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Guitar Shop TV met with Taylor Guitars at NAMM to check out their redesigned rosewood bodied 700 series to a vintage Americana style with a standard Englemann top and venetian cutaway. In addition to the new look, guitars in the 300 series and above are now also available in a nylon string model. The 200 series budget-friendly guitars have also been made available in a black or sunburst top. Check out the above video for more detail!
GSTV Episode Fouteen: Gear! Including part one of our coverage of the National Association of Music Makers (NAMM) annual convention in Anaheim, California, Agile Partners and their amazing “Amp Kit” modeling technology and a visit with “Dr. Epiphone” Will Jones who showed us some very cool new Epiphone models.
If there’s not a guitar in your hand, then we’re willing to bet that your phone is. Technology is for more than keeping in touch with others now, and is getting pretty nifty with all that it offers. You’d think developers would be running out of the tricks stored up their sleeves, right? Well think again, because there is now an app by Guitar World that will keep you in tune with your phone and guitar at the same time.
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Looking to get in touch with your inner rock star in 2012? Or maybe just kick up your outter coolness a notch? We suggest starting with your wardrobe and looking at the exciting rock and roll inspired clothing line, Andrew Charles.
Andy Hilfiger, musician and life-long clothing enthusiast, has created a cool fashion line that integrates the inspiring sounds of rock n roll with with unique visual designs. Inspiration for the men’s items is drawn from Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler; who continues to make enduring fashion statements throughout… Read More
You can’t always take your guitar with you, so what are you to do when a sudden burst of inspiration or a wave of boredom overcomes you? Break out your handy iPad and open the Progression app! Notion Music has found the next best thing, allowing you to pen your ideas on the spot; well that is, until it becomes socially acceptable to rock out everywhere in public.