To highlight VG’s “Pop ’N Hiss” feature on the ’80 classic “Eat ’Em and Smile” by David Lee Roth, Billy Sheehan offered to give a guided tour of the famed “Wife” bass he used on the album. He also digs into the Yamaha BB3000 he used on that tour and for Roth’s next album. Read the piece in the January issue. READ NOW!!
Popa Chubby and his famed ’66 Fender Strat/’65 Princeton Reverb (with an Eminence Lil Buddy) team up to play “Angel On My Shoulder” from his new best-of, “Prime Cuts.” His wicked tone is built with help from a Wampler Faux Tape Echo V2, a TC Electronic Vortex Flanger, Maxxon OD808, J. Rockett Archer Ikon boost, and a Dunlop Cry Baby Mini. Read our interview with Popa in the January issue. READ NOW!!