News http://www.guitarworld.com/taxonomy/term/4/all en A Camp with Bite: The Winery Dogs' First-Ever Dog Camp — Review http://www.guitarworld.com/camp-bite-winery-dogs-first-ever-dog-camp-review <!--paging_filter--><p>Every year, Full Moon Resort, a cozy plot of land in Big Indian, New York, hosts a series of Music Masters Camps. </p> <p>Music Masters Camps offer attendees the chance to get hands-on learning experience from a host of musical greats, including Paul Gilbert and Dweezil Zappa — and to meet and play with like-minded musicians from around the globe. </p> <p>Last week, the Winery Dogs — guitarist Richie Kotzen, bassist Billy Sheehan and drummer Mike Portnoy — hosted their first-ever Dog Camp, and I was fortunate enough to attend. </p> <p>Monday, July 21, also known as arrival day, featured an open bar (which ceased to be an open bar sooner than my bassist, James, and I would have preferred). There was an opportunity to chat with some of the other campers, plus a Q&amp;A/meet-and-greet with the band and counselors. </p> <p>Counselors (beyond members of the Winery Dogs) included John Moyer of Disturbed/Adrenaline Mob fame, Dylan Wilson and Mike Bennett (bass and drums for Richie Kotzen’s solo band, respectively) and Dave Wood, an accomplished jazz guitarist. Afterwards, we ate an excellent dinner and headed to a building called the Roadhouse to watch an intimate performance by the Winery Dogs.</p> <p>Day 2 began with Richie’s clinic. He discussed everything from his fingerstyle technique to his vocals and songwriting approach. This was followed by Dave Wood’s clinic, “Jazz Funk Guitar 101," during which he spoke about improv, interesting scale tones, mixing records and one of my favorite moments of the Camp: networking and being kind to your fellow musician. We had lunch, followed by visits to what were called “Discovery Rooms,” select classes with various counselors that took place in different locations all over the campgrounds. Since they took place simultaneously, they provided a much more one-on-one atmosphere. </p> <p>The first day of Discovery Rooms, James and I made our way to Billy Sheehan’s tent. He answered questions tirelessly, let campers play his bass, gave James some great exercises for his right hand and jammed with everyone and anyone for about two and a half hours. I can only imagine he was exhausted, but that didn’t stop him from talking to whoever approached him, even after the event was over. Afterwards, we made our way to dinner and then the Roadhouse, this time for a powerhouse performance by Richie’s solo band.</p> <p>Day 3 kicked off with Mike Bennett’s class, “Demystifying Drumming." After giving a wonderful description of his own back story and development, he gave useful advice on odd time signatures, playing styles, dynamics and his approach to playing musically. </p> <p>Billy’s class followed shortly. Again, he answered questions and discussed his rig, signal chain and playing. We had lunch, and then it was time once again for Discovery Rooms. This time, James went to Dylan Wilson and Dave Wood’s room, and I went to Richie’s. </p> <p>Richie answered a variety of questions and then pulled players up individually to work on whatever they felt was weakest in their playing. He gave me some killer exercises for utilizing odd passing tones and a few licks to put them in a musical context. Meanwhile, in Dylan and Dave’s room, Dave Wood took the time to write out a chart and explain its practical application to help James in his quest to utilize more “outside” tones. After dinner, Bennett, Wilson and Wood performed as a jazz trio, one of the highlights of the week. </p> <p>Day 4, the last full day, opened with John Moyer’s clinic, “Live Performance Do’s and Don’ts.” He discussed everything from being on time to connecting with your audience to utilizing a proper power stance. This was followed by Dylan Wilson’s clinic, “Bass for Hire,” where he discussed pocket playing, learning material, choosing proper attire/sound for a gig and networking. </p> <p>Later that night, the Winery Dogs played a killer set at the Roadhouse. Afterwards, everyone grabbed drinks together and Billy DJ’d a set of old bootlegs, deep cuts and rare recordings, all while telling amazing stories about the material, his early years and everything else you could imagine. </p> <p>Overall, it was a tremendously unique experience. If they choose to do it again next year, I’ll see you there, campers!</p> <fieldset class="fieldgroup group-additional-content"><legend>Additional Content</legend><div class="field field-type-nodereference field-field-related-artist"> <div class="field-label"><p><strong>Related Artist:</strong>&nbsp;<p></div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/billy-sheehan">Billy Sheehan</a> </div> <div class="field-item even"> <a href="/richie-kotzen">Richie Kotzen</a> </div> </div> </div> </fieldset> http://www.guitarworld.com/camp-bite-winery-dogs-first-ever-dog-camp-review#comments Billy Sheehan Mike Portnoy Richie Kotzen The Winery Dogs Blogs News Tue, 29 Jul 2014 18:37:30 +0000 Nick Vallese http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21983 Joy Premiere New Song, "Driving Me Insane" — Exclusive http://www.guitarworld.com/joy-premiere-new-song-driving-me-insane-exclusive <!--paging_filter--><p>Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of "Driving Me Insane," a new track by Southern California psychedelic savages Joy.</p> <p>The band's new album, <em>Under the Spell of Joy,</em> will be released August 19 via Tee Pee Records.</p> <p><em>Under the Spell of Joy</em> is the follow-up to the band's 2012 self-titled debut and was recorded and mixed by ASTRA guitarist Brian Ellis. It features eight smoldering songs that suck the listener into a a surging sea of searing solos and psychedelic swagger.</p> <p>Joy features Zach Oakley (guitar), Paul Morrone (drums) and Justin Hulson (bass). To keep track of the band, follow them on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/JOY/121824034518659">Facebook.