When I first heard Eddie Van Halen’s – ‘Eruption’…I almost had a coronary. At the age of 14, I found the TAB in an old Guitar magazine (that was all we had lol). I spent days and days pouring over the numbers and squiggles on the pages trying to master it. Parts of it were […]
When it comes to hooking up your jam or practice room with inspiration art is a great way to go. We`ve already had a look at Paul Babyak and today its the turn of Paul Chase.
Paul Chase is an internationally known artist, author, innovator, visionary and guitarist. He is the founder and CEO of Graphicguitars Inc., fine art guitar paintings, prints and posters. He received a Bachelors degree in Art and a Masters in Communications. He has taught art in high schools, vocational/technical school, and at the college level for over 30 years. Paul is a distant relative of the “other” famous American artist Georgia O’Keeffe (and they are both developed their art “roots” in hometown Sun Prairie, WI) and his large close up guitar images reflect her large close up flower series. Pauls art is available for purchase online here at Rock N Roll Vintage.
Because there are many types of guitars; being Classical, Acoustic and Electric the three main ones, I wanted to have a look at what guitar is the best one for you to learn on. Chances are that if you have asked someone if you can use their guitar for a while, it would probably be […]
Paul Reed Smith has been making guitars since his High School days. His vast, largely experimental history is what lies behind the essence of PRS guitars. Since forming the company’s inception in 1975, they continue to push beyond “the curve” as Paul himself says, of perfection. The Company is totally committed to the ongoing development […]
Question: “Which is best on an electric guitar, a set neck, a bolt-on or a neck through body?” Answer: It’s not so much an issue of “best” as it is “which sound do you prefer?” The way a neck attaches to the body colors a guitar’s voice. String vibration transfers to the body through the […]