Rewind to the late 1970's when our hero, just a young boy at the time, walks into Blue Note Music in Long Branch, NJ for his first guitar lesson with an old acoustic his mother borrowed from her hair dresser. The piece of crap was so old it could not be kept in tune, yet our hero was determined to learn something other than a one fingered "Smoke On The Water" riff! After 6 months of lessons and a shinny new Univox High Flyer, Gual joined local band Fly By Night and got his musical journey airborne.
In and out of bands during high school and college, Gual eventually moved to South Florida to join alt rock bar bands The Univited and Numb. But it was the purchase of a Korg M1 in the early 1990's where Gual got addicted to producing electronic music using its built-in sequencer.
With a never-ending desire to perform dance music, Gual took his electronic music creations to the DJ decks. As a disc jockey and music producer for over 20 years now, he has mastered the art of remixing classic jams and dance songs into today's dance music sound. Gual's remix of "Thriller" by Michael Jackson is a great example of this. Take a listen!