While at the 2013 NAMM Show, Charvel’s Mike McGregor hooked up with Andertons Music to talk about some of the Pro Mods that are coming this year, including the new So Cal and San Dimas models.
Watch the clip after the jump.
Guitarists Brett Wondrak (upper) and Dominic Dickinson of Cleveland, Ohio, metallers Affiance have officially joined the Charvel stable of artists.
The band recently released
The Campaign, a follow-up to their 2010 debut full-length, No Secrets Revealed.
Currently on tour, visit Affiance’s
Facebook page for a full list of dates.
Photo credit: Nicole Cooke
When filming their music video for “Mirror for My Medusa,” Sirens and Sailors returned to their hometown of Rochester, N.Y., to capture footage of a live performance.
The final product shows the raw energy Sirens and Sailors has been known to bring once they hit the stage.
Check out the video below and visit Sirens and Sailors’
official website for more information.
To celebrate the Nov. 26 release of
Back From the Dead, Adler is giving away a Charvel Desolation DC-2 ST to one lucky fan.
Five others will receive an autographed copy of drummer Steven Adler’s book,
My Appetite for Destruction.
All you need to do to enter is pre-order the album
here for a chance to win.
Bleeding Through’s Dave Nassie recently sat down for an interview in which he talked about the Charvel Desolation series of guitars.
Watch the interview below and visit Bleeding Through’s
official Facebook page to keep up with the band.
The Music Zoo’s Tim Reynolds caught up with Charvel master builder Red Dave at the 2012 Charvel Showcase at NAMM over the weekend, where the two discussed a few amazing one-off guitars.
The axes feature vintage maple that came from some old logs that sat in a lake for years and was harvested by someone at a company called Yankee Veneer.
“He salvaged all this stuff, and now we’re making guitars out of it. It’s just incredible stuff,” remarked Red Dave.
Check out the video below:
Peep this video of Charvel axeman and Keith Urban sideman Brian Nutter giving his take on AC/DC’s “Long Way to the Top” during a recent
Get Closer world tour show at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit.