Watch: Slash, Joe Perry and more are camp counselors in Rock Camp documentary film

Guitar.com | All Things Guitar Slash, Joe Perry and a slew of other rock legends are set to appear in the upcoming documentary film Rock Camp. The flick chronicles the famed Rock ’N’ Roll Fantasy camp, which for over two decades has given fans the opportunity to learn from and jam with their favourite rock … Continue reading Watch: Slash, Joe Perry and more are camp counselors in Rock Camp documentary film

10 Common Beginner Guitar Student Question and Answers

TheGuitarLesson.com This post appeared first at 10 Common Beginner Guitar Student Question and Answers on TheGuitarLesson.com, thanks for reading. If you’ve ever contacted me on any guitar related question, you’ll know that I answer all of my students’ questions personally. I love doing so for people learning from our beginner guitar lessons. There are a … Continue reading 10 Common Beginner Guitar Student Question and Answers

Jamie Cullum Delivers Festive Cheer With Yamaha S6 Grand Piano

Pianos – Keyboard and Synths – Music Instrument News Singer Songwriter Jamie Callum has delivered festive cheer to Frith Manor Primary School after being announced the competition winners of this unique Yamaha S6 Grand Piano. The S6 from Yamaha was Jamie’s personal piano, which he has used in the studio, on tour and at the … Continue reading Jamie Cullum Delivers Festive Cheer With Yamaha S6 Grand Piano

Black Lion Audio Announces Availability Of PG-XLM & PG-X As Best-In-Class Power Conditioning

Pro Audio and Studio – Music Instrument News Boutique audio company Black Lion Audio is proud to announce availability of the PG-XLM Power Conditioner and PG-X Power Conditioner — providing best-in-class professional power conditioning as affordable 1U rack-mounting must-haves with PG-90 Filtering technology providing an average of 90% of noise filtering — as of December … Continue reading Black Lion Audio Announces Availability Of PG-XLM & PG-X As Best-In-Class Power Conditioning

Guitar Legends: Eric Clapton Pt 2 – from Layla to the Crossroads

Guitar.com | All Things Guitar As Eric Clapton entered the 1970s, he changed style drastically from the fire and brimstone blues power of his 60s releases (see Guitar Legends: Eric Clapton Part 1). His final collaboration of the 60s, with Delaney and Bonnie (Bramlett) clearly made a big impression. He settled into a much more … Continue reading Guitar Legends: Eric Clapton Pt 2 – from Layla to the Crossroads

Petition for visa-free touring after Brexit deal exceeds 150,000 signatures

Guitar.com | All Things Guitar A petition for the government to secure visa-free travel for British artists after the Brexit transition period has exceeded 150,000 signatures. This is significantly past the 100,000 mark required to be considered for debate in parliament. The petition specifically requests the UK government “negotiate a free cultural work permit” for … Continue reading Petition for visa-free touring after Brexit deal exceeds 150,000 signatures

Five of the most common piano mistakes beginners make

Piano Blog by Skoove – Piano Practice Tips Learning to play the piano offers you wonderful opportunities for personal expression and enjoyment. Balancing this with familiarity of the most common mistakes on piano empowers you to speed up your progress! 1. Placing note accuracy above all else It is not only about playing the right … Continue reading Five of the most common piano mistakes beginners make

Listen: Eddie Vedder covers Bruce Springsteen’s Growin’ Up

Guitar.com | All Things Guitar Eddie Vedder has shared a stripped-back cover of Bruce Springsteen’s Growin’ Up – take a listen to it above. Read more: Pearl Jam’s best live guitar moments, ranked Growin’ Up is a song that first appeared on Springsteen’s 1973 debut album, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.  The track is as … Continue reading Listen: Eddie Vedder covers Bruce Springsteen’s Growin’ Up

“I consciously try to not turn the guitar up too much!”: Slow Pulp on finding balance on new LP Moveys

Guitar.com | All Things Guitar Slow Pulp’s journey towards their debut album has been an unexpected one for the Chicago band. Through personal tragedies and health issues, Moveys became something entirely different from what the band had initially planned. The initial blow being singer Emily Massey receiving a diagnosis of Lyme disease and chronic mono. To … Continue reading “I consciously try to not turn the guitar up too much!”: Slow Pulp on finding balance on new LP Moveys