History of Marshall Guitar Amplifiers

September 15, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

History of Marshall AmplifiersMarshall is one of the most reputed guitar amplifier manufacturers in the world. The history of Marshall Amplifiers is a really interesting one and the company with its excellent products has indeed rewritten the way a genre of music is heard! Many guitarists to date prefer the signature Marshall “crunch sound” which only Marshal amps can deliver. The company throughout its history has indeed developed many models which have been extremely well received by both veteran and entry level players and it continues to do so till date. Read more

Zakk Wylde vs Gus G – Who is better?

July 5, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Gus G vs Zakk WyldeOh God, not another one of those articles. You know, when I was given this subject to write about, I wasn’t all that thrilled. But the more I read fans’ answers, and the more I thought about how these are usually done, I warmed to the idea rather well. Read more

Epiphone Flying VeeWee Bullseye Zakk Pakk Electric Guitar Value Pack

November 24, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 


If you are just learning to play guitar and want to have a professional quality amp and guitar, then you should definitely consider the Epiphone Flying VeeWee Bullseye Zakk Pakk. This set includes an electric guitar, an amplifier, a gig case, the cords needed for connecting the amp and guitar, and three guitar picks from the Zakk Wylde signature line. Read more

Epiphone Zakk Wylde Graveyard Disciple Electric Guitar

October 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Epiphone Zakk Wylde “Graveyard Disciple” Limited Edition Guitar

Zakk Wylde is one of the most iconic heavy metal guitarists of our time and has had his praises sung far and wide. From his years with Ozzy Osbourne to fronting his own band, Black Label Society, Wylde has proved his point time and again and is considered by many to be the last of the true guitar heroes. Read more

Zakk Wylde Gibson Custom Shop Bullseye Flying V

September 20, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Zakk Wylde Gibson Custom Shop Bullseye Flying V

Zakk Wylde–guitarist of Ozzy Osbourn and Black Label Society–has his own line of Bullseye guitars with Gibson USA. Similar to the other Zakk Wylde Gibson Les Paul and the Epiphone Les Paul, the Gibson Flying V Custom Shop guitar shares the same Bullseye paint job. The V -shape and sleek headstock gives this guitar a unique touch along with an extra kick of rock n roll. Read more

Zakk Wylde Gibson Flying V Guitar Review

September 14, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Zakk Wylde Gibson Flying V Guitar ReviewExquisite Craftsmanship of Gibson Custom Shop Limited Zakk Wylde Flying V

You are surely going to love this rock’n guitar with stunning looks – Gibson Custom Shop Limited Zakk Wylde Flying V, the electric guitar of a limited edition. You will be left spellbound by the bulleyes on this Gibson Custom Shop Flying V guitar. This guitar is in a class of its own – as unique as Wylde. Gibson Zakk Wylde Flying V has a distinctive striking personality and sound of its own. Read more

Zakk Wylde Zakkology – Wylde Guitar Rig

August 21, 2008 by · 3 Comments 

Zakk Wylde with Gibson GuitarsDigging through some old-old achieves, I found some interesting tid-bits on the 1990’s Zakk Wylde. He talks about his first bulls-eye Gibson, Lee Jackson amplifier and where it took his music back in the 90’s. Read more

Ozzy Osbourne Wants to Make Two New Albums

August 8, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Ozzy Osbourne New AlbumThis morning Gear-Vault received information from USA TODAY that our beloved Madman, Ozzy Osbourne wishes to record two more new albums. Is this his final debut?

Ozzy is 60 years old, and has essentially proven to be the “godfather of heavy metal.” Osbourne’s professional music career started at the age of 20 with Black Sabbath. Ozzy’s first band was namely, “Rare Breed”, which was started with schoolmates; Toni Iommi (guitar riff-meister), Geezer Butler (bass) and Bill Ward (percussion). Soon after, “Rare Breed” had temporary departed, it was not until 1967 when the boys reunited and called the band “Earth”. Finally, in 1969 the legendary band name, “Black Sabbath” was embraced and history had begun. Read more