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Riffs: Whisky Cask Guitar, DIY Distortion Pedal, Repairman to Stars and Soldiers

Whiskey Cask Guitar from WhiskeyGrotto.com Manne Guitars, an Italian company, has introduced its Lagavulin, a guitar made from the oak of a whiskey cask. Two guitars and one bass

Whiskey Cask Guitar

from WhiskeyGrotto.com


Manne Guitars, an Italian company, has introduced its Lagavulin, a guitar made from the oak of a whiskey cask. Two guitars and one bass were made from the cask. This article contains quite a bit of info on the construction of the guitar.

DIY Sci-fi Distortion Project

from RCRDS blog


She may not be the prettiest thing on your pedalboard... hell, she probably won''t even fit on it, but this Big Muff-based gizmo is sure to get some attention. Check out the audio sample to hear what you''re getting into.

Guitar Repairman Fixes Vet''s Busted Axe

from Chicago Sun Times


Here''s a nice writeup of a Chicago repairman''s encounter with a one-armed veteran and his busted guitar that survived WWII with him.

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 "Sandblasted" SE Series features a swamp ash top with a unique sandblasted finish in five color options.

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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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Fall Out Boy Rig Rundown [2024]
Fall Out Boy Rig Rundown with Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman & Pete Wentz Guitar & Bass Gear Tour

The string-section trio for the iconic Chicago pop-punk band has gone digital, but Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman, and Pete Wentz still aren’t afraid to get weird—and sometimes, downright dangerous.

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