On Saturday, Dopapod guitarist Rob Compa presented a guitar clinic and performance as well as Q&A at Ish Records in Syracuse. Videographer mk devo was on hand to capture the action.
The clinic came ahead of Dopapod’s Saturday night show at the Westcott Theater. Rob took questions from those in attendance and also played a number of songs. Included within are his own “Garbage Man,” a pretty cover of “Lifeboy” by Phish and a solo rendition of Dopapod’s “Royce Road.” Songwriting, lessons he’s learned and guitar skills were among the topics discussed during the Q&A portion.
Watch Compa’s guitar clinic/performance as shot by mk devo including “Lifeboy” starting at the 25:40 mark:
Dopapod concludes the year at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston on New Year’s Eve. The band is expecting to take the year off in 2018.
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