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The Gibson Hummingbird is one of the most iconic and recognized acoustic guitars in music history. First introduced in 1960, the Hummingbird was Gibson’s first square-shouldered dreadnought acoustic guitar, designed to compete with similar Martin acoustic guitars of the time.
The Hummingbird typically sports a spruce top with mahogany back and sides, as well as a distinctive decorative pick guard, though some vintage models in the early 1960s featured a maple back and sides, and as a result, certain modern special editions will reflect those… Read More
British Rock/Blues sensation Matt Schofield is widely regarded as one of the most distinctive and innovative guitarists to have emerged on the world scene for several generations. Guitar Shop TV recently sat down with Matt in New York for an exclusive interview, that you can view in our “Shop Talk” section this month. Also check out this clip of one of his smokin’ hot performances…
Our exclusive conversation with STEVE CROPPER: legendary guitarist, composer, and producer, who talks Memphis, Stax Records, meeting Hendrix, his latest CD “Dedicated” and much more. ALSO Joe Carducci, Product Specialist for GRETSCH GUITARS, shows us the amazing Limited Edition GEORGE HARRISON “Tribute” Duo Jet and several other cool Gretsches.
On Tracy Lane, or OTL, are Guitar Shop TV’s Artist Showcase winners of the month! OTL was started in 2003 in LA by singer/songwriter Darryn Yates. With the addition of guitarist Jerry McFarland in 2005, rhythm guitarist Jeremy Johnson and drummer Sean Roche in 2010, and newest addition, James Reed on bass, OTL is bigger and better than ever!
After 1.5 million online plays, 200,000+ fans from all over the world, and countless tours across the country, OTL have proved that they are here… Read More
You be the judge.
We’ll play it safe and imagine your vote was cast for rock ‘n’ roll. If it was, maybe you should salute those about to rock by grabbing a pair of Von Zipper sunglasses of your own.
According to Von Zipper, the… Read More