Seth Worsham is originally from northern Indiana. Playing since the age of 16, some of Seth’s musical inspirations and influences are Twisted Sister, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Gary Moore, Thin Lizzy, Helloween, Steve Vai and Joe Satriani. After years of playing the local club scene there he set his sights on being a full time musician and moved to Los Angeles in 2009 to attend Musicians Institute’s Guitar program in Hollywood. Seth excelled in the program, studying with Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big, Racer X), Dave Weiner (Steve Vai band), Doug Rappoport (Edgar Winter group) amongst many other top names in the industry. Seth was awarded the Most Improved Student Award, graduating with an Associate of Arts degree in Guitar Performance in the class of 2011.
Since 2011 Seth has worked as an in demand guitar instructor to all ages around Los Angeles in Santa Clarita, Inglewood, Pacific Palisades, Burbank, and now at the Music Lab in Northridge – as well as having played at the world famous Whisky A Go-go, The Viper Room, The Mint, Molly Malone’s, Malone’s house of metal, Catalina Jazz club, Hard Rock Cafe in Vegas and many other well known L.A. venues with various bands. Currently Seth is playing with L.A.’s newest Neil Diamond tribute, “Diamonds are Forever”.
Seth has over 30 years of teaching experience and will get you rocking out to your favorite songs in no time! Anything you want to learn Seth has the tools to get you there and then some. Popular songs, technique, theory, ear training, dialing in your tone, it’s all part of Seth’s process to give YOU exactly what YOU want and need to become the player YOU dream of!
Effects on the pedalboard pictured are as follows: Ibanez Weeping demon wah, BOSS TU-2 tuner, Ibanez Jet Driver overdrive, Digitech “The drop”, TC Electronic mini spark booster (clean boost), MXR 6 band EQ, TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 reverb, TC Electronic “The Dreamscape” modulation (chorus, vibrato and flanger), MXR Carbon copy analog delay, Earthquaker Devices’ “The afterneath” reverb, and TC Electronic “quintessence” harmonizer.
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