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Rippin’ it with Gibsons: Photographer Jerome Brunet’s Stunning Performance Shots

Russell Hall
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08.22.2016

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Jerome Brunet’s work in photography has earned him a stellar reputation. His award-winning shots have been published in Rolling Stone, Time, American Photo, Guitar World, Vanity Fair, and countless other prestigious publications. Here we present beautiful samplings of Brunet’s work, along with his comments about each image.
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Interview: Red Sun Rising Talk Les Pauls and a Rock Revolution

Anne Erickson
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08.15.2016

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Red Sun Rising's Ryan Williams and Mike Protich talk Gibson Les Pauls, modern rock music and more.
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This Week in Rock History, Aug. 15 - 21

Russell Hall
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08.15.2016

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Historically speaking, the third week in August has yielded a trove of memorable rock and roll-related events. In 1964, The Beatles launched their first-ever American tour. In 1979, Led Zeppelin released their final studio album. And in 1991, Nirvana filmed the video for “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”
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Paul McCartney: Ten Little-Known Facts about the Former Beatle

Russell Hall
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08.11.2016

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Few lives have been as thoroughly documented as the life of Paul McCartney. Scores of biographies have been written, many filled with the minutest details about the former Beatle. Still, we managed to uncover a handful of less-well-known tidbits about Sir Paul’s remarkable life.
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Gibson Tone Tips: Home Tone vs. Gig Tone

Dave Hunter
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08.10.2016

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In this installment of Gibson Tone Tips, I want to expend a few words on the concept of “home tone” vs. “gig tone”. This is something that experienced performing musicians know intuitively, but which often slaps newcomers to the live venue right in the face when they come up against it for the first time.
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10 Classic Rock Guitar Intros

Russell Hall
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08.09.2016

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A great guitar intro often sets the tone for everything that comes in its wake. Rock history is loaded with terrific examples, but below we’ve compiled ten intros that set an especially high standard.
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This Week in Rock History, August 8 - 14

Daniel Eriksson
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08.08.2016

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On August 12 it's been seven years since the great Les Paul passed away, and Jerry Garcia has been gone for twenty-one years, which is really hard to believe. Some more joyous events during this week include the birth of U2 guitarist The Edge, as well as the release of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ debut album and Metallica's self-titled “Black Album." Read on for more!
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It's Not Wrong if it Sounds Good - Five Guitar Pick Alternatives

Daniel Eriksson
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08.05.2016

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Here are five guitarists who have made a name for themselves playing guitar using unconventional guitar picks or body parts.
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Jimmy Page’s Les Paul Legacy

Ted Drozdowski
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08.04.2016

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Nineteen-sixty-nine was a banner year for rock ‘n’ roll. Besides Woodstock, it was the year of the MC5’s Kick Out the Jams, The Stooges, the Stones’ Let It Bleed, Zappa’s Hot Rats, Fleetwood Mac’s Then Play On, King Crimson’s In the Court of the Crimson King, Blind Faith, Captain Beefheart’s Trout Mask Replica, Dylan’s Nashville Skyline, Abbey Road, Santana, Sly & the Family Stone’s Stand, and many more.
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Iconic Blues Riffs & Melodies

Daniel Eriksson
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08.03.2016

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Today I thought I would list some of my favorite blues riffs and melodies. Who knows, maybe they will inspire you to try out something new the next time you pick up the guitar!
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