Steve Vai Places In Early Line


Steve Vai began playing guitar in 1973 at the age of 13 years. In 1974 he began studying guitar with Joe Satriani is a guitarist and began playing in local bands, one of which is known as The Steve Vais. He received the influence of many guitarists like Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, Brian May, Jimmy Page, guitarist Glen Buxton and Allan Holdsworth Jazz fussion. Vai went all the guitar lessons to go to college at the Berklee College Of Music and auditioned
for Frank Zappa at the age of twenty years.

Vai Zappa sent a letter of transcripts for the song The Black Page, an instrumental for drums, along with a cassette containing Vai guitar. Zappa was so impressed with it, and in 1979 he was hired Vai to transcript several solo guitar, including some of the album Joe's Garage and several series of Shut Up n 'Play Yer Guitar. This transcript was published in 1982 in The Frank Zappa Guitar Book.

While he became transkriber rented, Vai often do Overdubs on many of the songs on the album Zappa You Are What You Is. After that he became a full member in his band and joined Zappa's first tour with Zappa in the fall of 1980. Containing one appearance Vai on the guitar was recorded in Bufallo, which was released in 2007.

After leaving Zappa he moved to California, where she recorded her first album Flex Able in 1983 and performed in several bands. In 1985 he replaced Yngwie Malmsteen in the band as Lead guitarist Graham Bonnet's Alcatrazz. Where he joined the recording of disturbing the Peace. Then in 1985 he joined former Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth is to record the albums Eat 'Em And Smile and Skyscraper.

In 1986 Vai play in his band Public Image John Lydon on the album which was given the title of album (which is also known as Compact Disc or Cassette). Then in 1989 Vai joined Whitesnake replace Vivian Campbell. When Adrian Vandenberg suffered wrist injury, Vai plays all the guitar parts himself at the time of recording the album Slip Of The Tounge. Vai also played with Joe Satriani in albummnya entitled Alice Cooper's Hey Stoopid on the song Feed My Frankenstein.