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In this very cool UK video from “Cream at the Royal Albert Hall” Eric Clapton shows in a interview the sound and use of his psychedelic Gibson SG, his wah, woman tone, and blues skill. In our humble opinion, the combination of the SG and Marshall defined the Clapton sound! We also LOVE the voice of the English narrator…”the electronic guitar is also dismissed as nothing more than a jangling noise machine, etc”…he sounds right out of a 60″s British Sci-Fi film—too much!
We love these guys! Last February’s Artist Showcase winner Jahfe, a crowd-pleasing Miami reggae band that has opened for many of the biggest names in the business including Damian Marley, Steel Pulse, and Toots and the Maytals. Jahfe are an eclectic group, comprised of heavyweight session players and… Read More
In “Producing Led Zeppelin” Guitar Shop TV sits down with legendary record producer Andy Johns (The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, and many other rock legends) In this Part One of our exclusive interview, Andy discusses his work with Jimmy Page and Robert Plant in producing the classic rock album Led Zeppelin IV, including the iconic track “Stairway to Heaven.” An amazing conversation with one of the all-time greats!
Eric Clapton shares his unique background story on the Gibson Harrison-Clapton Lucy Les Paul guitar with some of his most memorable moments. In collaboration with the George Harrison Estate and Eric Clapton, this historical guitar will be limited edition of just 100 guitars worldwide, available in America EXCLUSIVELY through Guitar Center March 21, 2013. guitarcenter.com/clapton
Guitar World Magazine unveils its picks for the top 50 new releases this year, did your favorite make the cut?
By Alex Baker
In the music world at large Adele’s 21 might be garnering all the end-of-the-year acclaim and sales figures. But when it comes to Guitar World Magazine, it didn’t even make it into the top 50.
As you might expect, the axe-mad mag kept its list pretty much on the rock tip with high honors going to classic rock mainstays like Rush, Read More