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Riffs: Dean Shredder Search Winner, Free Joe Perry Download, Lifeson on Guitar Hero

Dean Shredder Search Winner Announced from Dean Dean has announced the winner of their Shredder Search contest. The lucky shredder? A guy in geek glasses and a bow tie.

Dean Shredder Search Winner Announced

from Dean


Dean has announced the winner of their Shredder Search contest. The lucky shredder? A guy in geek glasses and a bow tie. No joke. You gotta see this guy play...

Download Perry's "Run Rudolph Run" For Free

from Gibson


Just in time to drive your relatives crazy, Joe Perry is offering a free download of his version of "Run Rudolph Run." You should probably click this link to see his kind of ridiculous video that accompanies the song.

Alex Lifeson Gives Guitar Hero Thumbs Up

from Truth in Shredding


In this interview, Alex Lifeson says that Guitar Hero is a positive influence. The game is certainly bringing the music of Rush and other bands to a younger generation, though he's probably not as appreciative of the game as this poorly-Photoshopped illustration may suggest.

Alex LIfeson, Victor

Anthem Records in Canada and Rhino Records will reissue the first-ever solo albums of Rush's Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee. Lifeson’s 1996 album Victor and Lee’s 2000 offering My Favourite Headache will be re-released on August 9, 2024.

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The new Jimi Hendrix documentary chronicles the conceptualization and construction of the legendary musician’s recording studio in Manhattan that opened less than a month before his untimely death in 1970. Watch the trailer now.

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Rivolta Guitars' Sferata | PG Plays
Rivolta Guitars' Sferata | PG Plays

PG contributor Tom Butwin dives into the Rivolta Sferata, part of the exciting new Forma series. Designed by Dennis Fano and crafted in Korea, the Sferata stands out with its lightweight simaruba wood construction and set-neck design for incredible playability.

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We’re unpacking Reid’s playing—from his early days in the NYC jazz underground through his work with Living Colour and into supergroup superstardom—and his longstanding gear-acquisition-syndrome.

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