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Keith Richards – Guitarist of The Rolling Stones

July 28, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 



keith-richards-guitarist-the-rolling-stonesRolling Stones are one of the greatest rock bands of all time, so of course everyone should be familiar with this band. You have heard their music, you watched their biography on VH1, and you probably even see people wearing a Rolling Stones logoed t-shirts every day. It is safe to say that this band has made themselves into something bigger than life. Read more

Gibson Introduces Slash Appetite for Destruction Les Paul Guitar

March 12, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

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From his groundbreaking work with Gn’R, to Slash’s Snakepit, to Velvet Revolver and numerous acclaimed solo and side projects, Slash has continued to embody the ultimate rebel rocker, putting addictive licks and eviscerating tone above all else, and throughout he has continued to do it on a Les Paul. To honor this achievement, Gibson introduces the Slash Appetite for Destruction Les Paul, a guitar equipped with the finest features of the original Les Paul Standards of 1958-’60, and the added punch of Seymour Duncan Signature Series Alnico II Pro Slash humbucking pickups. Read more

Paul Phillips Puddle Of Mudd – Interview

March 2, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Paul Phillips Puddle Of Mudd - InterviewI sat down with Puddle of Mudd’s guitarist, Paul Phillips, 4 hours before the Traverse City, Michigan show at Ground Zero was about to kick off. I was on stage shooting some images of Paul’s equipment and talking with Paul’s tech guy, Sparky, before Paul showed up for our meeting. Sparky walked me through Paul’s equipment, how he tunes his guitars, how the rack equipment is all connected and showed me the night’s set list, all of which I have taken pictures for you, the Gear-Vault readers, to see. Read more

Paul Phillips Puddle of Mudd – Rig & Set List

February 24, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN — GROUND ZERO–Paul Phillips, guitarist of Puddle of Mudd, rig and set list images from the show at Ground Zero.

This is part two of three for the GEAR-VAULT / MUDD experience at Ground Zero on February 19th 2010. Read the Gear-Vault and Paul Phillips face-to-face interview.

Puddle of Mudd Set List
Puddle of Mudd Set List
NOTE: See Tiger C, Red C#, Blonde STND. That is the guitar Paul plays for that song and the tuning used for that song.

Paul Phillips Puddle of Mudd PRS Guitars
Paul Phillips Guitars
PRS 22 Tiger
PRS 22 Red
PRS 24 Blonde
Gibson Les Paul Snake

Paul Phillips Pedal board Case G17
Paul Phillips Pedal board Case G17
Voodoo Lab Pedal Power
Vox Wah Pedal
Boss TU-2
GCX Control Pedal Board
Ernie Ball VPJR

Paul Phillips G-11 GTR Rack Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier
Paul Phillips G-11 GTR Rack
Mesa Boogie Triple REC
Mesa Boogie Triple REC
Furman PL-Plus II
Shure U4D
Shure U4D
Whirlwind Multi Selector
Ground Control Pedal

Paul Phillips G-12 GTR Rack Line 6 POD XT PRO boss
Paul Phillips G-12 GTR Rack
Furman PL-8
Line 6 POD XT PRO
Line 6 POD XT PRO
CryBaby DCR-ISR
Ground Control GCX
Voodo Labs Pedal Power
Boss NS-2
Boss CH-1
Boss RV-3
Boss PH-2
MXR Phase 90
CryBaby DCR-ISR
Ground Control GCX
Voodo Labs Pedal Power
Boss NS-2
Boss CH-1
Boss RV-3
Boss PH-2
MXR Phase 90
Mesa Boogie Stereo Z:100

paul phillips rig mesa boogie recto marshall 1960
Paul Phillips G-13 Gtr Cab
Mesa Boogie 4×12 Gtr Cab
Paul Phillips G-14 Gtr Cab
Mesa Boogie 4×12 Gtr Cab
Paul Phillips G-15 Gtr Cab
Marshall 1960b 4×12
Paul Phillips G-16 Gtr Cab
Marshall 1960b 4×12

Paul Phillips of Puddle of Mudd Rig Images

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Puddle of Mudd – Guitarist Paul Phillips

February 20, 2010 by · 4 Comments 

Puddle of Mudd - Guitarist Paul PhillipsGround Zero- Traverse City, Michigan — The meeting of Puddle of Mudd’s guitarist, Paul Phillips… and crew. Read more

Is It Wrong To Be Popular?

September 24, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Guitar player on stage at concertMusic is a funny thing. From the time we are first inspired to pick up the guitar or any other instrument, most of us dream of stardom. Our fantasies are filled with visions of sold-out world tours, buses, hotel trashing, groupie wrangling, and all the rest. We dream of legions of loyal fans supporting us and our creative efforts who buy each CD we release, wear our t-shirts, and come out to our shows. Read more

Iron Maiden Dave Murray’s 1957 Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar

September 10, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Iron Maiden Dave Murray’s 1957 Fender Stratocaster Electric Guita“There’s a little bit of history behind the guitar,”says veteran Iron Maiden guitarist Dave Murray of the 1957 Strat he used to produce the wailing sounds heard on each of Iron Maiden’s first eight albums. “It used to belong to Paul Kossoff of Free. I bought it in 1976, a year after he died. Read more

9 year old guitarist rocks on guitar

July 18, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Young Tallan Nobel Latz is a name to remember. After you watch the video below you’ll know why.

A 9-year-old who plays blues guitar? Sounds like perfect fodder for a talent show. With an interest in “rocky blues,” this little soul man wows the audience with his technical prowess. As host Nick Cannon exclaims, “Tallan got talent!” The boy has class, too — he says he’d like to win the prize money so his mom can quit her job and they can spend more time together.

This kid can teach me how to play guitar!

On another note, check out this sweet axe – DBZ Croc Skin Bolero Guitar

DBZ Guitars Croc Skin Bolero

Metallica vs. Megadeth

July 10, 2009 by · 90 Comments 

Metallica vs. Megadeth

Metallica and Megadeth are both thrash metal pioneers who helped usher in the modern era of heavy metal and both bands have enjoyed great success and popularity amongst rock music fans the world over. The question before us today is simply which band is better, which is a subject sure to cause much controversy and discussion. Both bands are part of the Big Four (along with Anthrax and Slayer) that redefined metal music in the 1980’s and provided an alternative to the many hairspray-addicted bands that dominated the radio during that time. Both bands have maintained long careers and kept their identities and their fan bases through up and down periods and the inevitable lineup changes that most bands with such long histories must endure. Read more

Video: Joe Satriani’s Chickenfoot Pedalboard and Gear

May 29, 2009 by · 12 Comments 

Below is a picture of Satriani’s pedalboard that he uses with his new band Chickenfoot. Can you guess what those pedals are? Read more

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