A new, to-be-titled instrumental shred album will be released later this year under the banner of Cascione – Carlisle. This album is a collaboration between guitarists Dean Cascione and Max Carlisle. Below is the first promo image for this upcoming release. The album will be released on physical media as well as digital outlets, and will include music videos.
These days, it’s rare for me to discovery a guitar brand that I’ve never heard of before… how did I miss Bootlegger Guitars? Especially considering that they’re based right here in California. The Bootlegger Guitars Royal, features a super cool triple humbucker pickup setup complete with coil splitting on all pickups. 24 frets, with a double locking trem, on a unique looking design… let’s check this out and do a full review!
Great deals on these used Jackson JS32 guitars can be found all day long on the used market, but whether you get it new for $350 or used for $220, these guitars are an obvious choice for a budget-friendly metal guitar.
This new single and music video is a shred collaboration with virtuoso guitarist Deakon Lekross!
This track is available on all major digital music platforms!
Arguably the most affordable old-school shred guitar available, the Kramer Baretta Special, is difficult to find, but great when you can get it! In this video, we take a look at a model in the new Candy Blue color! Does it shred as good as it looks?
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Here’s the new single, “Death on the Iron Mountain”. This instrumental track was filmed by Matt Boyer, on location at the Iron Goat Trail in Washington State. The video features the Halo Clarus scalloped neck guitar.
This track is available on all major digital music platforms.
Schecter really knocked it out of the park on this one! The E-1 Special has a heavy metal body shape, mahogany body wood, set-neck construction, ebony fretboard, 24 extra-jumbo frets, Floyd Rose, and the totally awesome sustainiac electronics! Built for speed and to turn heads!