</a></p> <p><iframe width="100%" height="450" scrolling="no" frameborder="no" src="https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/160683673%3Fsecret_token%3Ds-hlbxx&amp;auto_play=false&amp;hide_related=false&amp;show_comments=true&amp;show_user=true&amp;show_reposts=false&amp;visual=true"></iframe>​</p> http://www.guitarworld.com/joy-premiere-new-song-driving-me-insane-exclusive#comments Joy News Tue, 29 Jul 2014 17:58:54 +0000 Damian Fanelli http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21982 Sterling by Music Man at 2014 Summer NAMM: Steve Lukather Signature, Ray34 Bass, Ray35 Classic Active Bass and More — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/sterling-music-man-2014-summer-namm-steve-lukather-signature-lk100d-ray34-bass-ray35-classic-active-more-video <!--paging_filter--><p>As always, several members of the <em>Guitar World</em> crew were on hand at the 2014 Summer NAMM Show in lovely and talented Nashville, Tennessee, taking pics, getting the latest gear news and shooting plenty of videos.</p> <p>We had a chance to visit the Sterling By Music Man booth while we were at the show. The highlights of our visit are chronicled in the video below.</p> <p>In the clip, we get an exclusive look at many of Sterling's signature models, such as the Steve Lukather Signature LK100D, the Ray34 bass, the Ray35 Classic Active bass and more!</p> <p>Take a look and tell us what you think in the comments below or on Facebook. And while you're at it, be sure to check out our massive <a href="http://www.guitarworld.com/2014-summer-namm-show-photos-gear-galore-nashville">2014 Summer NAMM photo gallery.</a></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/7fvkgangfUs" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/sterling-music-man-2014-summer-namm-steve-lukather-signature-lk100d-ray34-bass-ray35-classic-active-more-video#comments Sterling by Music Man Steve Lukather Summer NAMM 2014 Videos Bass Guitars Electric Guitars News Gear Tue, 29 Jul 2014 17:14:01 +0000 Guitar World Staff http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21981 Led Zeppelin Announce 'Led Zeppelin IV' and 'Houses of the Holy' Reissue Details http://www.guitarworld.com/led-zeppelin-announce-led-zeppelin-iv-and-houses-holy-reissue-details <!--paging_filter--><p>Led Zeppelin have announced deluxe reissues of 1971's <em>Led Zeppelin IV</em> and 1973's <em>Houses of the Holy</em>. </p> <p>The two reissues are due for an October 28 release, and, like the reissues of the band's first three LP's, each album will include a remastered copy of the original album, with a second disc of previously unreleased music culled from the band members' vaults. </p> <p>Each release will also be available as a single album, a single vinyl LP, a deluxe double-LP, digital download and a super deluxe box set that features the CDs, LPs, a download card, an 80-page hardbound book with previously unseen photos and memorabilia and a high-quality print of the album cover.</p> <p>Here are the track listings for the deluxe editions' companion audio discs (the songs remain the same on the original LPs):</p> <p><strong><em>Led Zeppelin IV</em> (Companion Audio)</strong></p> <p>01. "Black Dog," Basic Track With Guitar Overdubs<br /> 02. "Rock and Roll," Alternate Mix<br /> 03. "The Battle of Evermore," Mandolin/Guitar Mix From Headley Grange<br /> 04. "Stairway to Heaven," Sunset Sound Mix<br /> 05. "Misty Mountain Hop," Alternate Mix<br /> 06. "Four Sticks," Alternate Mix<br /> 07. "Going to California," Mandolin/Guitar Mix<br /> 08. "When the Levee Breaks," Alternate U.K. Mix</p> <p><strong><em>Houses of the Holy</em> (Companion Audio)</strong></p> <p>01. "The Song Remains The Same," Guitar Overdub Reference Mix<br /> 02. "The Rain Song," Mix Minus Piano<br /> 03. "Over the Hills And Far Away," Guitar Mix Backing Track<br /> 04. "The Crunge," Rough Mix - Keys Up<br /> 05. "Dancing Days," Rough Mix With Vocal<br /> 06. "No Quarter," Rough Mix With JPJ Keyboard Overdubs - No Vocal<br /> 07. "The Ocean," Working Mix</p> <fieldset class="fieldgroup group-additional-content"><legend>Additional Content</legend><div class="field field-type-nodereference field-field-related-artist"> <div class="field-label"><p><strong>Related Artist:</strong>&nbsp;<p></div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/led-zeppelin">Led Zeppelin</a> </div> </div> </div> </fieldset> http://www.guitarworld.com/led-zeppelin-announce-led-zeppelin-iv-and-houses-holy-reissue-details#comments Led Zeppelin News Tue, 29 Jul 2014 17:10:08 +0000 Jackson Maxwell http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21975 Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee of Rush Choose 22 Songs That Inspired Them Most http://www.guitarworld.com/60-minutes-alex-lifeson-and-geddy-lee-rush <!--paging_filter--><p>In this interview from 2009, Rush’s guitarist — Alex Lifeson — and bassist — Geddy Lee — choose 60 minutes' worth of the music that is closest to their hearts, essentially putting together the ultimate Rush-approved "mixed tape."</p> <p><strong>ALEX LIFESON:</strong></p> <p><strong>“SINK THE BISMARCK”</strong> Johnny Horton, <em>Greatest Hits</em> (1990)</p> <p>I fell in love with music because of this song. It was the first single I bought. I was around 11 years old, which was about a year before I started playing guitar. </p> <p>It’s a song about the Bismarck, a German battleship that sunk during World War II. It’s a very thematic, rousing song. I think I mowed two lawns or something to make enough money to buy it.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/KecIdlEAKhU" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH” </strong> Buffalo Springfield, <em>Buffalo Springfield</em> (1966)</p> <p>This was the first rock song that had a big influence on me. I remember hearing it on the radio in my dad’s car when I was a kid. Buffalo Springfield were unlike the other bands of the ‘San Francisco sound’; they were more country sounding. Stephen Stills and Neil Young trade leads on this one. </p> <p>I like Young’s very fast vibrato and edgy, truncated playing style, particularly on his soloing, whereas Stills’ sound is sweeter and smoother. This is still one of my all-time favorite songs. In fact, Rush did a version of it on our covers tribute EP, <em>Feedback</em>.