Some bands build their early careers on a well-placed cover, like Van Halen blasting right out of the gate with a redefining take on The Kinks’ “You Really Got Me.” Some bands make a point of avoiding covers altogether. And some love their covers so much that at a certain point in their career they’ll release an entire album of covers. Buried somewhere in the middle of it all though is the covers EP. For many listeners a covers EP hits a certain sweet spot: enough tracks to feel like a little treat, not so many as to lose focus or have listeners impatiently drumming their fingers waiting for the next album of original material.
From Metallica.com: “It really does exist! We know it’s been a long time coming, but
This is gonna be fun: Kirk Hammett and David Karon (Washburn) have collaborated on a new
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As you guys know, I’m a huge guitar geek and my tastes range from pointy, neon-coloured shred axes with Floyd Roses to classic semi-hollowbodies with Bigbsy vibratos. So when the fine folks at YourInstrument.com asked me to write a sponsored post, I thought the perfect thing to do would be to have a look around at the wide variety of instruments for sale. Because a) it’d be a great way to show the diversity of instruments that folks like you and I are using the site to buy/sell, and b) because nothing is more fun than looking at electric guitars for sale, except for playing them. So let’s see what’s there right now. And you can always keep up with what’s online by checking out the site.
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A little while ago I got my paws on a Schecter Synyster Gates Custom guitar
Three cheers to Metallica for releasing this garage demo version of “Lords Of Summer,” the