Born in 1971, Ludovic Egraz began playing guitar at the end of the 80s after a classical cello course.
At first a fan of AC/DC and Ozzy Osbourne, he branches off into jazz rock (Uzeb, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Al Di Meola) and enrols at the American School of Modern Music, a school where he will study for four years.
It was also at this time that he put his foot down in journalism by joining the editorial staff of Guitare & Claviers magazine and became a guitar teacher. Naturalness returns at a gallop with the discovery of Pantera, instrumental guitarists (Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Marty Friedman), then the neo metal wave.
With the band Tomfool, he embarks on a beautiful adventure that will last several years. After Guitare & Claviers, he participated in the creation of Guitare Xtreme Magazine, of which he is currently the chief editor. To date, he has recorded nearly 3,000 interviews with some of the world's most renowned neck stars.
With his partner and producer Olivia Rivasseau (Mistiroux Productions), Ludovic Egraz is the co-creator of the United Guitars concept. He is guitarist in the power trio The Paranoids, a Black Sabbath tribute band he founded with Julien Bitoun and Sébastien Benoits.
- Electric guitar