Jason Stallworth - Metal Musician & SongwriterWelcome to my musician website. I’ve had a passion for music since I was a child. It wasn’t until my mid-teens when I started getting into heavy metal. Something struck me when I heard Metallica’s ‘Master of Puppets’ and ‘And Justice for All’ albums. It wasn’t long after when I started learning guitar. I was 15.

My music is known for being more on the melodic side. I want the music to say something; I want my guitar to ‘sing’ the melodies as well as orchestrate harmonies. I’m going for that ‘punch you in the soul’ effect.

Although my first love in the music world is metal, I don’t limit myself. I also write and record other genre’s of music. I have a diverse library from acoustic tracks to ambient songs with a soundtrack feel.

Jason’s Music

My first official album was released in December 2013. ‘Apocalyptic Dreams’ is an instrumental metal album with 12 tracks. I had worked on this album for about two years prior to its release. Apocalyptic Dreams is available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, and most major online digital retailers. You can read about the making of this album as well as the gear I used here: Apocalyptic Dreams Album.

Jason’s Lasest Video

If you haven’t subscribed to my YouTube channel yet, now is a good time. I have several guitar lessons. While most of them are catered to metal style playing I also include some of my guitar tones with different devices and plugins as well as recording techniques.

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  1. Jason Kane on July 25, 2014 at 1:51 pm said:

    Hi Jason,

    I recently seen a vid of you playing through a mustang IV combo amp on YouTube. I am considering one of these because of the price and versatility. I am a metal head like yourself, but also a blues fan and like stuff that a melodic too. I have a kid and a wife so money is tight and I can’t afford a setup like my favorite guitarist Mark Tremonti (who I just met, along with Myles Kennedy at Rock Fest in Cadott, WI). So I need something that handles a decent high gain modern rock tone, classic rock tone, nice cleans, and bluesy just starting to break up type tone. I haven’t been gigging for a few years now, but I miss playing out! You think this amp could suit my needs till I get in a better financial situation? I tried the line 6 pods, but there are so many options that it makes my head spin. I just want something easily tweakable on stage or at home jamming with headphones. I hear the second version has cool shit like smart harmonies kind of like the spider valve (had one and thought it sucked!) and pod hd 500 (had it also, but way too complicated). I am more of a turn knob dude. What do you think bro?

  2. richard on July 27, 2014 at 3:32 pm said:

    hi Jason, i just watched you do some nice stuff on youtube in the Chang beer t shirt. Do you teach music? i am ready to learn if you have guitar coaching classes. i see that you are an amazing guitar player and i would realy apreciate if i could get some of those skills, from your coaching
    i too am living in Thailand, and i stay in the wongamat area in pattaya.
    richard dsouza

  3. Jimmy Beach on August 1, 2014 at 1:39 pm said:

    Hey man saw ur videos on YouTube ur a great player and u look like my twin, I’m big and bald just have goatee hair lol. I live in Jax FL and I’ve been playing since I was 14 I’m a old man of 45 lol but I’ve began play again after a few years of on and off and hope to either record me a cd or play in my church band or a Christian hard rock band. My question is I just got a HD 500 and I plan on running it through my new Randall RG 1503 do I have to rub this in my clean tone and will it rub through the front or do I need to go through the effects loop ? Can I get that ENGL tone u have from just that pedal ? Thanks

  4. Jeff Kuehne on August 10, 2014 at 9:57 pm said:

    Sup Jason?
    Hey i found a speed picking video you (i assume you) posted on utube and was wondering if you have more? I would appreciate You letting me know if there is more and how I could get ahold of them. Thanx alot!