In this Johnny Jones interview video clip, the guitarist compares the style of Blues guitar legend BB King to guitar master Wayne Bennett & shows how pleasing Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer Bobby Blue Bland was in the electric guitar string bend.
In this video clip, guitarist Travis Wommack shares his musical style and guitar technique. The Fastest Guitar Player In The South demonstrates how chicken pickinâ is done with a guitar pick and guitar stuttering is done without.
In this video clip, guitarist Travis Wammack remembers teaming with legendary music producer Rick Hall and playing guitar for American music legends Aretha Franklin, Paul Anka, The Righteous Brothers and more.
Any guitar lover will see a resemblance to the classic ES 335 but the new electric guitar from Gibson, the 339, delivers semi hollow body sound from a solid body sized guitar. The new guitar feels like a Les Paul but sounds like the Gibson 335.
This video clip features The Fastest Guitar Player In The South playing his Gibson ES-335. The Memphis Music Hall of Fame guitarist reflects on the time he tried the Maestro Fuzz Box & âScratchyâ was on the American music hit list for 9 months.
Watch proud American craftsmen build a piano in this video clip. Roughly 100 skilled workers bring many piano parts together to make a Baldwin Grand Piano sound perfect so that piano players around the world can enjoy pianos that are made in the USA.
In this interview video clip, guitarist Johnny Jones reflects on a guitar battle with Rock music legend guitar player Jimi Hendrix. The Blues music legend recalls that the winner played a Gibson guitar.
In this video clip, Duane Eddy narrates how to build a vintage Gibson style guitar. See workers at the Gibson Custom Shop, turn wood into the handcrafted Les Paul reissue guitars that are part of the Vintage Original Spec series.
Video clip interview where Scotty Moore talks about the 68 Comeback Special that rocketed Elvis back to stardom. The guitarist talks about the tough moment he swapped his Gibson electric guitar and amp for The King of Rock n Rollâs acoustic guitar.
The Studio 15R All Access Electric Pack online video clip gives electric guitar players a good reason to buy Epiphone. The sleek guitar amplifier, amplifier headphones, guitar gig-bag, digital tuner, bass guitar strap & audio cable are all included.
In this video clip, guitarist Johnny Jones sings Mystery Train, the Blues music classic made famous by Elvis Presley. Hear the old school blues artist play guitar (his Gibson ES-345) and talk about four chords, Robert Lockwood and Robert Johnson.
The Studio 15B All Access Bass Pack video commercial gives bass guitar players a good reason to buy Epiphone. The guitar amplifier, amplifier headphones guitar gig-bag, digital tuner, bass guitar strap and audio cable are all included.
In this Frank Hannon interview video clip, the Telsa hard rock band member describes why he chose his Gibson electric guitar. This lead guitarist says his Gibson is a 63âreissue guitar that vibrates and is full of rock guitar feedback.
Youâll see in this video clip that Cheetah Chrome, lead guitarist of Punk Rock band The Dead Boys, is very much alive. Watch him play guitar on his Les Paul Gibson, like the Rock and Roll legend he is.
American Guitar Legend Scotty Moore led the 1950âs Rockabilly music scene. In this interview video clip he reflects on his first time buying a Gibson guitar and on meeting Elvis Presley, both instances led to Rock and Roll history.
This video features Punk Rock guitarist Cheetah Chrome, doing chord-by-chord demo of Sonic Reducer, on his Les Paul Gibson. Any guitar player, who wants to learn how to play the guitar Rock music classic, should watch this video clip.
In this Clint Walsh interview video clip, Gnarls Barkleyâs guitar player describes how his Gibson electric guitar has a retro guitar sound that letâs his music flow without competing with other Gnarls Barkley band members.
In this interview video clip, lead guitarist Scotty Moore shares how happy accidents with Elvis Presley on rhythm guitar and Bill Black on bass guitar led to Rock and Roll history. That's All Right was the first single released by Elvis.