Just so ya know: All this crap you listen to from Carey is recorded with nothing but an SM-57 microphone, an ‘89 Strat, a Line-6 Spyder II 30 watt, an IBM pc and a copy of Adobe Audition.

Carey’s been playing guitar since he was around eighteen. No stranger to cliche, he began his journey after seeing Edward Van Halen playing live. He’d seen his grandfather pick up a guitar once or twice a month and play wonderfully, and seeing Eddie settled it: he had to play. You can’t have that much fun and get paid for it, right?

Nowadays, Carey writes, records and produces his own tracks, playing all instruments himself. It’s an odd mix of Zakk Wylde, Jeff Beck, Stevie Ray Vaughan and a host of other influences he’s collected over the years.

Edited by speakeasyX on 20 Nov 2006, 05:35

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