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/DIoKr9VDg3A" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“SHAPES OF THINGS” </strong> Jeff Beck, <em>Truth</em> (1968)</p> <p>This is another song we covered on <em>Feedback</em>. Jeff Beck has a tone like no one else, maybe because he doesn’t play with a pick very much. He also has a very strong left hand and can move the strings almost effortlessly. </p> <p>He’s still cranking it out today, but he doesn’t put out albums as often as I’d like; he works only when he feels like it. Before <em>Truth</em>, Beck was an integral part of the Yardbirds, and their recording of this song is great. But this version, with Rod Stewart’s voice on top, adds a whole new element to the song. </p> <p>It sounds tougher, bigger and beefier.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/0pzMjZSchFg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“MY GENERATION” </strong> The Who, <em>The Who Sings My Generation</em> (1965)</p> <p>Pete Townshend is one of my greatest influences. More than any other guitarist, he taught me how to play rhythm guitar and demonstrated its importance, particularly in a three-piece band. </p> <p>His chording and strumming always took up the right amount of space. The first time I heard this song was in the basement of Rush’s original drummer, John Rutsey. John had two older brothers, both of whom were music fiends, and they always had whatever new album had just come out.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/uswXI4fDYrM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“ARE YOU EXPERIENCED” </strong> Jimi Hendrix, <em>Are You Experienced</em> (1967)</p> <p>This was another record I heard for the first time at Rutsey’s place. What attracts me to this song is all the backward stuff. It sounds so alien but so right and perfect. </p> <p>Hendrix was a natural genius who played many beautiful styles. Talent as great as his doesn’t come through life very frequently. Hendrix was one in a billion.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/k66ED403Al8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong> “ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER” </strong> Jimi Hendrix, <em>Electric Ladyland</em> (1968)</p> <p>This is one of the most beautiful songs and arrangements ever recorded. Hendrix took a Bob Dylan folk song and turned it into a symphony. The acoustic guitar on this song [<em>played by Dave Mason</em>] has such beautiful compression. </p> <p>It doesn’t slap you; it caresses you. This song grabs your heart and sails away with it; it sounds unlike anything anyone has ever done. That was the magic of Hendrix: even if you copied what he recorded and tried to play like him, it could never be the same.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/z_L4RtU1iRg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“HOW MANY MORE TIMES” </strong> Led Zeppelin, <em>Led Zeppelin</em> (1969)</p> <p>Of any guitarist, Jimmy Page was my biggest influence. I wanted to look, think and play like him. Zeppelin had a heavy influence on Rush during our early days. Page’s loose style of playing showed an immense confidence, and there are no rules to his playing. </p> <p>I met Page at a Page/Plant concert in Toronto in 1998. I was acting like a kid, all googly eyed. I was freaking out and my hands were shaking. I was so thrilled to meet him because his work meant so much to me.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/NBqbuGgt0Us" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“KASHMIR” </strong>Led Zeppelin, <em>Physical Graffiti</em> (1975)</p> <p>This is an absolutely brilliant song, an all-time classic. ‘Kashmir’ has such a wonderful, exotic Middle Eastern feel to it — it’s like no other song of its era — and <em>Physical Graffiti</em> is a mind-blowing album. </p> <p>In a roundabout way, ‘Kashmir’ influenced ‘A Passage to Bangkok’ [<em>2112</em>], which has a similar sort of odd-tempo arrangement to the verses.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/sfR_HWMzgyc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“(I CAN’T GET NO) SATISFACTION” </strong> The Rolling Stones, <em>Hot Rocks, 1964–1971</em> (1972)</p> <p>This was the second single I bought. One summer when I was 12, I went to Yugoslavia to visit my relatives. I took one record with me — this one. I played it for my relatives because I wanted my cousins to hear it. </p> <p>The Stones had that bluesy, dirty, bad-boy image, which I much preferred to cleaner-sounding bands like the Beatles or the Searchers. The Stones were more dangerous than other bands of the Sixties. It looked like they had more fun than the Beatles — like they stayed up later.”</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/3a7cHPy04s8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“COMFORTABLY NUMB” </strong> Pink Floyd, <em>The Wall</em> (1979)</p> <p>David Gilmour is so well respected, and while he’s often overlooked among guitarists, I think people who appreciate rock guitarists regard him as one of the best. </p> <p>He’s a brilliant player and has such passion and feel. You can sense he’s a smart man: you can hear how he puts it all together and how it fits, which is a real testament to his songwriting. He’s such a bluesy player, to boot. My eyes water whenever I hear this song. </p> <p>Pink Floyd have such incredible arrangements; their songs are rich and complex but not particularly complicated. They can take as long as they want to tell you a story, but it’s always interesting.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/y7EpSirtf_E" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <strong>“IN THE DEAD OF NIGHT” </strong> U.K., <em>U.K.</em> (1978) <p>Allan Holdsworth has an amazing, out-of-this-world liquidity. What a genius! His fingers are constantly moving. Pulls make up the bulk of his playing; I don’t think he does much picking. </p> <p>I was listening to Holdsworth around the time of <em>Moving Pictures</em> [<em>1981</em>], and you can indirectly hear his influence on my playing on ‘YYZ.’