Headbore Release Video For ‘Temptress’

PRESS RELEASE: One of Adelaide’s premier metal bands, Headbore, has released the official film clip for, ‘Temptress’ of off their acclaimed debut album, Strength In Numbers. ‘Temptress’ was filmed on location in rural South Australia on the same weekend and just thirty minutes away from the horrific bushfires that devastated several local communities in early January this year. Read More …

New Scale The Summit Album Finished

Scale The Summit
Scale The Summit has just posted this on their Facebook: “Our new shreddin’ album will be titled “V”, due out this summer via Prosthetic Records. We wrapped up the recording process a few days ago and now will have the amazing Jamie King mix this bad boy. Can’t put into words how excited we are about this material! Artwork reveal coming soon!”

Tone Vs Sound


If you’ve ever spent any time hanging around a guitar-related Facebook page or forum, you’ve probably found yourself tangled up in a debate about the nature and origin of tone. Is it all in the fingers? Is it all about gear? If it’s a combination of the two, what’s the ratio? Can you sound like Player X if you get their exact same equipment? Is signature gear just an elaborate red herring to make us think we’re buying the same stuff some guitar hero uses, but in reality they’re using one-off custom equipment forged in some far-off village by a guitar-building hermit? Read More …

Cool New Stuff From PRS


PRS Guitars has announced a few very cool new instruments recently: the S2 Vela and the  SE Alex Lifeson Thinline Angelus. PRS says “Anchored by PRS playability and craftsmanship, the Vela is perfect for players who want PRS build quality and reliability with a fresh aesthetic. The Vela is the maiden voyage into an offset body shape for PRS and is both elegant and edgy. Loaded with a PRS-designed Starla humbucker in the bridge and the newly designed PRS Type-D single coil in the neck, the Vela has a bright, punchy tone that sounds great plugged into your pedalboard or straight into an amp. A coil-tap on the tone control allows the Starla pickup to split into single coils and explore a whole new range of tones. The newly designed plate-style bridge holds two brass saddles specifically designed for great sustain and perfect intonation so both rhythm and lead tones sound great no matter where you are on the fretboard.” More info and pics here. Read More …