...pick up real guitars and start...is it me or did it get hotter in here? Heidi Klum gives Guitar Hero sales a boost.
...Noel Gallagher, it doesn't feel right. But he is spot on when he describes the legend that is Peter Green as THE man, cos Greeny is the greatest with guitar in hand and it's great to see him back.
...yeah, so they say...Steve Vai plays with himself on a demo video for his new signature Ibanez Jemini distortion/overdrive pedal, which is cheaper than some pedals out there.
This week in music history - July 31st to August 6th - with who was born and who died.
...in one. My P.A.S. (Pedal Acquisition Syndrome) reached the funk zone with the addition of a pedal that just screams porn soundtrack oh and some Stevie Wonder.
...I like to take apart my guitar gear, have a good nose around and I'm thinking about making my own pedals and amps but I'd baulk at taking part a two and a half grand model.
...a child of the storm. Whoa, yes with my eBayed EVH Phase 90 nobody rules these streets at night but me, nobody. Ahhhhhh! The Atomic Punk!
...of all time. I'm thinking no from this list that some students have come up with there's far too many missing and too many nonentities included.
..but no stripes for the Satchurator the new Joe Satriani signature distortion pedal from VOX.
...and it's an Eddie Van Halen signature Wah pedal. Is it exactly the first effects pedal you think of with Eddie, phaser, flanger yeah, wah nope.
...the guitar, Vox have added some new twists to a couple of familiar looking guitar shapes to come up with their new Virage range of guitars. And I like 'em.
...I want one too but at $25,000 how many will be buying the replica Eddie Van Halen Frankenstein guitar.
This wek in music history - March 15th to March 21st - with who was born and who died, including Randy Rhoads who died 25 years ago this week and guitar pioneer Leo Fender.
With the Van Halen reunion tour now off Eddie Van Halen is made out to be 'rock star who is somewhere between Axl Rose and Michael Jackson on the music industry scale of eccentric recluses' and the reason behind the failure.
The 'Holy Grail' of guitars Robert Johnson's Gibson L1 is apparently up for sale for a cool $6,000,000.