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GSTV first went live back in 2010, and in the nearly four years since then we’ve aired performances by up and coming indie bands and some of the most legendary icons in rock. One figure who’s managed to grace our digital airwaves on more than one occasion is the Motor-City Madman himself, Mr. Ted Nugent.
One of our favorite times filming Uncle Ted was at the Dallas International Guitar Festival, circa 2011-2012, when he delivered this swaggering, riotous rendition of “Cat Scratch Fever.” As… Read More
Two guitar legends team up for a blistering version of blues classic
Joe Bonamassa and Zakk Wylde, two modern day guitar legends on one stage together at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles belt out this blistering version of the Robert Johnson blues classic “Crossroads.”
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Intriguing new amp series from Blackstar teased in new clip
Although little is revealed in the video, what can be heard of the amp is definitely intriguing.
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For more information, visit Blackstar’s official website.
The Commander in Chief struts her stuff with classical guitarist Thomas Valeur in this viral video sensation
Although it was released only earlier this month, the video dual between classical guitarist Thomas Valeur and the 23-year-old Norwegian metal sensation known as The Commander in Chief, is already one of the viral guitar videos of the year.
In the clip, Valeur is seated and circled by the leather clad Commander who wields a lethal looking Ibanez Falchion 7-string prototype, which she indeed commands with… Read More
Cool new transparent overdrive pedal from EHX
Looking for a cool pedal that will lend your guitar sound a new edge in the coming year?
Housed in a compact, stylish package, the Soul Food utilizes boosted power rails that allow for more headroom and has a tone palette ranging from clean… Read More
New semi-hollow body models inspired by the Black Key’s Dan Auerbach
Founded in 2001, Eastwood is a Canadian guitar maker that creates reproductions of classic Sixties models like… Read More