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The best. Any genre, any speed, any thing... He delivers gold in one or two takes. He's beyond just chops.
Wished I could be there too .... Steve Lukather is just the best among all the guitarists and he is a complete musician. He is the reason why I play guitar... Thanks for all the great music Luke....GBU Luke. (Awie, Jakarta)
He's such a genius player.
I've got this CD and met Steve at a small show in the Cleveland Area . One of my favorite CD 's I play it often driving down the road . Steve was as nice a person you get. Stood for pictures and chatted with everyone. Thanks Steve !!
Really terrific that he let you film this hanging out and playing around. So cool.
whether it's a documentary or a museum or movie or star on the walk of fame steve lukather deserves to be nationally and internationally recognized as t h e guitarist of the century . Gilmore is great , and beck is great , and it does go on and on ____but someone has to be at the top . and that is steve
@CRISIS FOCUS Paul Warren. (period)
@gary schraa Don’t get me wrong - Lukather’s a great player. At one point, he was doing almost 100% of the studio gigs for rock guitarists all by himself! What Jimmy Page was to the London 60’s studio scene, Lukather was to L.A. in the 80’s.
@Mitchell Levine Thank you . (Now ) I just have to mention this because this is either the most coincidental of all coincidences , or my name isn't Gary , but when I googled "Mitchell Levine" ________ what I got was 'Andy Mitchell' guitar teacher at Levine Music School and that in 1999 you recorded a solo guitar album titled "Chimaera" (Thus explaining your in-depth knowledge and my lack of) haha ain't that something ?
@gary schraa I believe “Dean” was just Mike Landau’s nickname.
@Mitchell Levine I guess maybe I'm biased towards Steve . lol . So I guess what I was expecting were stronger adjectives about him like , accomplished , incredible , etc. As for Dean Landau I wonder if you meant "Michael Landau" ? My point being that at the top of world class guitarists such as Larry , Michael , and Steve , being humble and placing your closest circle of friends above yourself shows class . With all of that said I believe I finally see [SemiLive sixstring strumists] point checks out and is correct after all . Thank you guys
LUKE is my fav. all around guitarist w/ a killer voice + great guy!!
all good guitar players love Steve Lukather's playing. he is incredible
That amp between the Gibson and the Magnatone had incredible overdrive.
Nothing but love for Steve! Thank you for so many years of bad ass music!
Incredibly proficient musician with a great pocket and sense of melody! One of my all time favorite!
Cool to see Trev hanging out with his dad in the studio! Thanks for posting!
Steve, thanks for all the great music through the years. Keep putting out the solo records. They are MUCH appreciated.Does anybody know what any of those anonymous amps were ? The AC 30 and Marshall (what model? ) were easily identified. Steve ? Anybody ? Thanks for posting this video!!!
That 59 Gibson amp was frickin Awesome
Hey mate, in this record Luke used a lot of vintage amps.. A 1959 Gibson GA-6, a 1950 Magnatone 213, and a 1966 Supro 1620T. The Vox was a 1964 Vox AC30 Top boost model, and the Marshalls are a JCM2000 DSL 100 and a little JMP.. it's a 2061X
Good reminder to go listen to his solo stuff again! Thanks for all the great music Steve and crew!
God thx for this footage! Awesome! Steve is one of my favorite artists of all time . . I've always loved his style : )
I love it and hang around to watch such rare videos. This is music history. Thanks for posting this masterpiece.
Priceless footage, Rick. Thanks for sharing!
This must be one Hell of a great album, it sells for $114.80 on Amazon! Mr. Lukather, I know you are a kind soul, PLEASE send me a copy of this CD!! 🙏🙏
i often come back to this video, and always amazes how good sounds all he plays, even "simple" things!
watching these guys jam and create music really reminds me a lot of me and my band.
thank you for filming and than you luke for letting us fans have a glimpse at your brilliance!
Lukather Maestro de Maestros
thanks for sharing this. always fun to see top artists at their craft
Luke is a wonderful musician, truly.
That studio reminds of one I did a lot of tracking in back in Missouri. Same monitors. Same layout. And similar board. Both great sounding studios.
Love the finished product. Fav Lukather album. Fun watching the work days.
this footage is a real treasure! Wow! many thanks for this great upload
One of my dreams ... to meet Steve in real life.
Steve you are a great player matey. massive chunks of pure guitar heaven. Keyboard man great too and the band stuff too. Will listen to this album for sure at some time. Thanks for this. Ever Changing Times was a great tune by A Franklin and M. Mac as well.
na minha opiniao um dos melhores guitarristas e vocalistas do planeta. vida longa ao luke
Ever Changing Times has some really great Lukather tracks on it. Overlooked album i think.
Love that record!
Great guy and great artists all.
Blows me away... Love to be there too. Great drummer. Where did he come from? Steve sure can pick em.' Love the guy!!!
He can sound just like Boz Scaggs. I got to hear him do it at a show in Biloxi . They were having fun and it was a great show we had a great time
You're sitting on a couch and next to you Stevie vinning on his guitar,priceless!
by the way i would go with the first amp! Vibe aliceous!
His blue electric guitar is so beautiful! :)
Priceless footage! Thank you so much!
É um prazer ver um pouco de como ele trabalha.
So much fun! And so much creativity...
images and words from dream theater ...on the acoustic part he was playing towards the end...not as a diss but has been played before..Steve is awesome!!!
