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Discovering your Roots

I started The Audio Museum in 2008. And it's been almost that long since I've used the Invictus guitar as the banner for this blog. Well I've decided to finally take a closer look at this metal hammer and find... Continue Reading →

Cybertech T-RON guitar inspired by TRON

   The love for making custom guitars will never die. This Cybertech T-RON, a guitar inspired by Disney’s 1982 Sci Fi fiction classic TRON was built by James Hutchinson. The T-RON guitar is all draped in cool blue color scheme... Continue Reading →

Riffstaion

I wish I had the full version of this. If you play guitar this is majorly sweet. Play any song through this software and it tracks the rhythm, lead and gives you all the chords and notes. Allows you to... Continue Reading →

Dark Star Orchestra at The Fillmore

  Dark Star Orchestra (DSO) in their famous tribute to The Grateful Dead, playing live at The Fillmore in San Francisco. The Fillmore is legendary in The Grateful Dead canon as one of their de facto club in the early part... Continue Reading →

Custom Amps Have Come Along Ways!

Angel of Death

DAVE MUSTAINE ZERO ANGEL OF DETH II           • Mahogany Top/Body • 25-1/2" Scale • 1-11/16" Nut • Mustaine Spec. Set Mahogany D Neck • Rosewood Fingerboard • Pearl Dot Inlays • Mini Grover Tuners •... Continue Reading →

Gene Parson’s String B-Bender

Demo showing a few licks for a B and G double bender guitar. The guitar used in this video is a Forrest Custom Guitars, Made by Forrest Lee Jr in Tennessee. This one (#0003) was made for Dustin Bannister in... Continue Reading →

Joe Satch talks Hendrix – Part 1

Joe Satriani talks Hendrix. This is one of the best interviews bar none from one of the worlds best guitarists.

Derek Trucks Talks About His Guitar Style And You’ve Gotta Hear “Midnight In Harlem”

This is a great interview with one of the best slide guitatists of our time!

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