Former Eagles guitarist/songwriter and multi Grammy award winner Don Felder is not one to just rest on his laurels. Felder is currently out on the road along with Styx and Foreigner in what’s being billed “The Soundtrack of Summer” tour.
I spoke with Felder about The Soundtrack of Summer, his early years with The Eagles and much more.
Round out your Fender wine collection and entertain with style using the Fender Collector's Cheese Board, an instrument-inspired cheese board, guaranteed conversation starter and a must-have touch of rock and roll refinement for any gathering.
Last week, the eternally surprising Jimmy Page streamed a track called "Ramblize" at his official website. It was an unlikely mashup of Led Zeppelin's "Ramble On" and Notorious B.I.G.'s "Hypnotize." A lot of news outlets reported that it was a new track, but it actually has been available on good ol' YouTube for more than two years — and you can hear it below.
Tucked in a nondescript industrial tract north of San Francisco near San Pablo Bay, Metallica’s headquarters is an oasis for both thrash fanatics and gear heads of every stripe. The massive studio—dubbed HQ by the band—has been Metallica’s base of operations for writing, rehearsals, demoing and all-purpose hanging since late 2001. In a rare case of reality trumping fantasy, it is a place that exceeds expectations.
Today, the guys in Judas Priest are previewing another new song from their upcoming studio album, Redeemer of Souls. Check out the under-two-minute teaser for "Battle Cry" below! The clip also features an intro and commentary by Judas Priest guitarist Richie Faulkner.
Paul McCartney turns 72 on June 18, so you probably can expect to come across some online tributes that laud his achievements, longevity and best-loved songs. But while everyone else will most likely praise "Band on the Run," "Maybe I'm Amazed" and "Silly Love Songs," I'd like to draw attention to 10 tracks from McCartney's solo career — a career that started 44 years ago — that just don't get the love they deserve in 2014.
Canadian musician Gustavo De Beauville, known in the metal world for his work in the Alberta Award-winning duo The Unravelling, has unleashed his instrumental solo debut, Volume 1. The album is a fascinating 15-track slab of psychedelic, ambient compositions with elements of industrial metal sprinkled throughout. He spoke to Guitar World about this album, his preferred gear and more.
As every guitarist knows, it's all about tone. But getting that magical tone can sometimes be a black art. How to Hot Rod Your Fender Amp is the first guidebook explaining how you can get the best sound possible out of your Fender amp with simple to advanced modifications.