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Archive for March 22nd, 2018

NeoGeofanatic Posts New San Dimas 7-String Demo

Posted on March 22nd, 2018 by Chrissy Mauck

French guitar instructor and YouTube sensation NeoGeofanatic has posted a new video demo of the Charvel Pro-Mod San Dimas Style 2-7 HH HT Ash.

With its fierce Charcoal Gray finish, this 7-string axe can handle anything you throw at it, as Neo demonstrates.

“This guitar is a hell of a 7-string, can ring as good in full humbucker mode as the split-coil mode,” he noted in his video description.

Watch the clip below …

Melodic Master Angel Vivaldi Drops New Video for ‘Endorphin’

Posted on March 15th, 2018 by Ryan Chadwick

The melodic master Angel Vivaldi continues his YouTube dominance with another video for his track “Endorphin” off latest album SYNAPSE.

The guitarist’s latest video showcases the perfect blend of effortless musicianship and beautiful intonation that his rabid fans have come to expect. The clip also gives fans an up close look at the latest prototype for Vivaldi’s signature Charvel model. Master Builder Joe Williams hand delivered this beautiful beast to Vivaldi during the 2018 NAMM Show in late January.

“Joe Williams is brillaint,” said Vivaldi during an exclusive interview with Charvel. “Three prototypes over the course of maybe four to five months and that’s all it needed. He just went above and beyond. He really knows the modern guitarist struggle and hustle.”

Get a good look at Vivaldi’s new Charvel by watching “Endorphin” Below.

Watch Henrik Danhage’s Sunday Solo

Posted on March 7th, 2018 by Ryan Chadwick

Swedish guitarist Henrik Danhage delighted his Facebook fans on a recent Sunday morning by uploading an amazing new video of himself performing a dreamy solo on his custom shop Charvel.

The Evergrey artist was caught on stage thanks to a trusty fan and his/her cell phone camera.

“Thank you all for the awesome support beautiful people of the internet,” said Danhage on his Facebook page. “A killer guitar, an amazing amp, two cheap delays and a pair of decent hands and voila. And an awesome keyboard player backing you up of course.”

Watch the video below and be sure to follow Henrik Danhage on Facebook by CLICKING HERE.

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