Gibson is one of the most beloved and popular guitar brands ever – and also, today, one of the most troubled. It’s even hated by many of those who should adore it – the guitarists. The latest news about their financial woes makes us ask – is this the end for Gibson? Could 2018 mark the end […]
Last night (Tuesday 8th August) it was announced the passing of Glen Campbell, a true musical giant. Here’s our tribute – and Top 10 reasons why he won’t be forgotten. Singer, songwriter, star guitarist. Glen Campbell had a fantastically rich musical career – spanning different genres, instruments and playing with some of the greatest names […]
The Continental is the latest collaboration between Jeff Senn and Eastwood. This model is more “upmarket” than the popular Model One, and looks very much like a vintage classic! On a recent interview on the Eastwood website, Jeff Senn Explained the inspiration behind his new design, which also has a certain hint of the legendary […]
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No, Chris Haney had nothing to do with guitars, but it’s likely you’ve played the game Trivial Pursuit at some point in your life. Chris Haney was one of the co-creators of Trivial Pursuit, but there was little that was trivial about the former journalist who died Monday at the age of 59. Haney died in a Toronto hospital after a long illness.
There’s been buzz on the Web and an actual broo-ha-ha this week in anticipation of the announcement of Gibson’s “Jimi Hendrix Guitar” package. As even the most casual Hendrix fans know, his main axe was a Fender Stratocaster. Especially devoted followers are likely aware that Jimi occasionally played a Gibson Flying V. Gibson’s Custom Shop already offered a high-end tribute model Flying V of just 300 copies with a list of $12,300 in 2007, so this new model would surely be some variation on that, right?
The NAMM show is incredibly HUGE. It’s fitting that it’s across the street from Disneyland, as you end up walking just as much as you would at the self-proclaimed happiest place on earth (not when there’s a million guitars across the street, Walt). On a further plus, there’s a lot less puke and fewer children at the NAMM show.
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