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Dave Mustaine’s guitar tech appears to show first look at signature Gibson Les Paul

Dave Mustaine‘s guitar tech seems to have given fans a first look at a Mustaine signature Les Paul. A recent Instagram post from Mustaine’s guitar tech Bryan Jones showed off what seems to be a Gibson Les Paul with Dave Mustaine’s signature fret markers and 24 frets. No further details have been released at this time, but the guitar appears to sport Mustaine’s signature Seymour Duncan pickups.
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Guitar Gabby’s Roads to Empowerment

Atlanta-based musician-lawyer-entrepreneur Gabriella Logan—aka Guitar Gabby—has an engine that’s always humming. This is doubly interesting since Gabby used to build and break apart cars in her youth. The artist, who founded the growing musical collective known as The TxLips Band, works as an advocate, teacher, consultant, and more, striving to empower communities and grow collaborative possibilities wherever she travels.
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Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood Pay Tribute to Christine McVie

Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood issued personal statements in tribute to Fleetwood Mac bandmate Christine McVie, who died today (November 30) at age 79. “This is a day where my dear, sweet friend, Christine McVie, has taken flight and left us earthbound folks to listen with bated breath to the sounds of the ‘song bird’ reminding one and all that love is all around us to reach for and touch in this precious life that is gifted to us. Part of my heart has flown away today. I will miss everything about you, Christine McVie. Memories abound…they fly to me.”
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KT Tunstall and the Mystery of Songwriting

Looking for a compact, “noiseless” way to plug in and play guitar? You can find the Gibson Digital Amp only in the Gibson App. The Gibson App simplifies learning and makes guitar playing fun for current and future guitarists. It is intuitive, complete, and modern. The Gibson App will help you take your playing to the next level. The Gibson Digital Amp is a new addition to the Gibson App. This amp is ideal for beginners, intermediate and professional players alike. The Gibson Digital Amp, an amplifier that can be used with both electric and acoustic guitars, is now available for Apple/iOS users. An Android version will follow next year.
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The bass remains the same: How they made the Manson John Paul Jones E-Bass identical to the Led Zeppelin legend’s actual bass

JPJ’s long-serving guitar tech, Hugh Manson, on the making of his high-profile signature model. As a founder member of one of the most enduring rock bands in history, John Paul Jones needs little in the way of introduction as a bona fide bass guitar hero. His superstardom with Led Zep in the 70s inspired a generation, and his 2009 return to rock’s top table with Josh Homme and Dave Grohl in Them Crooked Vultures only underlined his standing as one of the all-time greats.
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Gibson Unveils New Digital Amp

Looking for a compact, “noiseless” way to plug in and play guitar? Check out the brand-new Gibson Digital Amp, available only in the Gibson App. The new Gibson App simplifies the learning process and brings guitar playing to life for the current and next generation of guitarists in a modern, comprehensive, and intuitive way. The Gibson App is the place to take your guitar playing to the next level. New to the Gibson App is the Gibson Digital Amp, the ultimate starting amplifier for beginners and a flexible amp on-the-go for intermediate players and pros to get their sound anywhere. The Gibson Digital Amp is an accessible amplifier for both acoustic and electric guitars, and is currently available for Apple/iOS users--an Android version will debut next year.
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What Happened To Mike Clement? How Did Guitar Tech Die? Cause Of Death Explained

Mike Clement, a longtime guitar technician for Tony Iommi is unfortunately no more among his family and friends as his untimed passing took place on Monday, 28th of November 2022 at his residence. As soon as the news is getting circulated on social networking sites untold reactions commenced hitting the headlines as no one had even imagined that he would leave the globe in a certain manner. Thus, untold are expressing their immense grief as losing someone close to us is more painful than anything in this world. Below you can explore everything you need to know along with some unknown facts.
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How Did Mike Clement Die? Tony Iommi Quitar Tech Cause of Death Explained

Mike Clement, a longtime guitar technician for Tony Iommi, has passed away. Tony Iommi, a longtime member of Black Sabbath, is in sadness at the passing of guitar tech Mike Clement, one of his closest friends. Clement passed away on Monday (Nov. 28). Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi announced the...
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Guitar Gear Gems: More Mustaine signature guitars?

This week on Guitar Gear Gems we check out the latest Gibson teasers for two new Epiphone and Gibson Dave Mustaine models. These follow on from the recent announcement of an Explorer for the Megadeth frontman. It could be a very heavy release schedule for Mustaine’s signature guitars in the not-too-distant future.

Tony Iommi Mourns the Death of His Longtime Guitar Tech Mike Clement

Longtime Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi is mourning the death of one of his closest associates, guitar tech Mike Clement. Clement died Monday morning (Nov. 28). "It’s a very sad day for me today," wrote Iommi on social media. "Mike Clement my dear old friend and my guitar tech for the last 33yrs passed away this morning. Mike was a really lovely man very loyal and I could depend on him 100%. My deepest condolences go out to his family and his many friends. RIP - Tony."
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TONY IOMMI's Longtime Guitar Tech MIKE CLEMENT Dies

Tony Iommi's longtime guitar tech Mike Clement passed away earlier today (Monday, November 28). The news of his death comes seven months after it was reported that Mike was in "an induced coma" after taking a "serious tumble while working at his business." The legendary BLACK SABBATH guitarist shared a...
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