</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/hMu7XUc9OcI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“THIRD EYE” </strong> Tool, <em>Ænima</em> (1996)</p> <p>Adam Jones is a fabulous guitarist and songwriter, and Tool are such a powerful band. You know it’s Tool when you hear them, because they’re intensely dynamic, yet heavy, even when they’re playing is light. I listened to this album over and over; I don’t do that very often. </p> <p>Tool have an interesting, intelligent approach to song construction and lyrics. It’s just too bad we don’t hear from them more often.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/7zV78IgXzB0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“AH VIA MUSICOM” </strong> Eric Johnson, <em>Ah Via Musicom</em> (1990)</p> <p>I’ve never heard anybody with a better tone than Eric Johnson! He played with us on a couple of tours and I’d watch his performance most every night. </p> <p>There’s a smoothness to his playing that is so elastic. Eric is very accurate and articulate but soulful at the same time. If anybody could come close to playing like Hendrix, he could.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/bVdb9KHfFKM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>GEDDY LEE</strong></p> <p><strong>“THICK AS A BRICK” </strong> Jethro Tull, <em>Thick As a Brick</em> (1972)</p> <p>In my view, this is the first truly successful concept album by a British prog-rock band. They even brought a flute into heavy rock music. How dare they! [<em>laughs</em>] </p> <p>Their music is so brilliantly written and well put together, what with its hard-to-play parts and odd time signatures, not to mention the great guitar sounds of the totally underrated Martin Barre. </p> <p>And I love how, no matter what influences they brought into the music, from classical to folk, they always did it in a rock context.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/u9bk2MrMGaA" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“TIME AND A WORD” </strong> Yes, <em>Time and a Word</em> (1970)</p> <p>I didn’t know who Yes were until a friend loaned me this record. I was totally amazed. I’d never heard a band like this, and I’d never heard a bass player placed so upfront in the mix. </p> <p>Chris Squire had such a driving, aggressive sound, and it made this such a pivotal, influential song for me. Squire’s melodies were brilliant, and they were definitely out there. </p> <p>But they were always essential to the skeletal forms of those songs; he never wandered off out of context. His lines help hold the songs together.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/AaYUSokuRTo" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“HOW MANY MORE TIMES” </strong> Led Zeppelin, <em>Led Zeppelin</em> (1969)</p> <p>I saw them in Toronto at a little place called the Rockpile. We were in the second row, and when they played this song it just blew me away. It reaffirmed for me all the creative potential in blending hard rock with progressive music. John Paul Jones was the unsung hero in that band. </p> <p>What bass player of that period didn’t know how to play that riff? I still jam to it sometimes at soundchecks.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/NBqbuGgt0Us" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“I AIN’T SUPERSTITIOUS” </strong> Jeff Beck, <em>Truth</em> (1968)</p> <p>If I had to pick a favorite guitarist of all time, it would probably be Jeff Beck. I mean, was there a better guitar sound ever? I think this was the first great Jeff Beck ‘moment,’ the first time when you’d hear something and know that it couldn’t be anybody but him. He was such an amazing pioneer, and just an incredible stylist. </p> <p>The notes he squeezes out of that thing with a whammy bar, a volume control knob and his fingers are simply incredible.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/SYlWNb9tmtk" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <strong>“OVER UNDER SIDEWAYS DOWN” </strong> The Yardbirds, <em>Roger the Engineer</em> (1966) <p>Jeff Beck again, playing one of the most unique guitar lines ever. It’s really hard to play that thing — it manages to grab something essential from the Eastern quarter-tone style without just being imitative of Indian music. </p> <p>And it’s the hook to a pop song — back when pop, particularly in England, could be a platform for experimentation and innovation. Beck, Page, Clapton and some other Brits really discovered a totally new sound. </p> <p>They figured out how to get a pop angle on the blues by electrifying it, and it became a profound way for guitarists to speak through music.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/MLv7viCMGo8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“WATCHER OF THE SKIES” </strong> Genesis, <em>Foxtrot</em> (1972)</p> <p>This is a very strange, ominous tune from very early Peter Gabriel-era Genesis. The time signature was completely odd — it was a little like Yes, but darker and much more theatrical. </p> <p>The music wasn’t about people stepping out and doing bluesy solos; they were taking a high level of musicianship and weaving it into the guts of the song, playing with layers of melody, odd time signatures and strange guitar riffs. What fascinated me was how these intricate parts all supported one another — and the song.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/57HicYcY4Ow" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <strong>“3/5 OF A MILE IN TEN SECONDS” </strong> Jefferson Airplane, <em>Bless Its Pointed Little Head</em> (1969) <p>A great live record, where the band takes some risks and really changes the arrangements, especially rhythmically. Jack Casady, one of the truly great, underrated bass players, is the star of this record. </p> <p>His tone was very different from other American bassists; it was edgier, and his riffs were really challenging — they aggressively pushed the songs along. I like when a bass player gets a little pushy and won’t keep his place. He steps out of line, but in a great way.”</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/E2tr-UctURQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“SPOONFUL” </strong> Cream, <em>Fresh Cream</em> (1966)</p> <p>‘Crossroads’ was the song you had to learn to play if you were in a band. Clapton just flies through that song. But for me, ‘Spoonful’ was more about Jack Bruce’s great voice and adventurous playing. Bruce, like all the bass players I’ve mentioned, wasn’t content to be a bottom-end, stayin'-the-background bassist. </p> <p>He’s playing a Gibson bass obviously too loud, to where it’s distorting the speakers. But it gave him this aggressive sound and a kind of spidery tone, and I love everything about it.