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REVIEW: Ernie Ball Music Man Luke True Gold

Steve Lukather is unquestionably one of the world’s finest guitarists, from his work with Toto to his countless studio sessions and his brilliant solo work. (He’s also a great interview and a hilarious dude). Luke’s guitar requirements are quite demanding and he swears by his Ernie Ball Music... Steve Lukather is unquestionably one of the world’s finest guitarists, from his work with ...

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GuitarTV interview with John Petrucci

Last night Dream Theater played to an almost sold out show at The Nokia Center in Los Angeles, before the gig GuitarTV caught up with John Petrucci to talk about the new album, the gear that he used and guitar players that he has discovered on the internet. Head over to GuitarTV and click on<a target="_blank" rel="nofollow"... Last night Dream Theater played to an almost sold out show ...

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Skolnick & Broderick’s Winter Guitar Retreat

I really wish I lived in the US, although I’m not sure my wife would agree to me forking out a couple of grand for a guitar holiday but I think this one would be well worth it. Alex Skolnick (Testament, The Alex Skolnick Trio) and Chris Broderick (Megadeth) are hosting a 5 day winterContinue... I really wish I lived in the US, although I’m not sure my wife would agree to me forking out a couple ...

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Metallica, you’re on notice

Okay, I’ve had enough. Metallica, you’re on notice. Have you guys heard the Metallica/Lou Reed collaboration? A full song, “The View,” has made it online. And it’s awful. I’m a Metallica fan. I like Lou Reed. Even saw him live once and it was a great gig. I was looking forward to Lulu. But this... Okay, I’ve had enough. Metallica, you’re on notice. Have you gu ...

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Richard Gere talks about his Christie’s Guitar Collection Auction

I had no idea until recently that Richard Gere was such a big guitar collector and he has one of the most incredible collections on the planet… well until he auctions them off at Christie’s that is! In this video Richard Gere talks about the collection, why and how he bought each instrument and... I had no idea until recently that Richard Gere was such a big guitar collector and he has one of th ...

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Seymour Duncan announces the Whole Lotta Humbucker

Seymour Duncan has created a Humbucker called the “Whole Lotta Humbucker” based on the great sounds of the 70′s UK bands and guitar players such as Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck so to pay tribute the “Whole Lotta Humbucker” is only going to be available in the UK. Having said that I’m sure it will<a target="_blank" rel="nofollow"... Seymour Duncan has cr ...

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My Dream Taylor SolidBody Electric, Production Photos

I’ve just received a couple of photos from Taylor Guitars of my new guitar hanging in line after a coat of paint by the looks of it, mine is the Blue guitar. Judging by these pics it can’t be too far from completion!This RSS Feed is the property of GuitarNoize.com if you are reading this on... I’ve just received a couple of photos from Taylor Guitars of my new guitar hanging in line after ...

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INTERVIEW: Machine Head’s Robb Flynn

The Blackening was an unstoppable juggernaut of metal power for Machine Head. Conceived in 2005 and released in 2007, it kept the band on the road for quite literally years. But all good things must come to an end. And so finally, in the year of our lord 2011, Machine Head present Unto The... The Blackening was an unstoppable juggernaut of metal power for Machine Head. Conceived in 2005 and released in 2007 ...

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INTERVIEW: Mastodon’s Bill Kelliher

Mastodon’s Crack The Skye is a hard album to top. Heavy, progressive, psychedelic, multilayered, complex – any concept album that knits together such disparate elements as Rasputin and astral travel has gotta be followed up by something pretty big. Just like Crack The Skye, The Hunter finds... Mastodon’s Crack The Skye is a hard album to top. Heavy, progressive, psychedelic, multilayered, ...

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Neutrino discovery could prove existence of Yngwie Malmsteen

The interwebz is buzzing today with news that CERN may – may – have detected neutrinos travelling at 60 nanoseconds faster than the speed of light. There’s still a lot of testing to be done to verify if this is a real result or if there was some kind of measurement error, but if true... The interwebz is buzzing today with news that CERN may – may – have detected neutrinos trave ...

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