They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so when I saw this photo on Facebook today I thought I could totally imagine Eddie Van Halen shredding on one of these guitars. I asked one of our sales guys, Rob Ivey, "Who could you see playing one of these guitars"?
Mark Tremonti is finding that something that was supposed to be fun and show his growth is turning into something more than he ever imagined. The Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist tells Guitar International that the early response to his ‘All I Was‘ solo album has gone beyond his wildest dreams.
You may not know the name Jocelyn Pelichet, but I'm sure you will recognize most all of the songs he plays in this video...unless maybe you were born after 1999.
Considering this is an ode to early '90s rock, it's only right that this video start off with Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit.' Follow along with the subtitles or try to just listen in and see how many you can recognize. I nailed about
The gTar is a fully digital guitar that shows you how to play songs via an array of interactive LEDs along the fretboard. To do this, you must first dock your iPhone in the guitar’s body and load up the FREE gTar app, which comes with an extensive library of songs that’s growing every day.
If you want to shred like Zakk Wylde, well, keep practicing! However, if you want to look like Zakk Wylde while you play guitar, now you can. Gibson recently revealed their Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Vertigo.
Up until now, if you wanted to play a guitar with Zakk Wylde‘s signature bullseye graphic on it, your only choices were to either buy an Epiphone or paint the logo on your own instrument. If neither of those choices appeal to you, good news: Zakk has teamed up with Gibson to create the axe known as the Zakk Wylde Les Paul Custom Vertigo.