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Sharon Aguilar is an American instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter. She played lead guitar and violin with Scarlet Fever, the all-female backing band that toured with Cee Lo Green during 2010 and 2011. Convinced of her talent, Cee Lo green asked her to join his band permanently.
Sharon Aguilar currently plays in the original band Miss President consisting of members from the Cee Lo Green backing band Scarlet Fever. An accomplished and formidable guitarist, she attended the Musician’s Institute in Los Angeles and is also a classically trained violinist.
Aguilar has amassed a wealth of television credits in the United States and abroad, having played on Saturday Night Live, The Today Show, Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Lopez Tonight, Good Morning America, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Last Call with Carson Daly, The Colbert Report, American Idol, Later … with Jools Holland (U.K.), VH1 Storytellers and Fuse TV’s A Different Spin with Mark Hoppus.
With Cee Lo Green, she has toured extensively worldwide, including opening for Prince at Madison Square Garden, opening for the Foo Fighters at Wembley Arena, the March 2011 SoundClash show in Las Vegas with the Ting Tings and Goodie MOB, as well as many festivals and private shows in the US and abroad. As a songwriter, Aguilar co-wrote “Rockstar,” which appeared on Fefe Dobson's album Joy from 2010. The song was also heard on American Idol and the CW Television Network’s Hellcats. Aguilar’s love affair with TC started after learning that it is the brand Guthrie Govan depends on to get his impressive tones.
For her drive sound, she chose the MojoMojo Overdrive: “I have been into drive pedals of all kinds over the years and all of the other drive pedals I had all seemed to kill the bottom end. I can get a super silky tone with the MojoMojo and not only does it not kill the bottom end, it is not over-compressed and can still stand alone in a live mix.“
“I love the voicing switch on the MojoMojo. It feels so good when I pick. It is very responsive, and it is silky smooth. I can switch between two voicings that are very unique vintage drive sounds that keep all of the frequencies that I don't want to lose.”
Aguilar needs her delay pedal to cover a lot of ground and chose the Nova Delay for this challenging task. “It is probably the best stand-alone delay pedal on the market. I can't think of another delay pedal that size that can do everything the Nova can. Plus, it sounds so organic and smooth and it doesn't take anything away from your tone or color the sound in any way, that makes it feel awkward or overbearing.”
Videos with Sharon Aguilar
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