Super-Vee, manufacturer of tremolo bridges and accessories, announced today that the patented Blade technology found in its current line of tremolo bridges has been redesigned to improve all facets of performance.
Last night, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay paid $335,500 for a controversial guitar, Les Paul's very own 1954 Les Paul Custom "Black Beauty." According to The New York Times, Irsay's guitar curator, Christopher McKinney, placed the bid at the February 19 auction, which took place at Guernsey's in New York City.
Jack White has premiered an interactive music video of sorts for his latest single, "That Black Bat Licorice." The video, which features a pseudo-choose-your-own-adventure experience, presents three different videos in one; each can be viewed at any time, depending on the keys you do or don't press (the 3 and B keys will come in handy).
“This is my new paper route!” Wylde tells Guitar World in the upcoming April 2015 issue. And while the notion of the mammoth metal guitar legend slinging newspapers from the back of a 10-speed bike offers up an intriguing visual, the reality is that Wylde is announcing a very different type of business venture: Wylde Audio.
Guitarist and YouTube dude Jared Dines, perhaps inspired by the runaway success of his earlier video, "10 Ways to Hold a Guitar (for Beginners)," has created a followup video—"10 Ways to Hold a Guitar (for Advanced)."
It’s probably not a coincidence that effects such as wah pedals and fuzz boxes started appearing en masse about the same time that recreational drugs like marijuana and LSD became popular with rock musicians.