10:50 what amp is that? sounds tremendous
16:50 my favorite solo guitar setting
So cool to see. Thanks for this.
One of the weirdest produced albums ever. Very large dynamic range, very present but narrow mixed drums, guitars at times as wide as a jumbojet and LOUD in the mix.... But hey... I like it.
I thought the same, it sounds like my mixed, and the drums are detracting the overall quality, both in tone and the aforementioned contrast to the music in spatial terms. Maybe they were not yet processed fully, compression would easily fix most issues I am wanting to resolve on them listening here.
That little Gibson amp sounded KILLER !
Amazing !! Thanks for sharing and Greetings from Drummer TV Show from Argentina !!!
Musicians love to chill and riff...I think we could live in a studio..
Toto will be out with a record within the month. It's going to be called "Toto XIV" and there already is a video out for the song "Orphan". Also another track called "Holy War". Sounds good to me!
thank you so much for uploading this! Love luke
Steve my hero
jeff must be at my next wedding playing ,being 80 and 85 yrs, we can handle
this is a jewel! amazing luke
we love you steve
Even though all of the amps sounded good, I thought the second amp he tried sounded the best. But of course pretty much anything would sound good with Steve playing through it!
Great video, Luke is the shit
Fantastic insight. Thanks so much.
wow thanks for sharing this treasure
babko is awesome
Very cool stuff!!
Hello Esteve Lukather my favorite singler and guitarCongratulations for job soloThe best of my generation
Fantastic clip, thanks!
nice!!! i cant believe i met him a couple of months ago! (:
How good did that Hammond and the AC30 sound!
man that ac30 crunch tone is fuckin legit man
Interesting! Good job!
22:42 : Dad, you're boring me.23:17: Look, son, Summer Breeze!23:23: Nice!
maybe, the rest of us are guys or musicians and really think their music is just the bomb. Enjoy though, he really rocks our world (one way or another) :0
At around 19:30 Steve busts out some SRV-style stuff. I had no idea that he had that in his arsenal, but it just figures that he would.
+FreedomZealot Yur kidden right? LUKE is a former Top LA Session Guitarist that rec'd on over 1,500 LP's + Playing professionally for another..what..39 yrs now, so yeah, he can play 5* Jazz, Fusion, Great Blues (Hendrix!!), Kick ass rock and hard rock (White Sister-Toto!) and real hot pyrotechnique guitar w/ all the tricks! Luke played w/ SRV and Jeff Beck in Japan! Tours w/ the Great Larry Carlton..Talk bout yur hot players! Luke is a God in Europe as well! JSP
He's a session guy. He can play anything.
Thanks a lot! This is really nice to watch..
very nice!!! thanks.
Really enjoyed that
How old were you when you realized a Dream was to be in a recording studio session? Regardless cool video and thank you
What a cutie is Trev. And also almost identical to his father
LUKE! SOLID, man! Cool video- thanks!
That AC 30!!! Wowwwww
tu es le meilleur Steve
Trevor is diggin his dad
Damn!That organ player!!!
Jeff Babko. He's amazing!
snare sounds great man
I thought Magnatone was the best, but didn't hit the spot with ether one but that Gibson amp nail it.
Maggie's vibrato sound was sweet!
I thought the Gibson was pretty sweet tone-wise.
He looks so much like Bill Bailey here... They should have started a band or something at that time. :-)
Ah. A fellow convert of the Delay Llarma. Excellent.
Guitarrista dos guitarristas,Steve Lukather by Toto ...
Frikin Hammond B-3 witht he LESLIE sounds KILLER !!! You'll never be able to replicate that with a Synth !!! It's the air pressure that the LESLIE creates - and you have to capture that with a mike.... AWESOME - whomever uploaded that !! MUSIC MAN !! NOT SAMPLING !!! ORIGINAL FRINKIN' LIVE PLAYING !!!! There will be nothing like that !!! TIRED OF "RECORDING ARTIST" THAT DON'T PLAY A FKINKIN' INSTRUMENT !!!
+Andres Etchenique ...Hammond B3's usually go thru a Leslie as well as Stevie Ray Vaughn's guitar did! That sounded phenom!
I'm late to the Lukather party even though I was a ToTo fan in the early 80's. I guess because it wasn't harder rock I skipped over it. Now I've learned to play Rosanna on guitar, fun song to play.
KingdomofLuke1 I don’t but now I’ll look into it.
Do you have Toto's album Kingdom of Desire JamCave Studio? It's my favourite Toto album, and the last one the mighty Jeff Porcaro played on. It's got a harder edge to it. Check out the youtube for this current tour as well, killer live. They have started releasing their US tour dates for the summer too, if that's where you're from.
Wish Jeff was still around
This one goes up to eleven.
That could only be the dream of a non musician
Wish, i`d be there...
I love Steve, but his sound sounds a little over processed sometimes. Kind of cool to hear him just playing directly into amps and jamming.
Please can U tell me what is the little amp that Luke is playing at 10:30 ?? please answer , thanks :)
Epic legond period!!
Amp demo Luke rockin a chain drive wallet!
at 14:35..what type of amp was that..I like the vibrato..sounded like a vibrolux but fuller...????
I'm not sure what Jason said, but we like it!
Guitar Savant ......but with a sense of whimsy
Thank you! :)
How Friggin Luckyy ou are bro......DAMN !!