Rene Sagnelli is a Guitar Virtuoso, touring artist, composer, producer, businessman, studio musician and full time music teacher born in Los Angeles, California.
In 2009 he graduates a school affiliated with Berklee College of Music named "Fermatta". In 2014 he graduates Musicians Institute and then is picked to tour internationally with the most recognized Tribute to Metallica ever known: Masters of Puppets, during his time with this act he causes the band to play in top tier venues like the Los Angeles Colliseum, appear in several billboards across the US and blogs like Los Angeles Times, and also being recognized as the best guitar player in the tribute scene.
Rene Sagnelli also appears in Musicians Institute's Success Stories.
In Nov. 2018 Rene Sagnelli used his voice to sing at The Honda Center before a sold out stadium, in a festival dedicated to world peace, in which Jazz Legend Herbie Hancock played 10 minutes before him, broadcasted in 9 mayor US Cities, a total of 60k people.
Since then, and because of COVID-19 pandemic, Rene Sagnelli dedicated himself to studio sessions and music teaching.
Rene Sagnelli has attended Master Clases with: Carmine Appice, Chad Smith, Glenn Hughes, Steve Vai, Guthrie Govan, Frank Gambale, Billy Sheehan, Marcus Miller, Tosin Abasi and Scot Henderson, making him a really interesting teacher to pick!