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/Y-lRmVOGw3M" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <hr /> <p><strong>“MY GENERATION” </strong> The Who, <em>Live at Leeds</em> (1970)</p> <p>What an amazing guitar sound on this album! And [<em>Pete</em>] Townshend even plays a few solos, which he usually never does. Was there anybody better at expressing themselves through power chords? </p> <p>I just loved that record, and I know Alex did, too. Every time we jammed as a young band we would wind up jamming parts of that record.</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/uY9sDk6NyQY" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p>Can't get enough Rush? <a href="http://secure.nps1.net/guitarworld/index.php?main_page=product_info&amp;cPath=5&amp;products_id=13&amp;utm_source=guitarworld.com&amp;utm_medium=article&amp;utm_campaign=60MinutesWith">Check out Guitar Legends: Rush, which is available now at the Guitar World Online Store.</a></p> <p><em>Photo: rush.com</em></p> <fieldset class="fieldgroup group-additional-content"><legend>Additional Content</legend><div class="field field-type-nodereference field-field-related-artist"> <div class="field-label"><p><strong>Related Artist:</strong>&nbsp;<p></div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/geddy-lee">Geddy Lee</a> </div> <div class="field-item even"> <a href="/rush">Rush</a> </div> </div> </div> </fieldset> http://www.guitarworld.com/60-minutes-alex-lifeson-and-geddy-lee-rush#comments 60 Minutes Alex Lifeson Geddy lee GW Archive Rush Interviews News Features Tue, 29 Jul 2014 16:38:11 +0000 Guitar World Staff http://www.guitarworld.com/article/964 'Learn Slide Guitar' DVD Teaches Slide Scales, Improvising, Muting, Vibrato and More http://www.guitarworld.com/learn-slide-guitar-dvd-teaches-slide-scales-improvising-muting-vibrato-and-more <!--paging_filter--><p>The <em>Learn Slide Guitar</em> DVD is <a href="http://store.guitarworld.com/collections/dvds/products/learn-slide-guitar-dvd/?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=daily_scroller&amp;utm_campaign=SlideGuitarDVD">available now at the Guitar World Online Store.</a></p> <p>It's the ultimate DVD instructional guide to playing slide guitar like a pro. The disc, which was designed for beginning-to-intermediate guitar players, contains more than two hours of lessons that will help you play in open and standard tunings, learn slide scales for soloing in all keys, plus improvising, open-tuning chord forms, muting, vibrato, Delta and electric blues and more.</p> <p><strong>The <em>Learn Slide Guitar</em> DVD contains</strong>:</p> <p><em>Chapter 1: Introduction</em></p> <p> • Performance/DVD Objectives<br /> • Wearing the Slide: What Finger?<br /> • String Action/String Gauge<br /> • Picking: Fingers vs. Pick<br /> • Slide Types/Materials</p> <p><em>Chapter 2: Open E Tuning</em></p> <p> • Open E Tuning: E B E G# B E<br /> • Chord Forms in Open E Tuning<br /> • Slide Scales for Soloing<br /> • Slide Positioning/Intonation<br /> • Right-and Left-Hand Muting Techniques<br /> • Expanding Basic Scale Position<br /> • Using Open Strings<br /> • E Major Pentatonic<br /> • E Major Hexatonic<br /> • Medium-Slow Shuffle, Elmore James Style<br /> • Medium-Slow Shuffle, Johnny Winter Style<br /> • E Shuffle, a la Robert Johnson<br /> • Duane Allman Style<br /> • Ry Cooder Style<br /> • Derek Trucks Style</p> <p><em>Chapter 3: Open D Tuning</em></p> <p> • Open D Tuning: D A D F# A D<br /> • Johnny Winter Style</p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/W61FbTm3sLU" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><em>Chapter 4: Open A Tuning</em></p> <p> • Open A Tuning: E A E A C# E<br /> • Chord Forms in Open A Tuning<br /> • Slide Scales for Soloing<br /> • Using Open Strings<br /> • John Lee Hooker Style<br /> • Johnny Winter Style<br /> • Robert Johnson/Sleepy John Estes Style<br /> • Muddy Waters Style</p> <p><em>Chapter 5: Open G Tuning</em></p> <p> • Open G Tuning: D G D G B D<br /> • Slide Scales for Soloing<br /> • Muddy Waters/Johnny Winter Style<br /> • Keith Richards Style<br /> • Mick Taylor Style</p> <p><em>Chapter 6: Standard Tuning</em></p> <p> • Slide Scales for Soloing<br /> • Slow Blues in E, Robert Nighthawk Style<br /> • Earl Hooker/Wah-Wah Slide Style<br /> • a la "Statesboro Blues"</p> <p><em>Chapter 7: Vibrato</em></p> <p><em>Chapter 8: Standard Tuning with a Twist</em></p> <p> • Stevie Ray Vaughan's G String up One Half Step to G#</p> <p>For more about this exclusive DVD, visit the <a href="http://store.guitarworld.com/collections/dvds/products/learn-slide-guitar-dvd/?&amp;utm_source=gw_homepage&amp;utm_medium=daily_scroller&amp;utm_campaign=SlideGuitarDVD">Guitar World Online Store.</a></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/learn-slide-guitar-dvd-teaches-slide-scales-improvising-muting-vibrato-and-more#comments Mick Taylor News Features Tue, 29 Jul 2014 16:37:50 +0000 Guitar World Staff http://www.guitarworld.com/article/16398 Vox Launches Limited Versions of AC4C1-12, Night Train NT15C1-CL and Lil' Night Train Set Guitar Amps http://www.guitarworld.com/vox-launches-limited-versions-ac4c1-12-night-train-nt15c1-cl-and-lil-night-train-set-guitar-amps <!--paging_filter--><p><a href="http://www.voxamps.com">Vox Amplification</a> has announced three Special Edition versions of its current, popular guitar amplifiers. For a limited time only, the new AC4C1-12; Night Train NT15C1-CL; and Lil' Night Train NT2H-GD will offer a variety of new options for guitarists and collectors alike.</p> <p><strong><a href="http://www.voxamps.com/AC4C1-12">AC4C1-12</a></strong></p> <p>The iconic 4-watt AC4 combo amplifiers remain one of the most popular VOX tube amps, providing a simple and convenient way to enjoy the rich sound of a tube-driven amp. Previous models were equipped with a 10-inch speaker; the AC4C1-12 features a 12-inch Celestion speaker that delivers even more robust sound levels.