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New York, NY – October, 2011 -Guitar Shop TV celebrates the genius of Jim Hendrix in its latest Episode, with a series of eye-opening interviews, performances, and articles on one of the greatest guitarists of all time, featuring insights from legendary guitarists Robert Cray and Steve Cropper, Hendrix Producer Andy Johns, renowned Hendrix Recording Engineer Eddie Kramer, and more.
The Hendrix Episode: GSTV celebrates the genius of Jim Hendrix! In Episode Eight, we kick off a series of eye-opening interviews, performances, and articles on one of the greatest guitarists of all time, featuring insights from legendary guitarists Robert Cray and Steve Cropper, renowned Hendrix Recording EngineersAndy Johns and Eddie Kramer, and more. Also in this Episode, pedal steel legend Robert Randolph delivers a red hot LIVE version of the Hendrix classic “Voodoo Child”
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!
Guitar Shop TV sat down recently for an exclusive interview with British blues sensation Matt Schofield, backstage at the Rockwood Music Hall in New York… Schofield is widely regarded as one of the most distinctive and innovative guitarists to have emerged on the world scene for several generations. He is rated in the top ten British blues guitarists of all time (Guitar & Bass Magazine) putting him in the company of such iconic names as… Read More
Joe Carducci, Product Specialist for GRETSCH GUITARS, shows us this amazing Limited Edition instrument and several other cool Gretsches.
Chelsea Guitars owner Dan Courtenay shows Guitar Shop TV the store’s collection of vintage and “affordable” guitars. As he says, “I don’t consider myself a ‘vintage’ guitar dealer; I consider myself a ‘used’ guitar dealer.”