Monthly Archives: December 2016
If you've never come across the Electro Harmonix Micro Synth before and you're open to new sounds then make sure you watch this in depth video review.
How To Become A Guitar Teacher - A Guide There are many people who consider teaching guitar and the Internet is awash with "how to...
The following excerpt is from the February 2017 issue of Guitar World. Annie Clark is officially one step ahead of us. We've always suspected as much, but this fact was confirmed the moment she emerged from hair and makeup for her inaugural Guitar World cover shoot holding a guitar...and wearing a dress that featured a print of a bikini body, just like the kind you'd find hanging in the window of a kitschy beach shop.
The band's ninth studio album is due out this March through Matador Records.
GOLD AWARD When guitarists hear the name “Jackson,” the first instruments they probably think of are the company’s super strats like the Dinky, San Dimas, and Soloist or their more radical-shaped axes like the Kelly, King V, Rhoads, or Warrior. Probably the last style of guitar they’d imagine would be a curvaceous single-cutaway model, but that’s exactly what Jackson has added to its impressive stable with the introduction of several new Monarkh models.
This week, Guitar World Tech Editor Paul Riario said farewell to his trusty old Line 6 Spider III amp. I don't know how long it's been under his desk, but I know it was there when I first stumbled into GW six years ago.
In this holiday edition of InSound, Julie Ruin guitarist and Adorama Learning Center contributor Sara Landeau tells us her top last-minute gift ideas for any hard to shop for musicians and gearheads in your life.
People have reported seeing the likeness of the Virgin Mary on lattes, rocks, a Chicago highway underpass and, most famously, a grilled cheese sandwich that eventually sold for $28,000 on eBay in 2004.
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At some point, Kennis Russell bought a used Stratocaster at his local guitar shop. Within a few seconds, however, Russell—a guitarist who provides backing tracks, gear demos and reviews on YouTube—realized it was a fake. "Someone had rubbed off the Squier logo from the headstock and put a fake Fender waterslide on it," Russell says.