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Gender : Male

Birthday : September 21, 1971

Occupation : Guitarist, Bassist, Drummer, Percussionist, Composer and Producer

Location : Manchester, Northwest, United Kingdom

School : Hazel Grove High School (Manchester, Northwest, United Kingdom)

Education : Grad / professional school

Smoker : No

Drinker : No

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Favorite bands :
Toto, Van Halen, Pendulum, Faithless, Cream,
Favorite guitarists :
Steve Lukather, Van Halen, Joe Satrinai, Gary Moore, Steve Vai, Eric Clapton, George Benson, BB King, Jimi Hendrix, Dean Brown,
Favorite bassists :
Stu Ham, Mark King, Flea, Stanley Clark,
Favorite books :
The Bible
Favorite tv :
Top Gear
Tim Scott is a member of the following bands:
Tim Scott

Guitarist, Bassist, Drummer, Percussionist, Composer and Producer

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Tim Scott has posted 4 blogs total :
‘Guitar Mashing’ breaks boundaries wit 1:35pm : Dec 24th, 2009
Addicted to Angel Dust... Guitar Mashing Rocks! 1:00am : Mar 8th, 2009
First national press reviews of “Guitar Mash 6:29pm : Jan 24th, 2009
It's done! Guitar Mashing is on it's way... 2:11pm : Dec 19th, 2008
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Guitar Mashing national reviews:

"...this album comes very highly recommended."

Guitarist 2009 ****

Guitarist (magazine)
album review February 2009 issue 312 (page 160)

Tim Scott - Guitar Mashing (Acer Records 2008)

Star Rating: 4/5

Although the phrase painting with sound may come across as trite and unnecessarily pompous, in the UK guitarist Tim Scotts case, its perfectly accurate. The interesting arrangements and tones that Scott has used here give the oft-tired guitar instrumental album formula a real shot in the arm, making sure that this album comes very highly recommended.

By Simon Bradley [SB]

"Tim Scott breaks boundaries by mashing his guitar mastery (think Vai and Satriani) with chilled Ibiza sounds."

Total Guitar 2009 ***

Total Guitar (magazine)
album review February 2009 issue 185 (page 37)

Tim Scott - Guitar Mashing (Acer Records 2008)

Star Rating: 3/5

Guitars and pumping house arent terms that usually go hand in hand but on this, his second album, guitarist/session player/producer/tutor Tim Scott breaks boundaries by mashing his guitar mastery (think Vai and Satriani) with chilled Ibiza sounds. Perfect tonic for the winter blues.

By Lucy Rice (LR)

"Guitar Mashing" Official Press Release 2009

Guitar Mashing is an exceptionally new and yet imaginatively different album that Im sure you'll truly love and be totally energized by.

The driving inspiration behind Guitar Mashing was to create a stunning collection of catchy yet distinctive guitar tunes that emanate todays all important "X" Factor instantly craving mass appeal.

With phat bass lines and kicking drums all skilfully mixed together with Latin percussion and fabulously topped off with ultra spacious production, this is a sure fire hit.

"There has not been an album that could potentially be as big as this since Mike Oldfields Tubular Bells. In short the cross over potential for Guitar Mashing is immense."

Guitar Mashing features the now synonymous Ibizas Secret Garden which by all accounts is an outstanding track and subsequently formed the basis for (as they share the same guitar melody) Radio 1 DJ Judge Jules latest collaboration with Scott entitled City Rockers (Marcus Twiddle Edit) for his new artist album Bring The Noise.

Guitar Mashing also features a stunning super postmodern version of J.S. Bachs classic, Prelude in C which would be as at home on The Late Junction on Radio 3 as it would be supporting the Premiership highlights on ITV.

To top off this world beating project Guitar Mashing has been mastered by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road Studios.

(Geoffs CV includes: Coldplay, Kylie, Basement Jaxx, The Arctic Monkeys, The Spice Girls Plus many more...)

Last but not least it sounds better loud so turn it up!

Scott's Sparkly Pink Fender Telecaster
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