...Oh, no, no, ah! David lee Roth introduces Van Halen's acoustic cover of the classic Kinks' track from their Downtown Sessions.
...or should that be two? A couple pieces of rock and or roll history up for sale on teh interweb this last week. Eddie Van Halen's 1982 Kramer Frankenstrat and Steve Vai's Marshall amplifier.
...picks. As Eric Johnson and Joe Bonamassa attest to the Dunlop Jazz III pick is one of the greats and it's the pick I've used the most in my guitar playing days by a long distance.
This week in music history - September 22nd to September 28th - with who was born and who died.
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This week in music history - March 24th to March 30th - with who was born and who died.
...Cry Baby Wah. A documentary about possibly the most famous and maybe even widely used and owned guitar effects pedal the Cry Baby Wah.
This week in music history - March 10th to March 16th - with who was born and who died.
This week in music history - June 24th to June 30th - with who was born and who died.
This week in music history - from March 11th to March 17th - with who was born and who died.
...Chickenfoot. In these days of economic depression the world needs a band that can just out and out rock and that band is Chickenfoot. Though Joe Satriani prefers a new amp for that Foot sound.
...searches again. But are you people searching for Eddie's chubby little son or is it to do with the new Fender version of the EVH Wolfgang guitar?
...No, but my dad does. He can't even sit on the toilet some days. Check out Shitbagz Diamond Dave edition Assteroidz v1.0 and Van Halen by Microsoft.
...not even the brown ones. Van Halen seemed to have dropped that little clause from their tour rider, now they just require plenty of space and trash cans oh and some cheap bottles of wine for Eddie.
...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!