Author: Kurt Hierholzer

Solomon Kola

Solomon Kola

Solomon Kola is a session guitarist who started out in Perugia, Italy. Today he is currently based in London, UK where he does most of his creative work. His art style is a blend of Jazz and Hip hop and he is also very inspired by a wide range of genres.

Check out what Solomon is up to…

Instagram: @solomon_kola
Facebook: solomon.kolakale
YouTube: youtube.com
TikTok: tiktok.com

Solomon Kola“Since the moment I picked up the Flexible Bikini Pick, I have never used anything else. The grip is excellent, and I am able to transition between different tones without having to change picks.”Solomon Kola

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As We Become Ghosts

As We Become Ghosts

As We Become Ghosts (A.W.B.G) was a project that’s seed was planted in early 2018 by artist/writer Mickeyratt, originally writing and recording rough demos of a few songs to put out to attract other musicians to be in the project.

Steve Kholer on the Bass was first to believe in what this project/band would become. Together Mickey and Steve started on a long quest to find the best drummer and lead Guitar player available. After trying many seasoned and amazing guitarists we still did not feel they fit the exact part that A.W.B.G. needed to be extra special.

After a long and frustrating search Lead Guitarist Alex Fysz entered the scene in 2019, by pure luck. Alex was recommended to Mickeyratt for a tattoo. While meeting for a consult it was revealed that Alex was Guitar player. The conversation switched rapidly to influences. It was a match made by destiny.

The three continued to search for just the right drummer, to breath life into this now no longer project but rather a band of brothers. We had our eye on drummer extraordinaire Phil Wax for a while. He had recently become available, and we approached him about coming aboard. Phil learned a Few of our songs and was over to our private studio to try out within days. We all knew at that moment of the audition that A.W.B.G was destined for greatness.

Mickeyratt knew from the start that he wanted this to be a band and not just a solo project. Together the band started rehearsing vigorously writing and creating original music that has influences that span from the 70s to the 2000s. It is our goal to write (A) side songs; where any one of our songs could be the single that would take us to the top. While tackling many issues in our writing, involving: addiction, relationships, suicide, death and other painful struggles, with an upside of hope.

A.W.B.G is climbing the ladder fast and receiving much interest from the public at large. We released a rehearsal video of two songs as a teaser to an upcoming show that received close to 3000 views in under a month, with many viewers sharing and reposting. A.W.B.G is currently in the studio working on a full length album, working on a few videos to be released and booking shows.

We will see you all at the top… better yet, why don’t you all just come along for the ride with us it’s gonna be a hell of a journey!

Check out what As We Become Ghosts is up to…

Instagram: @aswebecomeghosts
Facebook: aswebecomeghosts
YouTube: youtube.com
ReverbNation: aswebecomeghosts

As We Become Ghosts“We are humble and grateful to be a part of the Anatomy of Sound family. These innovative pics have helped our playing dynamics and take us to a whole new level.”
As We Become Ghosts

As We Become Ghosts uses:

Eric Assarsson

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I’m honored using their product and these picks really stepped up my playing to the next level!

I love how they are designed and they feel perfect in my hand. My alternate picking works even better than before.”
Eric Assarsson

Benedict Quinn

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Benedict Quinn

Benedict Quinn

Benedict Quinn

London, U.K.

“My favourite plectrums in the world are the Anatomy of Sound Blue Ergonomic plectrum. The way it is shaped is super comfortable and the thickness of the pick really reduces tension in the fingers, which has assisted my recovery with RSI. The sound it produces is strong and warm.” [more]

JMT

JMT“I was really impressed the first time I tried AoS picks. Beyond their brilliant aesthetics, their shape allows a firm and comfortable grip. Even when I play with my fingers, I’m able to hold the pick in my hand without dropping it. The tip of the pick allows me to play with extreme agility and precision, getting a clean and brilliant tone from my guitar. “
JMT

JMT

JMT

Milan, Italy

“I was really impressed the first time I tried AoS picks. The tip of the pick allows me to play with extreme agility and precision, getting a clean and brilliant tone from my guitar.” [more]