Guitar World takes a look at Danelectro’s new Baby Sitar, which is based on the Danelectro Sitar from the late Sixties that the company offered as a lower-cost alternative to the Vinnie Bell Coral Sitar.
Fear Factory have unveiled the lyric video for their new single, "Soul Hacker." The track is taken from the band's new album, Genexus, which hits stores August 7 via Nuclear Blast. You can pre-order it right here.
In late April, GuitarWorld.com posted the exclusive premiere of "Gatton," a new instrumental track by guitarist and frequent Guitar World contributor Glenn Proudfoot. The song also features a guest appearance by Johnny Hiland. Today, we have the sequel, if you will. It's the official transcription of the song, courtesy of Proudfoot.
Everyone knows Eddie Van Halen didn’t invent two-handed tapping. He picked it up from Harvey Mandel, according to George Lynch. For that matter, Roy Smeck, Harry DeArmond, Jimmie Webster, George Van Eps, Barney Kessel and Emmett Chapman (inventor of the Chapman Stick) are just a few guitarists who employed the technique in the decades before Ed and others, like Stanley Jordan, came along.
Minarik is probably best known for their highly original guitar models like the Inferno, Lotus and Orchid. Though their custom models start at several thousand dollars, in recent years Minarik introduced the Studio X-Treme series models, which are stripped down to provide similar tone and performance for much more affordable prices.
Sugarcane Jane have amassed an extremely loyal following by performing what they like to call, “organic music at its finest." Anthony Crawford and his wife, Savana Lee, are both virtuosos. Crawford is a songwriter who plays guitar and mandolin while Lee alternates between rhythm guitar, tambourine and snare drum.