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New live DVD chronicles the Stone’s landmark Hyde Park concerts last summer
Just in time for the holidays, the Rolling Stones have released a new live DVD Sweet Summer Sun: Hyde Park Live. The live DVD chronicles the band‘s historic return to Hyde Park this summer for a series of concerts.
The last time the Stones had played Hyde Park was in 1969, mere days on from the death… Read More
Introducing Fender Guitars’ new folding-neck model CD-140S VA and CD-60 VA acoustics
Fender has released a pair of acoustic guitars equipped with hinged necks, allowing them to be folded to facilitate ease of transport during travel. The CD-140S VA and the CD-60 VA both come equipped with Fender’s patented Voyage-Air neck hinge, which makes it possible for the instruments to be folded in half and easily stored in a standard backpack-sized… Read More
The guitar is one of eight handmade red and white instruments that were… Read More
The Sabs are back with the latest official video release off 13
Black Sabbath have chosen a live format for their latest video for the track “Loner,” off their new album 13.
In addition to being helmed by acclaimed producer Rick Rubin, 13 is significant in that it’s the first studio album the band has recorded with original frontman Ozzy Osborne back in the fold since 1978′s Never Say… Read More
Striking hollow body evokes the ’50s and ’60s with a few modern touches
Visually stunning and with few modern features to speak of, the Guild X-175 Manhattan is a hollow bodied beauty with a truly retro character. The guitar boasts a floating bridge and a number of other features that are somewhat surprising to find on a new guitar manufactured in 2013. But the X-175′s… Read More
Seasoned guitarist strikes out on his own with blazing soul-rock sound
By Alex Baker
He’s been labelled as “Greg Allman‘s secret weapon” by Glide Magazine and called “one of the best guitarists in the country” by Billboard. Scott Sharrard is fairly well-known as a lead vocalist and guitarist, who’s played not only with The Allman Brothers, but also the likes of Read More