Austrian guitarist and composer Thomas Wallisch-Schauer is a graduate of the famed Berklee College of Music in Boston/USA where he received the ‘Jimi Hendrix Award’ and graduated „summa cum laude“ in 1997.
A much sought-after musician, he has collaborated on over 50 CDs as a studio musician and has released 9 CDs as a producer.
Currently he is professor for jazz-guitar at KONSE, Carinthian State Conservatorium in Klagenfurt/Austria.
In the following video he plays his Ballade over a hand-wired VOX AC15HW1.
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Here you hear his J14 directly into Marble handwired tube amp recorded with a Brauner Phantom Mic:
- 2016 4th prize at International GUITAR MASTERS Competition (Fingerstyle), Poland.
- 1999 Förderungspreis Musik (Land Kärnten), Austria.
- 1999 Artistic Promotion Prize, Belgium.
- 1999 4th prize, Europ' Jazz Contest, Belgium.
- 1999 2nd prize, Club Carinthia Musikpreis, Austria.
- 1996 Jimi Hendrix Award, Berklee College, Boston, USA.
- 1996 Berklee 50th Anniversary Medallion, Berklee College.
- 1996 Professional Music Endowed Award, Berklee.
- 1996 Special Citation for Outstanding Musicianship, Atlanta/USA.
- 1995 Scholarship, ministry for science, research and art, Austria.
- 1995 Scholarship, austro mechana, Austria.
- 1995 Berklee Achievement Scholarship, USA.
- 1994 Berklee Achievement Scholarship, USA.