Scarlet Page’s highly anticipated limited-edition large-format book, Resonators, which provides unique insight into some of the world’s most respected guitarists from the Sixties through heavy metal and into punk to Britpop, is available now for pre-order exclusively from Red Giant Publishing.
Kiss brought their 40th Anniversary Tour to the First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, Sunday, August 24 — and were greeted by a packed house. They played what amounted to a greatest-hits set that included "Deuce," "Love Gun," "God of Thunder" and more. They also sprinkled in a good portion of non-makeup-era Kiss with "Hide Your Heart" and "Lick It Up."
In early 1990, the editors of Guitar World magazine sat back and painstakingly selected what they considered the top 50 guitar albums of the just-ended Eighties. In the photo gallery below, you can see what they came up with! What were the editors of GW thinking in 1990 when they picked their 50 favorite albums from the Eighties? Anyone's guess. Take a look at the list - in order - below to find out.
Another Summer NAMM Show has come and gone! As always, Guitar World was there in force, shooting photos and videos, gathering endless gear news and trying out (and gawking at) all the new cool stuff being introduced for 2014.
They played a 90-minute set comprising a large chunk of their latest studio album, 9 Dead Alive, along with choice selections from the previous three albums. These included a cover of Metallica's "Orion" that got the crowd off its feet, and Radiohead's "Creep."