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Neil Schon Quotes

Beyond the Thunder is the closest I've recorded to an acoustic thing.

During the 1970s and 1980s Gibson did use my likeness, but we never signed anything. This new Signature model is the first time we struck a formal written deal for a guitar with my name on it.

I am not a pop musician; I don't want to play bubble-gummy pop stuff.

I haven't stopped playing. If you play all the time, then your chops are up and you tend to grow.

I keep on calling them records because they will always be records to me.

I met the Santana band when I was 14. By the time I was 15, I was a member of the band.

I never got into sports at all until I was in my early 20s, after my music career got going.

I'm just getting older and better.

I'm not a guy to go in the studio and spend months, let alone years, like some people do. I cannot even be in the studio for a month, it will drive me nuts.

I've got the recording process down, and I can knock it out very quickly.

I've never done a solo tour. I feel like getting out there and doing that.

In a lot of aspects it's cooler that we don't have a lot of really overly famous people in the band.

Nobody's perfect. Everyone slides here and there, and they have their ups and downs. When they are down, that is not the time to step all over them.

The best part was watching Journey grow into this monster. The band was huge, playing these enormous gigs.

The heavy guitars are the ones that sound good. They are not that comfortable, but they do sound great.

The world now knows that Steve Perry is welcome to come and sing with us anytime he wants.

There has been the biggest black cloud following me around. People believe it's all my fault that Steve is not here. He has always had an open door, and he doesn't choose to do this any more.

We are doing what Prince did. Everyone that comes to a show billed as An Evening with Journey will get our new CD. We figured that is our best store because they are our biggest fans.

We are taking close to $10 a CD the way we are doing it, and I think that is a fair amount to split up between five guys. Each of us makes like two bucks a record.

What I have is a bunch of really hungry, amazingly talented guys that can kick anybody's rear end.