Tribute: The Stooges'' Ron Asheton from Rolling Stone You''ve probably already heard the news. Rolling Stone has a nice tribute. Page''s Manager: Zep Done for Good from Gibson For

Tribute: The Stooges' Ron Asheton

from Rolling Stone


You've probably already heard the news. Rolling Stone has a nice tribute.

Page's Manager: Zep Done for Good

from Gibson


For those of you still holding your breath, it's time to exhale. Seriously, let go, once and for all. Gibson has the details.

Fender's Bringing Back the Ukelele

from Guitar Player Gear Guide


There are people out there who want Ukeleles, right? Well, Fender's hoping so. They're going to have a line coming out soon. Oh, and if you're too cool to admit that ukes are amazing instruments in the right hands, we submit exhibit A: Jake

Sting Teaches Guitar in Garage Band

from The Industry Standard


News from MacWorld: in Mac's iLife 09, the latest version of Garage Band features basic guitar lessons from guys like Sting. But wait.. they cost $4.99 a pop, which is either a rip or an awesome deal, depending on how much you love the Police.

A faithful recreation of the Germanium Mosrite Fuzzrite with a modern twist.

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It doesn’t have to be all cowboy boots and yee-haws!

Intermediate

Beginner

• Learn how to comp using hybrid picking.
• Add nuance to your playing by combining pick and finger string attacks.
• Add speed and fluidity to your lead playing.

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The first thing most guitarists think of when they hear the phrase “hybrid picking” is undoubtedly twangy Telecasters. While that may be the most common use of hybrid picking, it is far from the only application. Diving into hybrid picking opens a whole new world of control, timbre possibilities, ideas, speed, and more.

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Brian Wampler’s take on a vintage TS10 Tube Screamer style circuit in a compact, pedalboard friendly enclosure.

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