JOE SATRIANI's Third Annual 'G4 Experience' Detailed

December 4, 2015

Joe Satriani will host the third annual G4 Experience in 2016. Next year's event will be held August 8-12, 2016 at the beautiful Glen Cove Mansion in Glen Cove, New York.

Next year is all about going "Back Where It All Began". Joe not only grew up on Long Island, but got his start there and laid the foundation for his musical career. It's where he learned musical theory, played his first gigs, and befriended Steve Vai. Joe has handpicked his fellow instructors and he's bringing in the best of the best. Each instructor has played a special role in his musical journey. Eric Johnson, Mike Keneally and Alex Skolnick will be Joe's guest instructors and Steve Vai will be making a special guest appearance!

For four days and nights, you'll be diving deep into incredible material in back to back classes for all levels of players. This event is all about learning together with other guitarists and tailoring your experience to your needs. You'll get the immersive interaction between student and teacher in each of the clinics and performances by each of the instructors throughout the week. It's going to be an unforgettable event.

Said Satriani: "Ultimately, this is a great opportunity for everybody to make some incredible connections. The students even become a catalyst for my reconnection with the instructors. I guarantee you the students are going feel this incredible atmosphere of camaraderie and feel the musical sharing."

Registration is now open at this location.


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