</p> <p>With diamond grille cloth and basket-weave vinyl exterior, it also carries on the classic looks of the VOX tradition. Just as with other AC4 models, this versatile, Class A tube amp features two 12AX7 preamp tubes and an EL84 power tube and offers solid performance for practicing at home, performing live, or recording.</p> <p><strong><a href="http://www.voxamps.com/NT15C1-CL">Night Train NT15C1-CL</a></strong></p> <p>With its metallic exterior, the all-tube Night Train series emanates a distinctive look that differs from the usual VOX aesthetic. By contrast, the new Night Train NT15C1-CL combo amplifier delivers modern tones with a classic look. The front sports VOX’s trademark diamond grille cloth and gold badge, providing a traditional look that will satisfy long-time VOX fans.</p> <p>The 15-watt, EL84-powered, NT15C1-CL delivers tube tones ranging from clean to crunch, as well as high-gain sounds and everything in-between, covering any situation. The GIRTH channel has a powerful, modern high-gain sound for the guitarist who seeks an even heavier sound. The BRIGHT channel provides VOX's distinctive clean/crunch sounds and also features a THICK mode that bypasses the tone control circuit and provides a gain boost. A digital reverb designed exclusively by VOX offers studio-quality reverb sounds.</p> <p><strong>Lil' Night Train Set - Limited Gold version</strong></p> <p>The original Lil’ Night Train amplifier head and cab has been acclaimed by professionals and amateurs alike for its robust tube tone; portable and compact design; and rugged mirror-finish. This little 2-watt powerhouse is now also available as the NT2H-GD-SET, a limited edition matte gold-colored amplifier head that's paired with a speaker cabinet sporting the traditional VOX diamond grille cloth and basket-weave leather.</p> <p>Each Limited Edition model will be available in August 2014 exclusively through all U.S. Guitar Center stores, plus online through <a href="http://www.musiciansfriend.com/">MusiciansFriend.com</a>, with U.S. Street pricing as follows:</p> <p>AC4C1-12 - $349.99 | NT15C1-CL - $699.99 | NT2H-GD-SET - $329.99</p> http://www.guitarworld.com/vox-launches-limited-versions-ac4c1-12-night-train-nt15c1-cl-and-lil-night-train-set-guitar-amps#comments VOX Amps News Gear Tue, 29 Jul 2014 16:06:22 +0000 Guitar World Staff http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21980 'This Is Spinal Tap' Gets the Lego Treatment — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/spinal-tap-gets-lego-treatment-video <!--paging_filter--><p>In honor of the 30th anniversary of the greatest rock parody film ever made, we present a few scenes from 1984's <em>This Is Spinal Tap</em> — in stop-motion Lego form!</p> <p>Hey, why not?</p> <p>By the way, if you still haven't seen <em>This Is Spinal Tap</em>, you might want to "right that wrong" as soon as possible.</p> <p>Anyway, below, you can check out a scene called "Nigel's Guitar Room," followed by the band's Lego-fied performance of "Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight," followed by the much-loved "Lick My Love Pump" scene.</p> <p>Enjoy all, all! </p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/At887GsraAQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/zTxzvsELdDM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/DX3ssZIMF9E" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <fieldset class="fieldgroup group-additional-content"><legend>Additional Content</legend><div class="field field-type-nodereference field-field-related-artist"> <div class="field-label"><p><strong>Related Artist:</strong>&nbsp;<p></div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/spinal-tap">Spinal Tap</a> </div> </div> </div> </fieldset> http://www.guitarworld.com/spinal-tap-gets-lego-treatment-video#comments Spinal Tap Videos News Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:48:37 +0000 Damian Fanelli http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21979 Reverend Horton Heat Premiere "Mad, Mad Heart" Music Video http://www.guitarworld.com/reverend-horton-heat-premiere-mad-mad-heart-music-video <!--paging_filter--><p>Reverend Horton Heat have premiered the music video for "Mad, Mad Heart," a track off their latest album, <em>Rev</em>, which was released in January by Victory Records. </p> <p>It's their first album since 2009's <em>Laughin' &amp; Cryin' with the Reverend Horton Heat.</em></p> <p>Check out the new clip below and let us know what you think in the comments or on Facebook!</p> <object width="620" height="365"><param name="movie" value="http://videoplayer.vevo.com/embed/Embedded?videoId=USCIV1469210&playlist=false&autoplay=0&playerId=null&playerType=embedded&env=0&cultureName=en_us&cultureIsRTL=False" /><param name="wmode" value="transparent" /><param name="bgcolor" value="#000000" /><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" /><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always" /><embed src="http://videoplayer.vevo.com/embed/Embedded?videoId=USCIV1469210&playlist=false&autoplay=0&playerId=null&playerType=embedded&env=0&cultureName=en_us&cultureIsRTL=False" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" width="620" height="365" bgcolor="#000000" wmode="transparent"></embed></object> http://www.guitarworld.com/reverend-horton-heat-premiere-mad-mad-heart-music-video#comments Reverend Horton Heat Videos News Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:31:48 +0000 Damian Fanelli http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21978 Harp Twins Cover Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train" — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/harp-twins-cover-ozzy-osbournes-crazy-train-video <!--paging_filter--><p>A pair of twins named Camille and Kennerly (and better known as the Harp Twins) have come up with a dual-harp cover of Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train."</p> <p>You can check it out below.</p> <p>Camille and Kennerly also have covered Iron Maiden's "Fear of the Dark," Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters" (which you can watch below) AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" and other rock tunes on their 2013 album <em>Harp Attack.