Do you need professional guitar tracks for your productions?!
I'll help you out !

As a professional live & studio guitarplayer for 20+ years, I can look back on a rich experience having played almost all kind of music from:
jazz, rock, folk, world, classical, funk, r & b and many more...

You can reach me by the contact form or email. After we spoke about your general idea and vision of the song you send me your stereo-track as an mp3 file. If you worked with virtual guitars or samples you can send me 2 versions - one with guitars, one without - to get an idea of what you imagine. Otherwise I feel free to offer you my own version...

You get my recordings as 44.1kHz/24 bit wave files. Unprocessed or/and processed, as you wish. Especially with overdrive, distortion and also some other effects, the sound interacts a lot with the feel of playing and makes often sense to be part of it.


Lars Rüetschi (born March 24, 1977) is a Swiss fusion guitarist, composer and endorser of the Canadian guitar manufacturer Godin[1]. His stylistic versatility, virtuos and passioned playing made him become one of Berlins most busy live and studio guitarists.

Mixing Service:

I will enhance your production putting my hands on your song and delivering a warm, transparent and dynamic mix using proper gain staging for enough headroom, Signal Leveling for a balanced mix, Equalizing each track to clean mud or noise and featuring the sweet spots of each instrument, Compression where is needed for taming some sounds or making them punchier, creating a beautiful Stereo Image through tastefull stereo positioning, adding the right rooms and Reverbs creating depth.

My credits include

Gear highlights

  • Godin LGX
  • Audient iD22
  • Audio Technica 4050
  • Sennheiser MD 421 (vintage)
  • Oktava Mk 012-01 (Matched Pair)
  • SPL Vitalizer SX2

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

Just contact me if you have any questions or you need further or more detailed information.

I am looking forward to working on your track !


Reviews of Online Guitar Tracks

  • Default-avatar3 months agoby Verified Review

    I am very glad to have had the pleisure to work with Lars. As a professional musician he created a marvelous brass arrangement which more than lives up to my expectations. Lars has done an exceptional job.
    By the way, Lars is a really nice guy to work with and knows how to act with clients. I highly recommend him to everybody.
    Thank you.

  • Default-avatar3 months agoby Verified Review

    Lars was, as usual, great to work with. He's responsive, polite and very talented.

  • Default-avatar9 months agoby Verified Review

    Lars has done a wonderful job mastering my tracks, and all for a very reasonable price. He's responsive, easy to work with and a very talented musician as well. I highly recommend working with him!

  • Default-avatar12 months agoby Verified Review

    Lars is a great talent. He brought a unique perspective to my song. Awesome job!

  • Listing_thumb_korg-kronos-display-460-80over 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Working with Online Guitar Tracks was an A+ experience. Great musical talent and very professional attitude. Highly Recommended for anyone looking to get great Guitar Tracks with superb customer service. Lars Ruetschi is much fun to work with, he is very dedicated and sensitive to s project needs. Thanks!!!

  • Default-avatarabout 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Online Guitar Tracks, i.e. Lars, is a great guy to work with. Fast turnaround, dedicated, involved, very flexible, uncomplicated. Nice, clean, melodic guitar work. Not to mention that his price is a steal. Just booked a second song with Lars.

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Interview with Online Guitar Tracks

Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
I do mostly online sessions for people who need guitar tracks. Almost any kind of style from classical guitar to Metal, with Jazz, Flamenco, Worldmusic and Pop in between. I came through Rock to the Electric Guitar, played Classical Guitar for many years and studied Jazzguitar at the Music Academy Basel, so my horizon is quite wide I would say :) Appart from that I do also online mixing. I am an autodidact in this and can't offer 20 years of professional experience like with guitar playing, but I do it with passion and daily for 5 years+, so also there I can offer good results, especially for people on a budget.
Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
There were many and even from the not-so-good ones I learned something and took some experience with me.
What are you working on at the moment?
Recording a Solo for a Prog-Rock project. Great song and a lot of fun !
Analog or digital and why?
Analog AND Digital. Because both worlds have some advantages and disadvantages, so why not to combine the best from both ?!
What's your 'promise' to your clients?
I take everybody serious
What do you like most about your job?
Creativity, new influences, making people happy and doing what I can do the best.
What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
"Can you play this kind of style ?" Luckily my answer is mostly "Yes"
What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
What, to make music is a profession ? LOL (at least these were the reaction 20 years ago here...)
What questions do you ask prospective clients?
Do you have any visions about the song...
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
Listen to some music, to know if you are stylistically in the same ballpark...the rest is chemistry
What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
Piano 31 years, Guitar 23 years, professionally 20+ years and hiiiiiiiighly intense and passionated
How would you describe your style?
worldpoprockjazzlatinethnogypsyfunk with always my personal note inside...
Can you share one music production tip?
What type of music do you usually work on?
see above...
What's your strongest skill?
Guitar (and piano) playing, as I play these instruments obsessive since I am a child. Characterwise, I am open for most kind of music and mostly emphatic enough to get what the clients wants. I am just happy, when the customer is happy.
What do you bring to a song?
What it needs :) I try to play what is the best for the song, to embed my playing in the flow of the track, to play with the style, the energy and the message but still being creative and unique.
What's your typical work process?
After getting contacted, I like to hear an mp3 of the clients track and some inputs/visions if he has a specific idea. Otherwise I offer something on my own. After being live & studio guitar player for so many years, I have some feeling for aesthetics and what could match the music style, the energy of the song a.s.o. the best. Sometimes I hit it 1st Track. If not, I talk with the client to get better what he imagines and do a revision. Some things about music are difficult to describe with words, so reverence tracks are helping in such cases.
Tell us about your studio setup.
I go through an Audient iD22 Audio interface in the computer. Great converters and great preamps were priority, to get the signals as well as possible in the box. I also didn't save with cables, as they can make a big difference. I use Sommer Galileo Cables, not to have any quality loss with the signals before converting. For acoustic guitars I use mostly Oktava Mk 012 (I have a matched pair) or the Audio Technica 4050 Mics. My most played E-Guitar is a Godin LGX. I have my room acoustically treated, which is more important than many other things, it took me long to realize that. I also have a vintage Sennheiser MD421, acoustic guitars (Espala, Takamine and others).
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Many...there are so many talents on this planet. Joe Satriani, Baden Powell, Mark Knopfler, Gary Moore, Pat Metheny, Vicente Amigo, Paco de Lucia, Mike Stern and many more. As wide my stylistical preference is, as wide are my inspirations or more vice versa.