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How To Select The Right Guitar Case

Ted Drozdowski
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01.07.2014

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This year’s plethora of new Gibson guitar models — 13 Les Pauls, 7 SGs including 2 basses, and fresh variations on the EB and Midtown basses — are grabbing all the headlines, but the company is also returning one of its most revered and dependable workhorses to service: the brown Tolex hardshell case with the soft, pink plush interior. Most of these new models come with this classic case, which looks great and withstands serious abuse.
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Raw Power: The 2014 Gibson LPJ

Peter Hodgson
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01.03.2014

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For 2014 the LPJ has undergone some changes - including new uncovered pickups which are a little more upfront about screaming 'Gibson USA humbucker!', and other appointments consistent with the 2014 model year innovations. Let's have a closer look.
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Lay It On The Line: Gibson Fingerboard Inlays

Peter Hodgson
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01.02.2014

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We guitarists spend an awful lot of time looking at the necks of our instruments. That's where most of the really fun stuff happens: where you define the melodic contours of your solos, where you shade your chords with sophisticated extensions, where your picking hand ventures to add a little Eddie Van Halen to your lead licks, and where your slide hovers as you make your way around a snaky tune. And it's also a great place to make a statement about yourself, whether you're a player or a builder: your inlay can say "I prefer to keep things simple," or "I like lots of flash," or "I have an appreciation for time-tested classics." Gibson offers a lot of different inlay types which say a lot of different things about the guitarists who play them. Let's look at a few.
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Top Rock Albums of 2013

Chloe Scannapieco
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12.31.2013

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It’s the end of another year, and that means it’s time for Gibson.com’s list of the finest rock albums of 2013.
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R.I.P. - Remembering Artists We Lost in 2013

Russell Hall
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12.30.2013

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A tribute to some great talents we lost this past year.
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What’s Your Favorite Slash Era?

Michael Leonard
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12.28.2013

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It’s now 28 years since Slash started made his name as part of Guns N’Roses. To many, he’ll always “that GN’R guy” and understandably so. But despite the Los Angeles band’s massive impact and sales, Slash has gone onto record much, much more.
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Tommy Tedesco: The Most Famous Guitarist You’ve Never Heard Of

Michael Leonard
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12.26.2013

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Tommy Tedesco’s list of credits remains remarkable. As a go-to player for artists of the day, he played on hits by Elvis Presley (‘68 Comeback Special), The Beach Boys (“Fun Fun Fun” and others), The Monkees (debut album), The Mamas & the Papas, The Everly Brothers, Barbra Streisand, Sam Cooke, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Zappa, Ricky Nelson, Cher, Nancy and Frank Sinatra as well as Richard Harris’s “MacArthur Park,” The Ronettes’ “Be My Baby” and scores more. He was the guitarist on TV themes for Bonanza, The Twilight Zone, Green Acres, M*A*S*H, Starsky & Hutch, Kojak, Batman and many more. Tedesco’s movie credits include The Godfather, Jaws, Mission: Impossible, The French Connection and The Deer Hunter and numerous others.
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Ronnie Wood: How to Play Like The Rolling Stones Legend

Ted Drozdowski
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12.25.2013

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Like many other members of British blues royalty, Ron Wood started playing guitar attempting to emulate his American idols. In Wood’s case, he has specifically cited the music of country bluesmen Blind Willie McTell and Big Bill Broonzy, as well as Chuck Berry. Later, his reference points also included the Beatles, which whom he sought to compete as a member of the Faces.
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10 Cool Christmas Songs With More Heat Than A Yule Log!

Ted Drozdowski
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12.25.2013

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Tired of humdrum Christmas music? No need to humbug the whole genre. Here are 10 Christmas tunes from the obscure to the enduring that will warm up holiday celebrations.
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Metal and Rock Bass Players Get Heavy with Tips for Tone, Groove and More

Anne Erickson
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12.24.2013

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Rock music doesn’t, well, rock without a hard-hitting bass player that remains true to the deep, booming and emotionally-charged low groove that make up the lower end. While Gibson.com is proud to give so much love to guitarists, we also recognize the importance of the rumble of a great bass, and how it can make or break a band. Here are some tips for the many bass players out there, a la the finest bottom-enders in rock and metal.
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