The Rush legend's signature features Epiphone's Pro Bucker 3 (bridge) Ceramic Pro (neck) pickups, a Graph Tech Ghost Floyd Rose system, and be available for $899.

Legendary RUSH guitarist Alex Lifeson and Epiphone present the new Alex Lifeson Epiphone Les Paul Standard Axcess electric guitar. Created by Alex Lifeson and the luthiers at Epiphone in Nashville, TN, the Alex Lifeson Epiphone Les Paul Standard Axcess is now available worldwide on: www.epiphone.com.

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Covid caused a huge uptick in guitar sales and repair requests. If you're considering trying to fix it yourself rather than wait in line, here's a simple rule of thumb to keep in mind.

The COVID pandemic clobbered many of our favorite pastimes but proved to be a boon for the sales of some things, especially musical instruments. But while guitars, unlike bicycles (another pandemic fave), can be shipped without any significant disassembly, that doesn't necessarily mean it's smooth sailing once the box arrives and you pull a new, or at least new-to-you, instrument out of its case.

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Bernth on Metallica's "Battery" - Hooked

The Austrian YouTuber details how the opening track off Metallica 's 1986 masterpiece permanently changed his brain chemistry prompting a pursuit of guitar.

Joining the Classic 5, the new Classic 7 and Classic 8 provide the enhanced bass response and sound that music creators around the world have trusted for years.

Building on KRK's legacy of sonic accuracy and performance, the brand announces the expansion of its CLASSIC line of studio monitors with the addition of 7- and 8-inch models.

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The simple drive is stacked with an adaptable-gain configuration, distinctive pre-gain low-pass filter, and dynamic-asymmetrical clipping.

Adding to the company's array of high-quality guitar effects, NativeAudio has introduced the new Kiaayo Overdrive pedal.

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Clapton performing at his 2010 Crossroads Festival in Chicago.

Photo by Chris Kies

Slowhand will hit cities in Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida with bassist Nathan East and guitarist Doyle Bramhall II backing him up.

Eric Clapton announced yesterday he will be hosting a series of concert dates across the U.S. in September 2021. Tickets for these shows will go on sale starting Friday, June 18th at 10am local time.

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