Guitarist JEFF LOOMIS shares live fan cam video with “Miles Of Machines” performance

Guitarist Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy, Nevermore) shared another live solo performance video via his official YouTube channel. Check it out below.

Loomis: “Found this cool video of my performance of ‘Miles Of Machines’ in Winnipeg, Canada. Thanks to the user who uploaded this. Super cool of you, man!”

Loomis, who was one of the founding members of Nevermore, recently shared a new instructional video on how to play the band’s song “Born.” The track is taken from Nevermore’s 2005 album This Godless Endeavour.

Nevermore was formed in 1991, releasing seven albums before going on indefinite hiatus in 2011. In April 2015 frontman Warrel Dane confirmed that Nevermore had not disbanded and there was a possibility for them to continue in the next two years with another album. However, Dane passed away in December 2017, ending hopes of a reunion.

In partnership with All-Pedal, Loomis has announced the release of their signature pedal, “The Devil’s Triad”, which will be available exclusively on Reverb.

Says Loomis, “We put so much blood, sweat and tears into this project to absolutely dial in my tone. From circuit development to artwork design, we had a blast putting this thing together for you guys, and I really hope you all enjoy it. I can’t wait to see you shred with this stuff!

Designed by Loomis to be his all-in-one pedal, The Devil’s Triad has drive, boost, delay and reverb functionality, and can be used as a preamp. Loomis also worked with All-Pedal to replicate his presets in Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Delay Cascade options.

Even better – everyone who purchases one of The Devil’s Triad signature pedals will be entered to win a Jeff Loomis Signature Jackson 7-String Guitar, Gator Hardshell Guitar Case, and Gator Guitar Stand through All-Pedal.

Check out the full video of Loomis shredding through his pedal walkthrough below, and find more information. here.

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