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Now for something really different….Guitar Shop TV stops by the Hammond Organ Company to a preview of their cool new XK3C model, a portable version of the iconic Hammond B3 organ. Perfect for touring and roadwork, this baby is a great companision to every rock and blues guitarist!
The Monkees, The Turtles and More: If you’re a fan of the sounds of the Sixties we’ve got the tour for you this summer. The 2012 Happy Together Tour is a traveling celebration of Sixties nostalgia that’s being co-headlined by Micky Dolenz of the Monkees and Flo & Eddie of the Turtles.… Read More
1966 Gibson EB-0: Good Enough for Jack Bruce, The Jackson Five
So ’66 was a heck of a year for Gibson Bass guitars. They issued five distinct basses that would become relatively popular over the years. Though you won’t find a Gibson Ripper or Gibson Grabber in the 1966 catalog (they weren’t issued until 1973), the company’s full line of instruments included a Thunderbird model and two electric basses with SG-style bodies that would go on to become iconic in their own right—even to this day.
The Crocodile Café has been a mainstay of Seattle’s rock scene since the early ‘90s when it was practically ground zero for the grunge movement that was burgeoning in the city at the time. Classic bands from that era to have graced the Croc’s stage in those days include Pearl Jam, Mudhoney, and of course Nirvana.
The club was temporarily closed in 2007. However following renovations the Crocodile was reopened in 2009 and has been back going strong ever since. These days the venue plays host… Read More
For the longest time the first image that leapt to mind for most people when it came to holograms was that of Princess Leia being beamed from body of the droid R2-D2 in Star Wars. However all that changed earlier this year when a holographic projection of the late rapper Tupac Shakur graced the stage at Coachella.
The holographic hip-hopper caused a sensation on the Internet and could well prove… Read More