ULI JON ROTH: No Technical Mishaps At Ventura Show

The following message was posted at the official web site of legendary guitarist Uli Jon Roth:

"[Uli Jon Roth] played the Ventura Theater in Ventura, California [Friday night, Aug. 27]. Contrary to the previous evening the show went smoothly and without any technical mishaps. The front-of-house sound was superb and was being matched by the visuals every step of the way.

"The tremolo bar on Uli's main Sky Guitar, 'Mighty Wing', which broke off during last night's concert, had been replaced just in time for the show by Uli's friend and amp-builder Alan Cyr. In all, the repair operation lasted for four hours. Among the many guests who came to see and meet Uli backstage were Eric Singer, drummer of the band KISS, and Marc Ferrari, guitarist of the band KEEL."

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