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Angel Vivaldi and Andy James Release New Video for ‘Wave of Synergy’

Posted on August 28th, 2017 by Chrissy Mauck

Angel Vivaldi and Andy James, who are about to head to Europe for the “Wave of Synergy” tour, have shared a new music video for the track of the same name.

Watch the two exchange guitar wizardry in the video below. Interested in seeing them live? Click here for VIP Masterclass Tickets and here for General Admission Tickets.

Angel Vivaldi Drops New Video for ‘Dopamine’ Featuring Oli Herbert

Posted on August 18th, 2017 by Chrissy Mauck

Angel Vivaldi has unveiled the music video for his single “Dopamine,” and it features the New Jersey guitar virtuoso whipping up an instrumental storm with his new Charvel Custom Shop 7-string.

The song also features a killer solo by another guitar maestro as Oli Herbert of All That Remains makes a guest appearance.

The track will appear on Vivaldi’s upcoming album Synapse, due out Oct. 6, and you can get it plus an additional single by placing your pre-order here.

Total Guitar Calls the Joe Duplantier Pro-Mod ‘One of the Most Exciting Mid-Priced Electrics of the Year’

Posted on August 17th, 2017 by Morgan Brunner

In the July issue of UK’s Total Guitar magazine, editor Jonathan Horsley reviewed the Joe Duplantier Signature Pro-Mod San Dimas Style 2 HH.

Duplantier has described his original signature model as a “killing machine with class,” and the new, moderately priced addition incorporates similar elements.  Featuring a single-cutaway mahogany body stacked with a set of super-hot custom-wound Duncan Designed HB-103 humbucking pickups, the new Pro-Mod version is primed for battle.

“Duplantier’s tone balances low-end power with a harmonic brilliance, typified by his trademark pick scrapes and natural harmonics, and those sorts of metal pyrotechnics are mother’s milk to his Signature Model,” wrote Horsley. “Played clean the Pro-Mod is persuasive with lots of gutsy Americana twang from the bridge pickup, with warmer woodier cream in the neck – perfect for creepy intros or blues, while cranking up the gain sees the Duplantier in its element.”

His final verdict?

“Its wholly shreddable playability and monstrous tone make it one of the most exciting mid-priced electrics of the year,” concludes Horsley.

Purchase the latest issue of Total Guitar here to get more terrific product reviews!

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