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Alessandro "Asso" Stefana

Guitarist, Multi-instrumentalist, Composer, Producer

PJ Harvey, Mike Patton, Vinicio Capossela

“The H9 and the Space Pedal really opened up a new whole world for me, a new palette of magic sounds to experiment within such tiny magic boxes. Then I discovered the MixingLink which I think is one of the most useful tools I've ever tried, both during my live set but even more in the studio to match all of my analog outboards (tape echoes, guitar pedals) to the DAW. Simply amazing”

Bio

Alessandro “Asso” Stefana is an Italian guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. He is best known for his collaborations and tours as guitarist with PJ Harvey, Mike Patton "Mondocane", and to be the long time collaborator and producer of Vinicio Capossela. He's also founder of the Italian band Guano Padano inspired by the sound of the Italian Film Soundtracks and Spaghetti Western’s music mixed with surf/psychedelic/jazz/country and experimental. Other collaborations include: Marc Ribot, Alessandro Alessandroni (the renowed whistler of the Ennio Morricone's soundtracks),  Joey Burns (Calexico), Dan Fante, Mark Orton, Bobby Solo and many others.

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Gear

Guitarist, Multi-instrumentalist, Composer, Producer

PJ Harvey, Mike Patton, Vinicio Capossela

Bio

Alessandro “Asso” Stefana is an Italian guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. He is best known for his collaborations and tours as guitarist with PJ Harvey, Mike Patton "Mondocane", and to be the long time collaborator and producer of Vinicio Capossela. He's also founder of the Italian band Guano Padano inspired by the sound of the Italian Film Soundtracks and Spaghetti Western’s music mixed with surf/psychedelic/jazz/country and experimental. Other collaborations include: Marc Ribot, Alessandro Alessandroni (the renowed whistler of the Ennio Morricone's soundtracks),  Joey Burns (Calexico), Dan Fante, Mark Orton, Bobby Solo and many others.

Links

Gear

“The H9 and the Space Pedal really opened up a new whole world for me, a new palette of magic sounds to experiment within such tiny magic boxes. Then I discovered the MixingLink which I think is one of the most useful tools I've ever tried, both during my live set but even more in the studio to match all of my analog outboards (tape echoes, guitar pedals) to the DAW. Simply amazing”