Jon Jimmerson is a session player from Nashville, TN. Wherever you are in the country, he can help you record your dobro parts for your new demo, album, track or record. JJ has a perfect set up for remote sessions and can send you tracks within a week of you needing them. If you are looking for a great session dobro player for hire, contact JJ.
JJ is a producer as well as a session player. If you are in need of session work, look no further. We can record your album's favorite dobro and steel guitar parts. Jon can also record your lead guitar, acoustic, mandolin, banjo, keys, bass, and midi instrument parts that you need for the record as well. JJ usually just uses a condenser mic for recording dobro but he has a large room that is ideal for capturing the essence of the sound.
Jon likes beard guitars/ dobros. ink- https://beardguitars.com/
JJ's mains square neck resonator is a Resonator R by Beard. Dobro is another word for saying square neck resonator. The word dobro is just used loosely for referring to square neck resonators. This instrument can be used in sorts of genres but is mostly associated with bluegrass, Americana, singer-songwriter, and country. If a track needs more of a Hawaiin or rock sound a lap steel might be a better choice. Wether it's dobro, lap steel, or pedal steel we will be able to help you with any genre of music that you want JJ to record on.
It's important to find the right session player for a remote session. Recording well is an art and most people have trouble recording well in the studio with directions. That is why it takes extra care and attention for a remote session player to do well. They have to be able to be an engineer, a producer, and a refined player in order to execute a well-performed track. JJ has all the experience for this so all you need to do is reach out to him for help.
Most of the sessions that JJ does are for professional musicians but not all of them. Most people don't know what a dobro is much less, how can it can be used in a track. Jon can give your recommendations on how to use the dobro in the track but most artists just trust him to lay down parts. If there is any feedback on the part, JJ is very open to that. Most of the time, JJ records the dobro in a larger room with higher ceiling with a condenser mic. A Beard Resonator R is the usually the axe of choice.