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Live in Concert

G3

Year: 2017

Runtime: 01:08:32

Three giants of the guitar - Joe Satriani, Steve Vai and Eric Johnson - deliver six-string acrobatics on G3 - Live In Concert. The first of many G3 tours organized by Satriani, this show features powerful sets from each player capped by an all-star jam.

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Rock, Alternative, Classic Rock

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