Tag Archives: electric guitar
Guitar Shop TV visits the Slash Guitar Auction at Julien’s Auction House in Los Angeles, and previews iconic instruments and other memorabilia (including model Dinosaurs!) from the former Guns n Roses Guitarist’s collection.
According to its website: “the T3 continues Taylor’s quest to expand the range of tones available to the electric player. Inspired by both the T5 and the SolidBody, we’ve taken the classic semi-hollowbody sound and applied our signature Taylor design and tonal touches, blending our high-definition Style 2 pickups… Read More
Brooklyn‘s rock band sensation Robbers On High Street have opened for headliners such as Hot Hot Heat, Cake, Fountains of Wayne and Brendan Benson. Often compared to The Beatles and Elvis Costello, the Robbers’ latest album, Hey There Golden Hair, was released in September. Their Christmas wish list is short and sweet this year, as they’re asking for: “any one of these” Nouveau Series electric guitars from Spalt Instruments.
Check out their music below!
Guitar Shop TV recently traveled to the legendary Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland to speak with VP Todd Mesek, who guided us through a fascinating exhibit on Les Paul, “The Father of the Solid Body Electric Guitar,” who made the sound of rock and roll possible.
Paul is one… Read More
This episode features our exclusive conversation with legendary Texas guitarist, promoter and businessman Jimmy Wallace, founder of the Dallas International Guitar Festival, along with scenes from the red-hot Dallas music scene, including amazing LIVE blues footage from one of the Big D’s coolest clubs “The Bone,” and much more!
The Deep Ellum neighborhood of downtown Dallas, TX has been tied up with music for over 75 years. Originally a center for industry, this then mostly-black part of East Dallas gained nationwide acclaim as a hotspot for Southern Blues in the 1930s. Later, Deep Ellum would become home to artists and musicians from many different styles and backgrounds, including a lively Punk scene in the 1980s. But if you want to recapture the Read More