I'm a session guitarist specializing in the heavier and harder-hitting side of music, though my playing ability also extends to genres such as classic rock and alternative. With over a decade of playing experience, I'm confident that I can help you bring out the best in any of your projects, whether it's adding a tasty guitar hook or a sick riff.
I'll work with you to bring out the best of your music. I provide free revisions to make sure you get the track that fits your creation perfectly. Recording is primarily done through my LIne6 Pod X3 allowing for a large tone variety as well as direct recording for you to re-amp and add effects to at your leisure.
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
9 Reviews - 1 Repeat ClientEndorse Matt Bateman
I really enjoy working with Matt. He is extremely professional and always delivers recordings in time.
I love to work with Matt, because Matt delivers exactly what I need and always in time!
Just perfect. As usual. If you need to record a guitar, ask Matt!
Perfect, professional and fast work.
If you need to record a heavy guitar - call Matt!
Good, fast and precise! As usual.
Thank you, Matt!
Matt is an awesome guitarist. He delivered high quality and never missed a deadline (he even was ahead of schedule). We plan to work with him much more in the near future!
Matt is an extremely good musician. He has recorded guitars for 3 my track, and each time the records were delivered just in time and in excellent quality.
Matt is extremely professional and delivers high quality results very fast.
He recorded a flawless guitar track for my song, even better and faster, than I expected. I definitely recommend him!
Great job! It is a pleasure to work with Matt.
Interview with Matt Bateman
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: It actually all began years ago with the Guitar Hero games. I bought Guitar Hero 3 after trying it at a friend's house and immediately fell in love. After beating the highest difficulty I felt it was time to try the real thing and bought my first guitar. Ten years later, here I am. I've been the guitarist is several bands, started writing my own music, and went to Fanshawe College in Ontario, Canada to learn more about the music industry through their Music Industry Arts program. As far as being a session guitarist, I've only been active for a short time.
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: Being primarily a metal guitarist, I'd imagine a lot of people would associate that with playing endless chug-heavy breakdowns until my low E (or B) string snaps. While I do play my fair share of breakdowns, I tend to aim for riffs that have a good groove and melody that take the listener on a journey.