Sadites clearly isnt
afraid to share the musical sound stage here with top players like
Tony Levin (Chapman stick), Brett Garsed (guitars) and
the Bissonette brothers, Matt and Gregg, respectively on bass
and drums. Sadites maintains a consistent edge throughout by infusing
his strong fusion workouts with durable melodic ideas, case in point
being the track Oddly Enough which features Levin on bass
and Marco Minnemann on drums backing up Jasons electric
guitars and various sound effects. Another highlight here, track six
Fluid is just that, with Jasons guitars propelled
along at breakneck speed by the Bissonettes. Guitar fans with an appetite
for the musical virtuosity inherent in fiery fusion, and perhaps those
looking to discover a younger Jeff Beck or Al DiMeola will totally
dig where Sadites is coming from. www.Sadites.com
WEB EXPRESS 3000 presents JASON SADITES
playing guitar at the age of ten. By the time I was a teenager I was
logging many hours a day practicing. I bought my first 4-track cassette
machine when I was 16 and began learning the art of recording. For
the most part I am a self taught guitarist and recording engineer.
I learned most of what I do through lots of studying and trial and
have never been so happy with my equipment situation than I am at
present. I am using guitars by a luthier named Michael Tuttle. After
many years of trying many different high end guitars and never being
totally satisfied, I had the opportunity at a NAMM show to try one
of Michaels guitars and fell instantly in love with them. He
is truly making what I feel are the best instruments available today.
You can check his work out at www.bestfrets.com
I am playing one his Strat style guitars and a Custom Bent Top.
a very broad base of musical influences from Rush and Peter Gabriel
to Sting and Stravinsky. As far as favorite guitarists, I could have
a very long list, but I will say Jeff Beck, Guthrie Govan, Kevin Breit,
Brad Paisley etc. The album that I listened to the most when I was
learning would probably have to be Jeff Becks Blow By Blow.
That album was a huge influence on me. I think the first album
that really hooked me on playing was Rushs Moving Pictures,
another very influential album. More recently though, I have been
pulling out a lot of my old Frank Zappa albums and also Enigmatic
Ocean by Jean-Luc Ponty.
even though I just recently released Weve, I have already started
writing for my next project. Currently I am working on a song as a
demo for some of the equipment that I use. I am hoping to have that
available as a free download over the next few months. I am also looking
into some venues to perform in support of the new project. Those will
be posted on my web site as the dates become available.
My web site is www.sadites.com . I can be contacted directly through my web page. My CDs are available for order through the web at www.abstractlogix.com , www.cdbaby.com , www.guitar9.com and through ITunes.