Below, check out three videos of guitarists who entered the 2013 Jonas Tamas Guitar Competition in Hungary. The Jonas Tamas Guitar Competition, the biggest annual guitar contest in Hungary, is hosted by Hungarian guitarist and recording artist Jonas Tamas, whose latest album was issued by Steve Vai's Digital Nations label.
A thoughtful Black Sabbath fan has posted clips of the band in action December 22 at National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England, and you can check it out below. The two clips, which total 13 minutes, include "Black Sabbath," "Children of the Grave" and other classics.
Metallica have released their entire December 8 Antarctica show as an audio download on their website. The set is available in multiple formats, including mp3, FLAC, Apple Lossless, ALAC-HD and FLAC-HD.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents an exclusive guitar (and bass) play-through video by Close Your Eyes. In the clip, which you can watch below, the band show you how to play "The End," a track off their third studio album, Line In The Sand.
I'm not exactly sure how to describe my take on music in 2013. Did I simply take a year off from listening to new stuff? Did I intentionally focus on old stuff, reissues, box sets and new albums by incredibly old artists? Simple answer ... yeah, that's what I did.
As the Beatles’ camp gets ready to roll out The U.S. Albums box set next month, we thought it was a good time to explore why this new release even exists. Didn’t Apple Corps reissue remastered versions of the group’s catalog just a few years ago? Well, yes. But as it happens, the Beatles’ U.S. catalog is another animal altogether, thanks to the handiwork of Capitol Records, which licensed the British group’s music in the states.
Considered to be one of the most significant product launches in the company’s recent history, the S2 Series of electric guitars offers the fit, finish and attention to detail the world has come to expect from the craftsmen at PRS in a more accessible price point.
Following a set of European shows that begin early in January, a coast-to-coast run picks up on March 20 in Toronto and continues on through the end of April before wrapping up in Guadalajara, Mexico. The tour can also be labeled “An Evening with Dream Theater” because there will be no opening acts.