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Igor Belsky




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Road Tested features the music and guitar playing of Siberia-born Igor Belsky. Now living in England, Belsky traded -50 degree winters for an electric guitar, and wrote, produced, recorded and mixed the ten instrumental tracks for Road Tested in 1998. Paying homage to his many influences, including Ritchie Blackmore, Steve Morse, Thin Lizzy and Michael Lee Firkins, Belsky lets it rip throughout the CD, incorporating chromatic picking, double stops, pseudo steel string bending, delay pedal arpeggios, two-handed tapping, swept lines, legato phrasing and more. Air guitarists heed this warning: playing along with “Adrenalin Junkie” will cause serious damage to fingers and arms. Instrumental

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  • square13

    if anyones interested i have the whole album in mp3.. maybe i could upluad it to [spam] too bad that its nearly impossible to buy it.. btw i love Eastern Flier the most :)

    10 Aug 2009 Reply
  • zepled4

    the best russian guitarist

    18 Jul 2009 Reply
  • rudalert

    a discovery!

    9 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Manuel_Comnenus

    adrenaline junkie!!!

    13 Nov 2008 Reply
  • wishman77

    "airport song is just soo fuckin amazing" - yes!!!!

    26 Sep 2008 Reply
  • DustFan

    This is the best Russian guitarist. ... and one of the best guitarists in the world that I heard.

    21 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Melodictallic

    Who is Igor Belsky guys...i just found the airport song and lucky for me...this guy is AMAZING. Havent layed my hand on the rest of his music but so far this airport song is just soo fuckin amazing..kinda reminds me of andy timmons espeically using almost the same gutiar sound....

    12 Sep 2008 Reply