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 ...

Converge Premiere Music Video, “Precipice / All We Love We Leave Behind”

Converge has premiered a new music video for “Precipice / All We Love We Leave Behind.” Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments! To coincide with this release, Converge is offering an apparel design featuring visuals from the video. The design is available through the Converge online store and 100% of the proceeds will go to the Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, Massachusetts. The ...

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Photos: Rockers Against Trafficking Benefit Show

On April 11 at Paladino’s in Tarzana, California, photographer Kevin Estrada hosted Rockers Against Trafficking. Several guests performed including Fear Factory’s Burton C. Bell, Megadeth shredder Chris Broderick, ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo, and more. Revolver‘s own Stephanie Cabral was on hand to catch all the action. Check out the photos she captured for us below–you can also follow her on Twitter an ...

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Monster Energy’s Carolina Rebellion Announces Band Performance Times and Campground Party Details

Monster Energy’s Carolina Rebellion has announced band performance times for the mid-Atlantic’s biggest rock festival, which proudly returns to Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina May 3 and 4. The massive weekend festival lineup includes Avenged Sevenfold and Kid Rock, along with Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch and many more. The festival has also announced detai ...

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Laying down BASS & VOCAL TRACKS : Makin’ Music w Peter J. Cruz continues!

https://www.youtube.com/user/PeterJCruzMusic Enjoy this UNEDITED, UNFINISHED, UNMASTERED take of BASS & VOCAL tracks that I’m sending over to Peter for mastering. Please subscribe to Peter’s YouTube Channel to stay up to date on the magic he’s working at his end! https://www.youtube.com/user/PeterJCruzMusic ALL THINGS TTK: ENJOY! FACEBOOK (behind the scenes stuff)https://www.facebook.com/thetoneking TWI ...

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Unknown 1960s four-pickup leftie guitar – Can anyone help identify?

guitarz.blogspot.com: This 1960s four-pickup leftie solidbody guitar looks in need of a little TLC and a renovation! But what is it? Does anyone out there recognise it? My thinking is that it is probably Japanese, but I'm going mainly by the headstock shape which does seem strangely familiar. The finish on the front of the guitar and the face of the headstock has been stripped. I'm wondering if it may have ...

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Unknown 1960s four-pickup leftie guitar – Can anyone help identify?

guitarz.blogspot.com: This 1960s four-pickup leftie solidbody guitar looks in need of a little TLC and a renovation! But what is it? Does anyone out there recognise it? My thinking is that it is probably Japanese, but I'm going mainly by the headstock shape which does seem strangely familiar. The finish on the front of the guitar and the face of the headstock has been stripped. I'm wondering if it may have ...

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How to add distortion to your drums

Read more about How to add distortion to your drums at MusicRadar.com Get real, edgy, biting grit into your drum sound with a little touch of deliberate distortion. We show you how to get creative, while avoiding overload...Not so long ago the words 'distortion' and 'electric guitar' were inseparable. Now, while it's true that guitarists still rely on a range of distortion treatments to form many popular so ...

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Exclusive: Steve Howe Video Lesson

In the following video, legendary Yes guitarist Steve Howe shows you how to play the key riffs to several Yes classics, including "Starship Trooper," "Siberian Khatru" and "Mood for a Day." Howe recently stopped by Guitar World HQ once again, this time to answer readers' questions. To find out more about his vintage guitar collection, the first song he learned to play and much more, head here. Yes released ...

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Clean Water Charities Benefit from Limited Edition GS Mini Acoustic Guitar

Trees rescued in mine remediation efforts in Washington are being given new life as limited edition acoustic guitars. A percentage of proceeds from Holden Village Taylor GS Mini sales will benefit clean water projects in Central America under the direction of two water organizations; Living Waters for the World and El Porvenir. In order to clean up the water supply near an old mine in Washington, century-ol ...

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Banjo Boom: Beautiful or Bold, These Banjos Rule

Recently I took a little road trip to visit the Museaum of Making Music, or MOMM in Carlsbad, CA. It was chock full of cool historic gear and some fun interactive surprises. But what really caught my eye was the special banjo exhibit: The Banjo: A New Day for An Old Instrument. The idea that banjo is coming into its own has been simmering in the back of my brain, and this just confirms it. Ranging from simp ...

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