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ZZ Top axe slinger gets a new signature model Les Paul
Gibson Guitars has partnered with legendary ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons to launch the new Billy F Gibbons Goldtop Les Paul. Gibson are referring to the guitar as a “ground up” version of the Les Paul, with Gibbons providing specific input on how to tweak everything from the electronics to actual construction.
The limited edition model sports a maple top, mahogany neck, maple spine, and… Read More
Scorpion Child launches new video with intro from Thin Lizzy‘s Scott Gorham
Austin, TX rockers, Scorpion Child have a released a new video for their song “Kings Highway.” The new animated clip was directed by acclaimed stop-motion animator, Jess Cope, best known for her work in Tim Burton‘s Frankenweenie.
Scorpion Child frontman, Aryn Jonathon Black had this to say about the video:… Read More
The Boss takes a credible pass at AC/DC classic at Perth Arena show
The song was a fitting opener for the final night of Bruce and his band’s three-night stint at… Read More
Guitar Shop TV’s featured artist this month is a true emerging star: country rock singer songwriter Doug Allen
Doug’s latest composition is “Sacramento”… a true love story about an east coast /west coast relationship and also the single off Doug’s latest release from Nashville.
Doug’s rich voice and strong hooks keep getting him noticed by music fans and filmmakers from coast to coast. With two songs off the new CD getting picked up by Major Motion Pictures, he’s off to a pretty good start…
People say this singer/songwriter… Read More
Union Jack themed hollowbody is replica of Noel Gallagher‘s Oasis-era Epiphone
Epiphone Guitars has unveiled their new 2014 lineup. One of the standouts is the Ltd. Edition “Union Jack” Sheraton Outfit, which is a replica of the iconic Epiphone hollowbody wielded by Oasis’ Noel Gallagher during the height of the Britpop era.
The guitar’s release was timed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the… Read More
It’s been 50 years to the day since the Beatles first appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show and set America on fire back in 1964. It’s hard to believe it, but at the time, both rock and roll music and television were perceived as fads that may or may not have lasted.
When the Beatles took to the airwaves on Sullivan that night, it was… Read More