</em></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/BR2RVaXKQiE" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/CvI5oy25QO4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <fieldset class="fieldgroup group-additional-content"><legend>Additional Content</legend><div class="field field-type-nodereference field-field-related-artist"> <div class="field-label"><p><strong>Related Artist:</strong>&nbsp;<p></div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/ozzy-osbourne">Ozzy Osbourne</a> </div> </div> </div> </fieldset> http://www.guitarworld.com/harp-twins-cover-ozzy-osbournes-crazy-train-video#comments Acoustic Nation Harp Twins News Ozzy Osbourne Videos Videos News Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:12:34 +0000 Damian Fanelli http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21976 Flying Colors Preview New Album, 'Second Nature' — Exclusive Video http://www.guitarworld.com/flying-colors-return <!--paging_filter--><p>Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive trailer for <em>Second Nature</em>, the new studio album by Flying Colors, a band featuring Steve Morse, Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Dave LaRue and Casey McPherson.</p> <p>All five members of the band appear in the new clip, which you can check out below. Be sure to let us know what you think of it in the comments or on Facebook!</p> <p>The critics were united in acknowledging Flying Colors' eponymously titled debut album as one of the most fascinating releases of 2012. The band challenged conventional wisdom about combining virtuoso music with melodic songwriting. Or, as the quintet’s modus operandi was once memorably defined by founder Bill Evans, "crafting new-fashioned music the old-fashioned way." </p> <p><strong>The album will be released September 29 by Mascot Label Group via the Music Theories label. It's available now for pre-order at <a href="http://www.flyingcolorsmusic.com/?">flyingcolorsmusic.com</a>.</strong></p> <p>For more about Flying Colors, follow them on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/flyingcolorsofficial">Facebook.</a></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/0IDyGrc1Z8k" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> <fieldset class="fieldgroup group-additional-content"><legend>Additional Content</legend><div class="field field-type-nodereference field-field-related-artist"> <div class="field-label"><p><strong>Related Artist:</strong>&nbsp;<p></div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/steve-morse">Steve Morse</a> </div> </div> </div> </fieldset> http://www.guitarworld.com/flying-colors-return#comments Flying Colors Mike Portnoy Steve Morse Videos News Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:00:05 +0000 Damian Fanelli http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21941 Sugar Ray and The Bluetones Premiere New Song, "Hungry But Happy" — Exclusive http://www.guitarworld.com/sugar-ray-and-bluetones-premiere-new-song-hungry-happy-exclusive <!--paging_filter--><p>Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of "Hungry But Happy," a new song by Sugar Ray and The Bluetones.</p> <p>The track is from the band's new album, <em>Living Tear to Tear,</em> which will be released August 19 through Severn Records.</p> <p>Sugar Ray and The Bluetones — a storied blues ensemble that has backed Otis Rush, Jimmy Rogers, Joe Turner, Roosevelt Sykes, Big Walter Horton, Big Mama Thornton and JB Hutto — are marking their 35th anniversary with this new album. </p> <p>The hard-swinging band fully absorbed the lessons learned from Chicago blues masters, making them one of New England’s most beloved blues institutions. The Boston Phoenix called the band's frontman "a fixture on the national blues scene. [Sugar Ray] Norcia's elegant, emotive voice is his calling card [alongside his] rich, melodic harmonica blowing."</p> <p>Besides Norcia, the band features Monster Mike Welch on guitar, bassist Mudcat Ward, pianist Anthony Geraci and drummer Neil Gouvin. </p> <p>"'Hungry But Happy' features my Gretsch G5420T, Barber B-Custom Cool Overdrive, Strymon Flint Reverb, Strymon El Capistan Delay and a modified Fender Pro Junior amp," says Monster Mike Welch. For more about Welch's gear, <a href="http://monstermikewelch.wordpress.com/guitar-gear/">head here.</a></p> <p>Sugar Ray and The Bluetones have an incredible history, from early tours with Big Walter Horton; collaborations with Ronnie Earl; backing legendary artists in Cambridge and on tour; being invited for a residency at Chicago’s legendary South Side juke joint Theresa’s, musical home of Junior Wells (though they had to decline due to other commitments) and earning five Blues Music Awards nominations for their last album, <em>Evening</em>, including Band of the Year and Album of the Year.</p> <p>For more about the band, follow them on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/SugarRayAndTheBluetones">Facebook.</a> To pre-order <em>Living Tear to Tear,</em> visit <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Living-Tear-Sugar-Ray-Bluetones/dp/B00KYJHRLC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1406149839&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=sugar+ray+%26+the+bluetones">Amazon.com.</a></p> <p><iframe width="100%" height="450" scrolling="no" frameborder="no" src="https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/160162273%3Fsecret_token%3Ds-ITNjH&amp;auto_play=false&amp;hide_related=false&amp;show_comments=true&amp;show_user=true&amp;show_reposts=false&amp;visual=true"></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/sugar-ray-and-bluetones-premiere-new-song-hungry-happy-exclusive#comments Sugar Ray and The Bluetones News Tue, 29 Jul 2014 13:13:54 +0000 Damian Fanelli http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21973 Martin Guitars at 2014 Summer NAMM: D-18 Sycamore, Navojoa, CS-GP-14, DXAE Black — Video http://www.guitarworld.com/acoustic-nation-martinan-martin-guitars-2014-summer-namm-d-18-sycamore-navojoa-cs-gp-14-dxae-black-video <!--paging_filter--><p>As always, several members of the <em>Guitar World</em> and <em>Acoustic Nation</em> crews were on hand at the 2014 Summer NAMM Show in lovely and talented Nashville, Tennessee, taking pics, getting the latest gear news and shooting plenty of videos.