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BIO

Steve Saluto is an italian guitar player, songwriter and producer mostly known for his past works with Richie Kotzen. But he also has played with lot of names in the music business such as Buddy Miles and Phil Palmer … and ranging from jazz projects (with Jeff Berlin and Danny Gottlieb) to rock music (teaming up with Darryl Jones, Marco Mendoza and Doug Wimbish just to name a few). He has a very prolific solo career. He has released 12 solo albums featuring his diverse guitar virtuosity … not counting the 2008 project called “La Famiglia Superstar” (with Atma Anur, Marco Mendoza and Terry Ilous). Residing in Treviso (Italy), Steve Saluto began playing guitar at the age of fifteen. At the beginning they were jazz guitar lessons then, inspired by the Van Halen solo in "Beat It", Steve took up playing rock. "Melodic Rock" described him as "the amazing new Italian guitar hero and a recording studio genius"

Besides his guitar player and band leader status, Steve is an in demand writer and producer for up and coming young bands under the production company known as "ImputLevel Productions" in his own recording commercial studio located in the Venice area.

Equipment Steve Saluto uses the following Hughes&Kettner equipment