Winterfold’s re-releases of Bill Bruford’s albums continuews with One of a Kind. This album was originally recorded after his stint with UK and before King Crimson and features a very interesting list of musicians.
Here’s the real tool for the job of cleaning your guitar, the Fast Axe. It’s three brushes on one tool (shaped like a Strat so that you don’t mix it up with other brushes around the house!), two soft brushes and a longer, more rigid one. And you’ll find it more effective than using an old piece of soft cloth!
Jeff Babicz has not redesigned the acoustic guitar, he re-invented it. You’ve probably seen photos of these unique guitars in places like Acoustic Guitar Magazine. A-J has managed to get one to try out for the readers of Guitar Noise. Here is his review.
In honor of his upcoming eightieth birthday, this CD celebrates this blues giant in style, presenting twenty-one songs recorded throughout his long career. It’s an excellent collection, whether you’re a long-time B. B King fan or you’ve only recently been introduced to his music.
You may have seen Little Brother, (aka Doug Jones) posting links to his video lessons on the forums here at Guitar Noise. Here’s your chance to own some of his fantastic video lessons. The Lazy Lefty lesson is based on Mississippi John Hurt and Robert Johnson’s style and Doug’s teaching style is just sitting down with him in the living room jamming and learning.
This tutorial DVD, by Gerhard Graf-Martinez, has everything the beginning flamenco guitarist could ask for. Also, it comes in a complete 2 DVD set, and you can also purchase his two books at a discount.
Now here is a DVD you absolutely want. For anyone who enjoys guitar or Classic Rock here is a great item. Some of the greatest guitarists performing with their original bands. All in concert and all incredible!
Blue Oyster Cult performs in Chicago in 2002, playing Godzilla, Don’t Fear the Reaper and many other favorites. The DVD also includes bonus band interviews, fan interviews and behind the scenes footage.
The Rock Vaults In the late 80s and early 90s, Central Music put together a roster for a series to showcase legendary British Rock Acts. The series was designed for broadcast on television and a later release on VHS and Laser Disc. Unfortunately, the series never achieved the fame it should have and many of the shows were never released. […]