</p> <p>While we were there, we were able to stop by the Martin Guitars booth. Our visit is chronicled in the video below. </p> <p>In the clip, the gang at Martin shows off a number of their beautiful acoustic guitars. These include the new D-18 Sycamore, the Navojoa, the CS-GP-14, the DXAE Black and others. </p> <p>Take a look and tell us what you think in the comments below or on Facebook. And while you're at it, be sure to check out our massive <a href="http://www.guitarworld.com/2014-summer-namm-show-photos-gear-galore-nashville">2014 Summer NAMM photo gallery.</a></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/Ocx2gp3S9so" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/acoustic-nation-martinan-martin-guitars-2014-summer-namm-d-18-sycamore-navojoa-cs-gp-14-dxae-black-video#comments Acoustic Nation Martin Martin Guitars News Summer NAMM 2014 Acoustic Guitars Videos Videos sponsor News Gear Mon, 28 Jul 2014 21:50:30 +0000 Guitar World Staff http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21966 Fungonewrong to Headline Truefest II for August 9 Record-Release Party http://www.guitarworld.com/fungonewrong-headline-truefest-ii-august-9-record-release-party <!--paging_filter--><p>Get ready, metal-heads, as FUNGONEWRONG will be shredding the stage at TRUEFEST II for their record release party extravaganza. They will be headlining the festival before embarking in a late summer/early fall tour of the U.S. </p> <p>This festival is a one huge massive metal CD release party! Come watch FUNGONEWRONG unleash the metal on the world, and be sure to load up on raffle tickets for your chance to win tons of incredible prizes including a limited-edition, St. Louis Cardinals Fender Stratocaster donated by Fender Music Corp and Legend Group Records! </p> <p>PLUS, don’t miss Legend Group Records YOU'VE GOT TALENT competition for local bands where two bands will receive free studio time at Lost Recording Studios in Orchardville, Illinois, courtesy of Legend Group Records CEO Houston Curtis and Lost Recording Studios owner/engineer Pat Schwartz! </p> <p>A portion of the proceeds from the Raffle will go to both the Fender Music Care’s organization in the name of Chad True. Also, tear it up with renowned, Hollywood club king, DJ WINNER as he spins a special Groove/Metal Mix and get ready to hear some of the greatest rock music in Southern Illinois including performances from Some Kind of Khaos, Spirit of Chaos, Twisted Lixx, Clayco Boys, Standing Hampton and Liberty Bell.</p> <p>Tickets can be purchased at the event for $7 or learn how to buy them in advance for only $5 by going to FUNGONEWRONG.COM or the FUNGONEWRONG Facebook page. Raffle Tickets will be for sale at the event, in the FUNGONEWRONG Merchandise booth for only a dollar. Buy five get one free, buy 20 get five FREE! Several prizes given away throughout the night, limit to only 100 tickets per person! Come show your support for Centralia and Wamac’s newest celebrities…the Bag-Headed Metal Maniacs of FUNGONEWRONG! </p> <p>FGW is tearing up the “Metal Scene” and taking over with the answer to why you love metal to begin with. You can get your digital download or CD on the official release date of July 29. Physical CD’s will be on sale at the event along with cool concert T-shirts and autograph/photo opportunity with the band. </p> <p>FUNGONEWRONG is a mixture of metal, punk and death-thrash whose groove-creating music ensures that the band will rise to the top of the musical mountain and stick their metal flag deep in the minds of all music lovers. FGW is Belter Skelter (vocals, guitar), Milez Long (guitar, vocals), Ballz Deep (guitar, vocals), Manny Wrektor (bass) and Buster Hymen (drums). </p> <p>Climbing from the darkest depth of music hell to fight boredom and mediocrity, FGW plans to stir things up in throughout the entire metal, punk and thrash universe! While their true identity is unknown due to the colorful bags they wear over their heads at all times, FGW can be spotted for miles by their rabid and loyal fan base who also wear bags on their heads to every FUNGONEWRONG show and call themselves THE BAGHEAD NATION. </p> <p><strong>Join THE BAGHEAD NATION here:</strong><br /> <a href="http://fungonewrong.com/">fungonewrong.com</a>, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/fungonewrongmusic">facebook.com/fungonewrongmusic</a>, <a href="https://twitter.com/fungonewrong">twitter.com/fungonewrong</a> or <a href="http://www.reverbnation.com/fungonewrong">reverbnation.com/fungonewrong.</a></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/jRX0gJd0aD4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/fungonewrong-headline-truefest-ii-august-9-record-release-party#comments Fungonewrong News Mon, 28 Jul 2014 21:11:27 +0000 Guitar World Staff http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21972 ToneVille Amps at 2014 Summer NAMM: Broadway Guitar Amp — Demo Video http://www.guitarworld.com/toneville-amps-2014-summer-namm-broadway-guitar-amp-demo-video <!--paging_filter--><p>As always, several members of the <em>Guitar World</em> crew were on hand at the 2014 Summer NAMM Show in lovely and talented Nashville, Tennessee, taking pics, getting the latest gear news and shooting plenty of videos.</p> <p>Speaking of which, we stopped off at the ToneVille Amps booth! You can check out a video recap of our visit below.</p> <p>The clip shows a searing demo of ToneVille's signature Broadway Amp. </p> <p>Take a look and tell us what you think in the comments below or on Facebook. And while you're at it, be sure to check out our massive <a href="http://www.guitarworld.com/2014-summer-namm-show-photos-gear-galore-nashville">2014 Summer NAMM photo gallery.</a></p> <p><iframe width="620" height="365" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/wz5s_UsRlMQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> http://www.guitarworld.com/toneville-amps-2014-summer-namm-broadway-guitar-amp-demo-video#comments Summer NAMM 2014 ToneVille Videos Amps News Gear Mon, 28 Jul 2014 18:54:25 +0000 Guitar World Staff http://www.guitarworld.com/article/21957