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 ...

Josh Groban At Guitar Center

Josh Groban joined us at Guitar Center Hollywood to talk about his musical upbringing, motivations, and inspirations. For more exclusive interviews and performances, go to http://www.GuitarCenter.com and be sure to check out and follow Josh Groban at http://www.joshgroban.com ...

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Josh Groban At Guitar Center

Josh Groban joined us at Guitar Center Hollywood to talk about his musical upbringing, motivations, and inspirations. For more exclusive interviews and performances, go to http://www.GuitarCenter.com and be sure to check out and follow Josh Groban at http://www.joshgroban.com ...

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Hunter Hayes At Guitar Center

We caught up with Hunter Hayes in the acoustic room at the Manhattan Guitar Center to talk about his first guitar, his relationship with Martin Guitar, and his musical experiences and aspirations. Be sure to follow Hunter Hayes at http://www.HunterHayes.com and to see more exclusive interviews and performance go to http://www.GuitarCenter.com ...

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Hunter Hayes At Guitar Center

We caught up with Hunter Hayes in the acoustic room at the Manhattan Guitar Center to talk about his first guitar, his relationship with Martin Guitar, and his musical experiences and aspirations. Be sure to follow Hunter Hayes at http://www.HunterHayes.com and to see more exclusive interviews and performance go to http://www.GuitarCenter.com ...

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My Personal Guitar World: A Diverse, Sometimes Sweet, Sometimes Hostile Place

My personal guitar world is populated by a diverse, sometimes sweet, sometimes hostile, band of strong personalities. They scream at me. Weep at me. Play me, sometimes as a fool, sometimes as their tolerated servant. Ernest Hemingway once said, “I belong to this notebook and this pencil.” Now that’s not to say Hemingway was a tool, but at times the line between artist and tool can be bloody-Mary-blurry. The ...

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Bent Out of Shape Show Review: Blackmore's Night Live in Berlin

On August 26, I had the pleasure of seeing Blackmore's Night live in Berlin, Germany. It was my first chance to see guitar legend Ritchie Blackmore in concert, and living on the West Coast, I didn't think I'd ever get the opportunity as Blackmore's Night performs mostly in Europe and, on rare occasions, on the East Coast in the U.S. The 1,600-capacity Admiral Palace theater provided a very intimate setting. ...

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Super-Low Seven-String Tuning: C, F, C, F, A#, D, G — Why? Why the Hell Not?

How much lower can we possibly tune an electric guitar? The first mass-produced seven-string guitar was the Ibanez UV7, which was played by none other than Steve Vai, and later made even more popular by artists such as Korn, Dream Theater, Fear Factory and Meshuggah. The idea initially was to provide an extended high range for the player. Today, especially in the newer wave of heavy metal, it seems to be th ...

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Johnny Winter and Aerosmith's Joe Perry Premiere New Song, "Mojo Hand" — Listen

The late Johnny Winter's star-studded new album, Step Back, will be released Tuesday, September 2 through Megaforce Records. Below, you can hear a song from the new disc, "Mojo Hand," which features a guest appearance by Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry. Check it out below and be sure to tell us what you think of it in the comments or on Facebook! Step Back features collaborations with an impressive list of le ...

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Boss Unveils RC-1 Loop Station Compact Looper Pedal for Guitarists — Demo Video

Boss has announced the RC-1 Loop Station, the new entry-level model in the company’s lineup of dedicated loop recording devices. From the company: Battery-powered and affordable, the RC-1’s straightforward operation makes it easier than ever for guitarists, bassists and other musicians to incorporate the fun of looping into their live performances and practice sessions. For more than a decade, Boss has led ...

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Win a Deluxe-Edition CD Box Set of 'The Breeze,' Eric Clapton's Tribute to J.J. Cale!

Teaser Content:  The album, Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation of J.J. Cale, features 16 Cale songs—from “Call Me the Breeze,” “Starbound” and “Lies” to “Magnolia” “Songbird” and “Crying Eyes”—performed by Clapton and a host of guests, including Mark Knopfler, John Mayer, Willie Nelson, Tom Petty and Don White. Other friends include Albert Lee, Derek Trucks, David Lindley, Doyle Bramhal ...

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