Independent film company Loud and Louder has launched a 60-day campaign to raise the finishing funds forTurn It UP!, a feature-length documentary celebrating the electric guitar.
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For an electric violinist barely old enough to legally buy a drink in the United States, Ginny Luke has enjoyed her share of worldly experiences.
Don’t try to pin a specific music genre on Southern California indie rockers Infantree. When listening to their latest album, a ton of influences come to mind.
With the late-summer 2012 debut of the new American Vintage series ’65 Jazzmaster model, now seems like a good time to review the traditional Jazzmaster control layout …
Concert-style model based on Rancid guitarist’s longtime workhorse acoustic …
A few noteworthy basses nearly as famous (or infamous) as the greats who played them …
As the grand-prize winner of the Fender Take Your Pic contest, Brent Harwell of Rossville, Ga. and his 12-year-old son Asa enjoyed a free trip to Corona, Calif. last week to visit the Fender Visitor Center and tour the factory.
Listening to Muse’s sixth studio album, The 2nd Law, one can’t help but think about Freddie Mercury’s epic rock-opera vocals if they were tracked over a 21st-century techno soundtrack.
For Bob Dylan fans of a particular intensity, the events of 1965-1967 have long since passed from history and biography into legend.
When you hear “Fender,” you invariably think of the big four instruments: the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Precision Bass and Jazz Bass guitars. While those certainly are Leo Fender’s four most revolutionary, acclaimed and enduring stringed creations, there have been many other instruments bearing his name that are noteworthy for the distinctiveness of their design if not household-name status.