"It’s a little bit late for us to do ballads. Rock is what we do best"
These meticulously engineered pedals aim to make Young's monstrous, "clean-dirty" sound accessible to guitarists on any kind of a budget
Back in Black 40th Anniversary: A Virtual Celebration, featuring lessons, jams and testimonials, can be viewed in full now
Gibson will also be giving away a very Angus Young-like Custom Shop 1961 Les Paul SG “Red Devil” guitar and other gear
On the hunt for some Rock ‘N’ Roll Damnation or hoping to map out your own Highway To Hell? Whether you’re a bad boy looking to boogie or a girl who’s got rhythm, we've got you covered…
You can take the schoolboy out of Glasgow, but you can't take the streets of Glasgow out of the schoolboy
Angus demonstrates how he gets "effects" without using pedals, including "rude noises," and siren and rifle sounds.
There’s much more to Angus Young's "Hell's Bells" tone than just his timeless Gibson SG Standard and Marshall amp rig.