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Arlen Roth



The truth about Arlen Roth is: This is one amazing human being! Here is a man who has prominently played along ‘side such greats as Ry Cooder, Paul Simon (Solo), Bob Dylan, John Prine, Don Mclean, Janis Ian, Duane Eddy, Phoebe Snow, Rick Wakeman, Eric Andersen, Tony Bird, Steve Goodman, Simon & Garfunkel (together), Art Garfunkel (Solo), Pete Seeger, and just about every other famous giant of guitars and music.

We still haven’t got to why he is such an amazing human being. And it isn’t just because he has stunned audiences time and again by masterfully performing practically every style of guitar playing there is. It has nothing to do with the fact that the first album he ever made won the Montreaux Critics’ Award for Best Instrumental Album of the Year (1978). It doesn’t even have to do with his creating and playing the guitar parts in the movie, Crossroads, or directing all the guitar scenes of that movie.

What sets Arlen apart in a world of those who make it BIG is that he unselfishly helps countless others learn to be exceptional as well. For years he’s been generously teaching his secrets for playing the numerous guitar styles he has so well mastered.

Arlen Roth’s dedication to uplifting the experience of guitar players everywhere includes his being the top columnist for Guitar Player Magazine from 1982-1992. And he has sold more than a million of his 10 best-selling books on music. But that pales to the millions of video tapes, and now DVDs, he has sold being an evangelist for others’ personal best.

Arlen uses Dean Markley Alchemy™ GoldPhos™ and NickelSteel Electric™ Light strings.


Arlen Roth said about Alchemy™:

“Well, I finally whipped a set of those GoldPhos on my old Gibson J-185, (the one on the cover of my latest acoustic cd), and the thing just came to life! Great tone, excellent feel for bending, crystalline harmonics, and great sustain!”


Be sure to visit the Arlen Roth website at:
www.ArlenRoth.com.

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