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Superstar Cast of Musicians Jams to 'Ace of Spades' on Gibson Bus

Anne Erickson
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07.21.2016

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Watch members of Shinedown, Halestorm, Megadeth and more jam to Motörhead's "Ace of Spades" on the Gibson bus.
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Landmark Rock and Roll Events, July 18 - 24

Russell Hall
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07.18.2016

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Historically speaking, the third week in July has yielded a trove of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1953, Elvis Presley made his first-ever recordings. In 1976, classic rock icons Deep Purple split up. And in 1987, Guns N’ Roses released their landmark debut album.
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The Mystique of the 1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard

Ted Drozdowski
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07.14.2016

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What's so special about a 1959 Les Paul Standard?
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Interview: Five Finger Death Punch's Jason Hook on His M-4 Sherman, Prince and More

Anne Erickson
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07.13.2016

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Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hook talks about the band’s new album, Got Your Six, his signature Jason Hook M-4 Sherman and more.
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Guitar String Secrets

Michael Leonard
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07.12.2016

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From string materials to string gauge to famous player facts, this primer will help you choose the right guitar strings for you
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Open Tunings for Rock And Metal

Peter Hodgson
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07.12.2016

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Open tunings can be a little more abstract and idiosyncratic than the dropped tunings more commonly found in rock and metal but they can open up all sorts of doors. Here are some tunings used by Periphery, Devin Townsend, The Tea Party and Jimmy Page.
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This Week in Rock History, July 11 - 17

Daniel Eriksson
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07.11.2016

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Elvis signed a recording contract, Bowie's "Space Oddity" was released, as was the debut album by Queen. Read on for more exciting events from the world of rock history!
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Pete Townshend: The Gibson Classic Interview

Russell Hall
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07.05.2016

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Back in 1983, Pete Townshend released the first in a series of CD compilations—titled Scoop, Another Scoop and Scoop 3—that offered an inside look into his approach to making music. Those homespun recordings of demos and rarities—the bulk of which were made in the ‘70s—were anthologized in 2002 on a 2-CD set titled Scooped. In this classic interview, conducted with Townshend in the summer of 2002, we get a fascinating glimpse into the creative mind of one of rock’s greatest artists.
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This Week in Rock History, July 4 – July 10

Anne Erickson
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07.04.2016

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Check out some memorable music events this week in rock, including the birth of Ringo Starr and release of the Who’s “Join Together” in the U.S.
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Gibson Guitar Greats: Scotty Moore

Michael Leonard
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06.30.2016

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A timely look behind the style and great Gibson guitars of rockabilly pioneer, Elvis sideman and all-round legend Scotty Moore who sadly died in June 2016. Who says a “jazz” guitar — be it a Gibson ES-295, L-5 or Super 400 — can't rock? Not Scotty.
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