Joining other playful mid-'60s, cultural icons such as the Ford Mustang, NBC's "The Monkees" TV show, the Beatles' "Nowhere Man" and Cassius Clay, the high-water mark of original Japanese design from the '60s, the Teisco Del Rey Spectrum 5. It is one of the most sought-after imported guitars among many aficionados. And with good reason. Click to read more
Forget about the classic quartet. Forget the power trio. Forget any preconceived shortcomings you may have concerning a rock-and-roll duo. There's no denying it — the Black Keys crank out impressive noise.
As one half of the band — drummer Patrick Carney — once joked, "We're normally a 12-piece jazz big-band, but the other 10 pieces just couldn't be with us on this tour."
Carney and guitarist/vocalist Dan Auerbach's current tour in support of their latest album, El Camino (Nonesuch Records), will take them on a five-month jaunt around the globe and across North America. Along the way, they'll headline at stadiums and arenas, including two sold-out nights at New York City's Madison Square Garden. Click to read more
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For guitarheads, October is a very special time for a couple of reasons. One is the Arlington Guitar Show, which happens the third weekend. The other is the release of The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide. You know it as the industry's leading source of pricing information on vintage and recent-model
guitars, amps, basses, effect pedals, mandolins, lap steels, ukuleles, and banjos.
If you order the Price Guide 2013 before it arrives in our warehouse October 15th, we will ship it to you first (even before we send it to stores)! Get your Guide Now for $24.95, you will save $5.00 off the regular price and we'll pay shipping (Free Shipping in U.S.; $5.95 in Canada, $7.95 in all other countries). Click here to order