Closing out their first-ever Las Vegas residency with a bang, the current incarnation of Guns N' Roses was joined by original member Izzy Stradlin on both Friday and Saturday night for a rendition of the Use Your Illusion classic, "14 Years." Check out the fan-filmed video below.
Guitar for Kids is a fun, easy course that teaches children to play guitar faster than ever before. Popular songs such as "Yellow Submarine," "Hokey Pokey," "I'm a Believer," "Surfin' USA," "This Land Is Your Land" and "Hound Dog" keep students motivated, and the clean, simple page layouts ensure their attention remains focused on one concept at a time.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Jimmy Page acknowledged that Led Zeppelin were considering touring after their December 2007 show at London's O2 Arena. However, Robert Plant was busy at the time.
For the past few days, Black Sabbath have been posting regular studio updates on their Facebook page, keeping fans in the know as they record their new album. The latest update, posted Monday, confirmed that guitarist Tony Iommi was tracking more guitar parts (Check out the photo below). Before that, we found out bassist Geezer Butler was hard at work on the album.
Jim Dunlop is celebrating Jimi Hendrix's 70th birthday (November 27) by releasing a limited-edition series of pedals, the Jimi Hendrix 70th Anniversary Tribute Series. It includes four effects that were a major part of Hendrix’s signal chain: the Fuzz Face, Cry Baby, Octavio and Univibe.
Anyone who's hip to pedal news, Paul Gilbert news and Majik Box news knows that Majik Box's signature Gilbert Fuzz Universe pedal came out two years and has been a hands-down hit. The news here is that Gilbert recently re-teamed with Majik Box to add some new features to the Fuzz Universe, culminating in the release of the new Fuzz Universe Custom pedal.
Germany's electro-metalers Eskimo Callboy released their new album, Bury Me In Vegas, in the US today. You can check out the title track via the Soundcloud player below. "It's the title song of our album, and it gives the listener an impression of what the good life looks like for us," says Alexander Schröder of Eskimo Callboy. "Of course, this happens in a quite idealistic and bold way, but for the time that our music plays, we don't care about all this shit going on in the world."