In the 10 years since starting out as a group of high schoolers from Baltimore, All Time Low have released six studio albums and toured constantly. Their latest release, Future Hearts, which came out in April, was their highest-charting album to date, hitting Number 2 on the Billboard charts.
Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde and John 5, along with Mike Portnoy, Billy Sheehan and Derek Sherinian are joining forces to play a benefit concert for guitar and keyboard virtuoso Tony MacAlpine, who was recently diagnosed with colon cancer.
Continuing to build on the wildly successful revival of its guitar tone legacy, Supro USA announces the release of three new combo amps: the 1642RT Titan, 1668RT Jupiter and 1675RT Rhythm Master. All three of these new high-power models are intended for guitarists that crave vintage tone and all-tube reverb, with enough headroom to accommodate effects pedals. All prices shown are street prices.
Orange Amplification has teamed up with Mastodon's Brent Hinds and Killers be Killed’s Juan Montoya in their latest video. When Bobby’s dad decides to spoil his son with a surprise gift under the Christmas tree, he can't begin to guess where Bobby’s dreams will take him.
What, exactly, is a headphone song? The definition changes depending on who you are. For audiophiles, a headphone song—or album—is a work that is so exquisite that it demands you listen to each beautifully recorded note under a sonic microscope. Miles Davis’ "Kind of Blue" fits that bill, the song and the album.
Blues guitarist and noted instructor Andy Aledort pays tribute to the late, great B.B. King in the all-new August 2015 issue of Guitar World. Below, he breaks down the legendary guitarist's 10 greatest guitar moments. Be sure to share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below or on Facebook!
“I never dreamed it would be like that. I was worried that there wouldn't be anybody there by the time we went on because we were last; top of the bill and all that. But once we got on stage it was absolutely fantastic. The crowd just loved it. And it was just so much fun to do because they loved every song, and they sang along with every one of them, louder than me.”