Electro-Harmonix Launches the Operation Overlord Stereo Overdrive/Distortion

EHX introduces the Operation Overlord, a versatile, multi-instrument capable, stereo distortion/overdrive with a broad range of sound options and controls.

Electro-Harmonix Unveils the Blurst Modulated Filter

The Blurst modulates an instrument’s sound like an envelope filter, but instead of the filter’s response being controlled by playing dynamics, it is controlled by an internal oscillator.

Winter NAMM 2017 – Kiesel Guitars Gear Recap

Guitar World stopped by the Kiesel booth to check out some new gear at Winter NAMM 2017.

L.R. Baggs Releases the Synapse Personal PA System

This revolutionary approach to the portable loudspeaker isn’t just visually unique, it will fill a room and impact your audience like no other speaker can.

Electro-Harmonix Introduces the Canyon Delay Looper

Electro-Harmonix introduces the Canyon Delay & Looper pedal featuring ten effects plus a fully featured looper.

Warwick Releases RockBoard Flat Patch Cables

. Thanks to their slim and elegant design (only 7.5 mm high including the flat connector housing) they save a lot of pedalboard real estate.

John McLaughlin Announces Farewell Tour Featuring Jimmy Herring

Photo: Kim Allegrezza/Misty Grove John McLaughlin, one of music’s most influential and prolific guitarists, composers and bandleaders, will begin his farewell U.S. tour November 1, 2017, in Buffalo, New York….

Joe Satriani: “Even Steve Vai Told Me I Shouldn’t Have Written This Solo”

PHOTO: Paul Kane | Getty Images By Christopher Scapelliti Joe Satriani has released 15 studio albums, from 1986’s Not of This Earth to 2015’s Shockwave Supernova. And of all the…

Aleks Sever on Jazz/Funk and Her New Album, ‘Extravagant’

By Damian Fanelli | Photo: Shaun Thomas Aleks Sever is a different kind of guitar player. There’s a soulfulness and commitment in her playing that grabs your attention and holds…

Watch The Beatles Record “Hey Bulldog” in February 1968

By Damian Fanelli and Christopher Scapelliti Even though the Beatles hired a film crew to document the 1969 recording sessions for what would become Let It Be, it’s a bit…