Monday, 27 February 2006
CEO's plans for Gibson Guitar go way beyond strings and pegs: interview with Gibson's Henry Juszkiewicz.
Fender Jaguar Bass: I'm amazed they hadn't thought of this before. There's also a Jaguar Bass VI model.
Thursday, 23 February 2006
The other kind of guitar music: I don't see the need for the segragation, personally.
Guitar and Bass Unite, Eat your heart out Dr Frankenstein!: so it says here. However, it's just another variation on the "tap guitar" concept, and nothing new at all really.
Wednesday, 22 February 2006
Kurt Cobain's guitar goes up for auction: the only known example of a Mark V style Mosrite Gospel model, allegedly.
Slash auctions guitar to aid tsunami victims: The guitar legend has put a signed Cherry Blossom Gibson Les Paul Standard up for sale on Ebay. Bids for the item are already exceeding £5,000 with more than four days to go.
Monday, 20 February 2006
Friday, 17 February 2006
AC/DC guitarist Angus Young to make cameo appearance in upcoming football film: well, you know how he likes wearing shorts. (Sorry, it must be a slow news day in the world of guitars.)
Thursday, 16 February 2006
Gibson Custom Shop Introduces The Vintage Original Spec Series: the headline says it all. No doubt they won't come cheap!
Thursday, 9 February 2006
Cream plan further reunion dates: Legendary rock trio Cream are to reunite again for a handful of city concerts, according to bassist and singer Jack Bruce.
Michael Kelly Introduces Patriot Vintage Electric Guitar: a more affordable Les Paul alternative.
Art Guitar - The ultimate fusion of music, art and technology: any photograph, artwork or digital image can be recreated in limited edition onto virtually any guitar body. The image is actually a painted layer permanently applied to the front or back of the guitar.
Wednesday, 8 February 2006
Valentine's Day Gifts for Musicians and Music-Lovers - Daisy Rock Guitars: well, there's a new marketing angle for their Heartbreaker series!
Kiefer Sutherland talks music and guitars: the star of 24 is a guitar aficionado and collects vintage Gibsons.
Wednesday, 1 February 2006
Six String Sonics: Ah, those wacky Japanese! Don't you just love them? Why have one six string guitar when you can have six people each playing a one-stringed guitar? Add to that a giant two-man bass guitar and then get all the musicians to perform on a great big climbing frame! Check out the video!
(photo by Naonori Kohira)
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