Les Paul Standard

Les Paul Standard

Les Paul StandardEver since PAF humbuckers met flamed-maple top in 1958, the Les Paul Standard has been revered among players for its unparalleled heights of tone and playability, ...

American Vintage ’65 Stratocaster

American Vintage ’65 Stratocaster

The American Vintage series introduces an all-new lineup of original-era model year guitars that bring Fender history and heritage to authentic and exciting new life. With key feat ...

PRS Artist Package

PRS Artist Package

The PRS Artist Package is an exclusive platform for PRS core electric guitars that offers expanded features, options, and colors on select models. Available for the first time sinc ...

Gibson Custom Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess

Gibson Custom Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess

Alex Lifeson Les Paul Axcess In his work with Rush from the '70s to today, Alex Lifeson has redefined the boundaries of progressive rock guitar. Embodying far more than that genre ...

Marshall 2203KK Kerry King Signature JCM800 Guitar Amp Head

Marshall 2203KK Kerry King Signature JCM800 Guitar Amp Head

100 watts of insane power and Slayer tone! The all-valve Kerry King Signature JCM800 2203KK is the essence of simplicity--a single-channel tube amp with no reverb or effects. It's ...

Mustang™ Floor by Fender Guitar Amplifiers

Mustang™ Floor by Fender Guitar Amplifiers

Fender introduces its first ever multi-effects unit in the form of the Mustang Floor-a versatile high-performance floor unit that delivers pro-level amp modeling, effects and artis ...

CHARLIE BENANTE Says ANTHRAX Has 'Over 20 Songs' For Next Album

On May 24, Jay Nanda of San Antonio Metal Music Examiner and AXS.com conducted an interview with ANTHRAX drummer Charlie Benante at the River City Rockfest in San Antonio, Texas. You can now watch the chat below. Asked about the progress of the recording sessions for the follow-up to ANTHRAX's 2011's album, "Worship Music", Benante said: "It's a good thing to say that we have so many songs that that's why i ...

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POISON Singer BRET MICHAELS Buys Home In Westlake Village, California For $3.49 Million

According to the Los Angeles Times, POISON singer Bret Michaels has purchased a home in Westlake Village, California for $3.49 million. The 2.6-acre property, which was built in 1989, includes a two-story 6,683-square-foot house with six bedrooms and six bathrooms, plus a powder room. There are also a library/office, a family room wet bar with a temperature-controlled wine wall; a gym; as well as a swimming ...

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Daredevil Pedals Atomic Cock

Daredevil Pedals’ Atomic Cock Price: $150 (list) Info: www.daredevilpedals.com. Despite the many clever take-aways one could derive from its name, the Atomic Cock is “just” an effects box offered by Daredevil Pedals. A variable fixed wah with adjustable gain, it offers more tonal options (more…) ...

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The Mesa/Boogie Mark IIC+

Preamp tubes: four 7025 (12AX7 types) Preamp tubes: five 12AX7. Output tubes: two 6L6, two EL34. Rectifier: solid state Controls: Volume 1, Treble, Bass, Middle, Master 1, Lead Drive, Lead Master, five-band graphic EQ; Presence and Reverb on back panel. Speaker: EVM 12L Output: approximately 80 watts RMS SimulClass, switchable down to 15 watts Class […] ...

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Jay Jay French and Eddie Ojeda

Step back with us, please, to 1984; Paul McCartney gets dinged for possession of cannibis in Barbados, Carl Lewis collects four Olympic gold medals, Geraldine Ferraro becomes the first woman to receive a major-party nomination for Vice President, and late that spring, glam-rockers Twisted Sister released their watershed album, Stay Hungry. The band had been […] ...

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Review: Born Cages – I’m Glad I’m Not Me

N.Y.C.-based Born Cages’s LP is valiant, if not particularly groundbreaking. The band shines on standout track “Caiti” where self-referencing lyrics from frontman Vlad Holiday (“I’ve been putting off writing you a song, when I met you I wanted to start a band. I wrote that melody to get that big advance from the record company”) blend nicely with the musicians’ synthesizer-heavy modern-rock sound. It’s a ra ...

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Review: Born Cages – I’m Glad I’m Not Me

N.Y.C.-based Born Cages’s LP is valiant, if not particularly groundbreaking. The band shines on standout track “Caiti” where self-referencing lyrics from frontman Vlad Holiday (“I’ve been putting off writing you a song, when I met you I wanted to start a band. I wrote that melody to get that big advance from the record company”) blend nicely with the musicians’ synthesizer-heavy modern-rock sound. It’s a ra ...

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Santa Cruz Tour Diary, Part 1

As Santa Cruz are touring the U.S. in support of their recently released self-titled album (available via Spinefarm Records), the band will be blogging about their experiences for Revolver. For more on Santa Cruz, follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Entry by Archie Cruz. It’s May 9, 2015, Helsinki Airport. Ready to get our asses on the plane for our first full-on US tour. So rad! We got the bass master Mid ...

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Santa Cruz Tour Diary, Part 1

As Santa Cruz are touring the U.S. in support of their recently released self-titled album (available via Spinefarm Records), the band will be blogging about their experiences for Revolver. For more on Santa Cruz, follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Entry by Archie Cruz. It’s May 9, 2015, Helsinki Airport. Ready to get our asses on the plane for our first full-on US tour. So rad! We got the bass master Mid ...

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