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Premier Guitar interviewed Russian Circles about the band's recording setup.

Finally you may be able to afford some Moogerfooger pedals, and fit more than two on a pedalboard,

A video detailing his incredibly complex kit setup. He can't possibly have this layout memorized, right?

Dream Theater guitarist nerds out on new pickups.

Two legendary musicians lay down some improvised jams.

Early today a photo surfaced of Dime's original sketches for his desired and now famous Dean Razorback. The photo comes courtesy

David Letterman has been doing late night talk shows for thirty years and has had a lot of musical guests.

Realizing the popularity of seven and eight string guitars, Ibanez are taking things to another level with their new 1000

And if so, where can we buy one? http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=aDu5O5l3aPw [via JacksonGuitars.com]

Premier Guitar's Rebecca Dirks recently shot a rig rundown with Animals as Leaders guitarists Tosin Abasi and Javier Reyes before a gig in Chicago. The guys discuss their

These videos bring together 3 things I love in life; drums, film, and physics. A company called Ultraslo, who specializes in high speed (slow motion) cinematography, shows us what a drum hit looks like at 3000 frames per second. The above video displays the resonant force involved in each and every stroke of the drum that is undetectable to the naked eye, and it is awesome!

For those of you unfamiliar with the show How It's Made, it is a 30 minute doc-style TV series that

I'm always fascinated by origin stories, especially ones pertaining to parts of music that are so ubiquitous we rarely take

FUCK YES! It looks like this guy took a look at the 10 Genres of Metal video or the much sloppier 100 Famous Guitar Riffs video  and decided to up it in a very big way, because this might be the greatest guitar web video I’ve ever seen next to the comedic rendition of John Petrucci’s Psycho Exercises, which I love for a completely different reason.

Guitarist Ben Higgins not only mimics 30 of the greatest metal guitar players with ease, he hones in on exactly what makes each of them truly unique from one another while using their signature style as part of his own crazy solo. This is obviously not a simple YouTube video, but a true love for his craft and the metal guitar greats that inspire others to pick up the instrument. If you stick around after the solo, you’ll find an hour long instructional video that details the style of each guitar player you’ll find within the solo. Whether you play guitar or not, this is a must watch.