The H9 Core delivers the sounds of Eventide’s H910 and H949 harmonizers, the prized studio processors used on stage by Frank Zappa, Jimmy Page and Eddie Van Halen. All of Eventide’s stompbox effects, including new H9 exclusives, UltraTap Delay and Resonator, can be added to H9 Core.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of a new lyric video by Sebastian Bach. The track, "Taking Back Tomorrow," is from Bach's new album, Give 'Em Hell, which will be released April 22 via Frontiers Records.
The run winds up in bar 5 with some unbroken alternate picking as I ascend the D Phrygian-dominant mode across the top four strings, leading to a high D note at the 10th fret, which I shake then slide down from. Notice that I add a couple of chromatic passing tones on the top two strings during this final ascent.
This past Saturday, April 12, Megadeth's Dave Mustaine performed "Symphony Interrupted" with the San Diego Symphony at San Diego's Copley Symphony Hall. You can check out a bit of fan-filmed video below.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd has released the electronic press kit (also known as a video) in advance of his new studio album, Goin' Home, which will be released May 19 via Concord Records. You can check it out below.
The Old 97's will release their new album, Most Messed Up, April 29 via ATO. The album, which was recorded in Austin and produced by Salim Nourallah, features guest appearances by Tommy Stinson (the Replacements, Guns N' Roses) and Jon Rauhouse (Neko Case) on lap steel.
As we've reported, all four original members of Kiss were on hand last night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, when the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But that was only one of the highlights of the night.
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The guys in Steel Panther have released yet another NSFW music video. This time, it's for a track called “Gloryhole.” The song is from the band's new album, All You Can Eat, which was released earlier this month.