Mitch Holder is among the legendary Los Angeles recording studio musicians known for playing all styles of music. As a well-respected guitarist, Mitch has played for nearly every studio and every composer in LA over the last forty years! He has worked on movies for conductors such as John Williams and Dave Grusin as well as pop recordings with the like of Lee Ritenour and Minnie Ripperton. During his NAMM Oral History interview, Mitch spoke of his instruments and shared advice for up and coming musicians about the art form of studio work, which he expressed as being a blessing in his life.
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