Electric guitar

Global Industry Growth, Share, Segment Analysis, Current Trends, and Industry Overview Report Forecast to 2027 – The Current Manomet

Guitars are mainly of three types: acoustic, electric and bass guitar. Among these three electric guitars, there are those in which the source of the sound is not primarily the strumming of the strings. Despite a strong output is produced by the movement of the strings which pick up and magnify the sound electronically. Using […]

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“The Strat is the Most Iconic Electric Guitar”: Cory Wong on channeling the magic of the Strats into his new signature guitar – Guitar.com

Since its explosion onto an Unsuspecting World in the spring of 1954, many gamers have explored the delights of Leo Fender’s iconic Stratocaster design. In recent years, however, very few have left such a palpable mark on the instrument as Cory Wong, whose powerful and clear playing of deep pockets is an essential part of […]

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DIY: How to String a Gibson-Style Electric Guitar

Justin Osborne – SUSTO Photo by Dries Vandenberg A: By far the strangest shaped guitar I own is my Kramer Voyager from the 80s. I never play it live, but it was actually one of the first guitars I ever bought in the early years. my adolescence. I was in an antique store with my […]

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Mark Hoppus plays bass for the first time since being diagnosed with cancer

Mark Hoppus recently sat down to play his bass guitar for the first time since being diagnosed with cancer during an online broadcast on Twitch. In the stream, the Blink-182 bassist said, “Not only is this the first time I’ve tried playing these songs in over a year, it’s the first time I’ve felt good […]

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DIY: Everything about the buttons and switches of your electric guitar

My well-traveled and heavily abused ’90s edition is now loud, lumpy, scratched and wobbly in the buttons. But if there’s no Echoplex or Space Echo on hand, no delay sounds better or is as fun to use. The way he encourages performative and improvised delay expressions means that I will always deliver a cool sound, […]

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Vola Guitars offers a new take on classic electric guitar design with its refreshed OZ and Vasti models

Japanese Vola Guitars have released updated versions of their OZ and Vasti solid bodies electric guitars, with beautifully sculpted S and T types, featuring a new neck sculpture and a host of luxurious amenities. The OZ V3 MC is a bold riff on the quintessential Superstrat style format, with a Vola VHC humbucker in the […]

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Review: Cort Gold-Edge Electro-Acoustic Guitar

Extract from the September / October 2021 issue of Acoustic guitar | By Kate Koenig Founded in 1973, South Korean maker Cort Guitars is not a typical brand. The company was once known for its low-cost copies of classic American guitars. But in recent years, Cort’s offerings have taken on a more distinctive style, borrowing […]

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Gordon Smith Guitars presents the Gatsby, his first offset electric guitar | Guitar.com

Gordon Smith Guitars officially presented the Gatsby, the brand’s first offset model, which comes with P-90s and several colorways. The Gatsby is available in five solid color finishes on a poplar body, as well as two translucent finishes on Swamp Ash. Both versions feature a maple neck and fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets, along […]

Violin

I stopped playing the violin when I was 20. It really wasn’t too late to start over.

I was 20 when I stopped playing the violin. For years, I felt like I had lost a part of myself. During those years, I moved several times to the Northeast and twice to the Midwest, and wherever I went my violin accompanied me. Once, I even took him in a motorhome. But I hardly […]

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July 25 – Dixon Violin Concert at Martin Road Park in Ferndale • Oakland County Times

July 25 – Dixon Violin Concert at Martin Road Park in Ferndale July 25 – Dixon Violin Concert at Martin Road Park in Ferndale Ferndale, MI- Join us for a rare opportunity to experience Dixon’s spellbinding music, as seen on TED.com, at Electric Forest, & Burning Man. ** Please bring your own chairs, blankets and […]

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Boss launches its very first electric guitar, the Eurus GS-1 equipped with a synth

In one of the most surprising hardware announcements of the year so far, effects pedal and guitar amp specialist Boss has unveiled its first-ever electric guitar, the Eurus GS-1. Described by Boss President Yoshi Ikegami as a tool to “take your musical vision where it’s never gone”, the elegantly styled six-string features an array of […]

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The Electric Violin Twins are no strangers to the Redlands music scene | New

Jason and Nolan Livesay, the Electric Violin Twins, are from Southern California. Courtesy photo Jason and Nolan Livesay are no strangers to Redlands theatergoers. Their original theatrical musical scores have graced the LifeHouse Theater stage for years. Nolan’s score with Michael Tennant for the musical “Moses” is on view at LifeHouse through Sunday August 15th. […]

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Boss’s first electric guitar comes with a built-in synthesizer

Best known for its boxy guitar and bass effects pedals, Boss also makes amplifiers, wireless systems, drum machines, and many accessories. And now the Roland-owned company has made its own guitar, which has a built-in synthesizer and Bluetooth. The Eurus GS-1 electronic guitar has a staggered alder body in matte black with Eurus humbuckers at […]

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Watch the World Premiere of John Williams’ Violin Concerto No. 2 at Tanglewood |

Watch the world premiere of John Williams’ Violin Concerto No.2 of Tanglewood 2021, just one day after the live event, on Deutsche Grammophon’s online platform DG stage July 25, 2021 at 9 p.m. (CEST). John Williams conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra and virtuoso violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, to whom he dedicated the work, is the featured […]

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Kennedy Center Honoree Midori to play violin with the National Repertory Orchestra

Kennedy Center Honoree Midori is visiting Summit County for two performances this weekend. She will perform with the National Repertory Orchestra on Friday July 9 and Saturday July 10.Photo by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Breckenridge’s National Repertory Orchestra has performed regularly this summer since its season began on June 26, and the nonprofit focused on educating young […]

Bass guitar

Bass guitar smashed at Clash gig to join relics at Museum of London | Shock

It’s frankly in fine condition after being smashed in anger by The Clash bassist Paul Simonon, but a guitar that’s a slice of rock history will join Roman mosaics and 15th-century altar paintings this month. century to help tell the story of Britain’s capital. The Museum of London has announced that the exploded parts of […]

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Seal skin mittens are cool, but what about a bass guitar? This is exactly what this musician from St. John’s did

Musician Evan Mercer made a unique change to his bass guitar, wrapping it in sealskin. (Evan Mercer / Instagram) When musician Evan Mercer brought his Mexican jazz bass guitar to O’Brien’s Music in St. John’s, he wasn’t sure if the idea he had in mind would be possible. All he knew was that he would […]

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The urge to destroy a violin

Since last summer, the Instagram account @violintorture offered a response to the secular craft of violin making or violin making. “Can you still play the violin after cutting it up?” The creator of the account, Tyler Thackray, asked before sawing an instrument in three, to celebrate his ten thousandth disciple. (The answer, in a way, […]

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Paul Gilbert Donates Super Rare Ibanez PGM90HAM Electric Guitar to Jason Becker Fundraiser

Paul Gilbert became the last top guitarist to donate a electric guitar from his personal collection to help raise funds for the medical expenses of pioneer Jason Becker. The super rare signature Ibanez PGM90HAM will be on sale at the official Jason Becker Reverb store to help pay for Becker’s medical bills. Becker, who has […]

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BMW to host concert in Trafalgar Square with violin prodigy Leia Zhu

If you find yourself in the vicinity of Trafalgar Square on August 15, you might want to get there around 6:30 p.m. That’s because BMW will be hosting a free concert around this time, featuring the London Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle and 14-year-old violin prodigy Leia Zhu. This will be […]