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| Jimi Hendrix Guitar Sold At Auction...|
The first guitar ever torched on-stage by Jimi Hendrix has been sold at an auction in East London for £280,000.
Yamaha Artists News - September/ October 2008
As the festival season ends the touring season begins and Yamaha has lots of artists out on the road and coming to a venue near you. This along with a couple of choice album releases makes October a very tasty month!
Serj Tankian rocks the London Forum with Ashdown and Lodestone Guitars.
Serj Tankian(System Of a Down's Eclectic Frontman) played a rocking show at the London Forum last night...check out his gear.
Coming Soon! The Edge, Jimmy Page and Jack White Starring In A Guitar-Themed Film!
The forthcoming documentary film, “It Might Get Loud,” is generating considerable buzz among music fans and guitar players. First screened in May at the Cannes Film Festival, the movie officially premieres this September at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Fender Billy Corgan Interview
The alt-rock founding father on his smashing new signature Stratocaster® guitar …
Led Zeppelin Reunion: Are They Really Working On New Material?
For the thousands of guitarists who worship Led Zeppelin and were inspired by Jimmy Page, this could be awesome news...
Jimmy Page Rocks The Beijing Olympics Closing Ceremony!
Forget Led Zeppelin's O2 gig last year...this was probably Jimmy Page's biggest gig ever!
The Magnificent Seven - The Original Guitar Heroes!
Inspired by our recent article about Peter Green...we decided to look for the original 1967 article that highlighted the original Guitar Heroes of the Swingin' London...here it is!
Peter Green: The Greatest Forgotten Guitar Hero.
One day, in the late 60s, a weekly music paper coined the term "guitar hero" and, amongst the handful of players deemed worthy the accolade (Hendrix, Clapton, Page...) there was Peter Green, who never achieved the same level of fame of those other guitarists...
The Sound Of Danger Mouse
Danger Mouse is one of the most creative minds in the music industry right now: He's half of Gnarls Barkley and produced their hit albums St. Elsewhere and The Odd Couple. He produced the second Gorillaz album, 2005's Demon Days, as well as Beck's 2008 record, Modern Guilt. He has been nominated for a Grammy Award in the Producer of the Year category and mashed up Jay-Z and The Beatles...and even made music for Cartoon Network! Find out more about him, here.
The return of My Bloody Valentine - And How To Sound Like Them
Legendary shoegaze band My Bloody Valentine have returned and their revolutionary and NOISY sound continues to inspire...read more!
Brian May Hits Out ITV
Queen guitarist Brian May has hit out a British TV network for not broadcasting the group's performance at Nelson Mandela's recent 90th birthday concert in London.
The Ting Tings - Chart Toppers With Yamaha Drums And Squier Guitars!
The Ting Tings, who have made it to the coveted No.1 spot in the UK singles with their massive hit 'That's Not My Name' and also reached the No. 1 in the album charts with their debut 'We Started Nothing' album, are set to play all major festivals this Summer, including Glastonbury next weekend...make sure to watch them!
Paul McCartney Signed Vox Amp Auction
VOX amps have been rocking the world for over five decades and have helped define the sound of countless bands through the years, probably the best known and loved being the Beatles. Now we’re giving you the chance to own a genuine and absolutely unique piece of rock history; a VOX AC15 HITV signed by music legend and long-time VOX user, Paul McCartney.
Elvis Costello Q&A
The master pop craftsman talks about his new signature Fender Jazzmaster® guitar and the original it’s based on …
Legendary Guitar: The Saga of Eric Clapton’s Famous Fool SG
Gibson.com tell us the story of Eric Clapton's most legendary guitar...
Remember 27th November - Jimi Hendrix's Birthday!
If he was alive today, Jimi Hendrix, the Greatest Guitarist Of All Time, would be 65 years old. He's long gone, but his influence today is as strong as ever...
Artist Pofile: A Guy Called Gerald
Hauling his studio to the nightclub and bringing DJ aesthetics back into the studio, A Guy Called Gerald has come a long way since debuting on the UK acid house scene in Manchester in the late 1980s. Then it was all cables and silver boxes. Today it's all Reason.
Artist Profile: Soul of Man
Soul of Man use Ableton Live 6 to create their killer Essential Mix which went out this weekend.
Artist Profile: Clay Duncan
One of the most in demand programmers and composers, Clay Duncan has recently contributed his signature sound to crafting edge of your seat moments in such movies such as Déjà vu and The Number 23. But make no mistake, the biggest movie of the summer and possibly the year is finally here, and while Transformers is an amazing visual experience, the music and sound design is just as impressive.
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