In the January issue of Premier Guitar, I did a feature interview with Kevin Eubanks about his new album, Zen Food. I really liked the album and thought the interview turned out well.
I am not ashamed to toot our own horn over at PG, I think we are doing some pretty cool stuff. Just today we uploaded some really cool videos from a recent trip some of my colleagues took out to California.
In this video, Sterling Ball himself takes us on a “backwards” tour of his factory in San Luis Obispo, CA. His excitement over each step of the construction process is contagious.
In this video, Dudley Gimpel, EBMM’s Chief Designer, pulls out some of the prototypes from the vault and gives us some insight into their creation.
I think this is probably some of Chris Kies’ best work.
Grammy-winning guitarist Jeff Beck has inspired millions during a career spanning more than four decades, playing a wide variety of blues-rock, heavy metal, jazz fusion and electronica. After picking up the guitar as a child, Beck joined the famed guitar group The Yardbirds in 1965. By 1967, he decided to form The Jeff Beck Group — featuring Rod Stewart and Ron Wood — which became a model act for hard-rock aficionados. Before long, Beck was widely considered one of the greatest guitarists of all time; in 2009, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.