The Guitar World gang visited the Ernie Ball Music Man booth at the 2014 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. Below, check out a video that shows off and explains the finer details of the company's new John Petrucci Majesty model.
Aluminum Bronze strings give acoustic players a new and improved voice that hasn't been previously available. We really think players are going to respond to the gain in projection, clarity and note separation.
Late last week, Sterling Ball of Music Man posted the following blurb on the Ernie Ball Music Man forum. In it, he unofficially introduces the Ernie Ball Music Man Majesty, which bears the signature of Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci.
Growing up as a Nineties kid, I remember Tim Allen’s character on Home Improvement being obsessed with giving his power tools one thing—more power! Ernie Ball did just that when it revamped its popular Power Peg String Winder and created the Power Peg Pro. If you’re unfamiliar with the product, it's a battery-powered string winder built into a compact drill.
If you want to improve your guitar’s tone, the best place to start is at the source—the strings. In recent years, almost every major string manufacturer has made enhancements to its products—from more precise windings to advanced coatings—that can make your guitar play and sound like an entirely new instrument. Here are six recent product breakthroughs worth checking out.
Guitar Center introduced the Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Collection Tuesday morning at its 14th Street location in New York City. The limited-edition collection features five Clapton tribute, replica and signature guitars, all of which will be available in North America exclusively at Guitar Center stores and at GuitarCenter.com starting March 21.