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Finally free to roam through the aisles and halls of what I deem the Greatest Show on Earth unencumbered by the video crew that I have been attached to for the past 72 hours, I decide to start at the pinnacle and navigate the sea of booths until I reach the most remote hall.
Paramore, a band that we hold dear, teamed up with Guiness to see how many records could be broken within one music video. The count -- 10 Guiness World Records. Granted, the records that are broken were strange and specific, but aren't they all?
True acoustic tone through an innovative sensor system
As documented in The Beatles Anthology, originally aired as a brilliant TV mini-series, the three surviving Beatles—Paul, George, and Ringo—got together in 1994 at George Harrison’s palatial Friar Park estate to reminisce and play a little. In an especially moving and revelatory sequence, George and Paul jam on a handful of tunes playing ukuleles while Ringo lays down a groove with brushes and handclaps.
Turn your laptop into a 24-bit recording studio
Superpipe master is recognized for his other obsession: music
Mention Danny Davis’ name and it immediately conjures up visions of the fearless 2014 X Games Snowboard Superpipe winner who cleaned up at Aspen this past Sunday with a winning 95 score. But if you caught a glimpse of the bottom side of his board during the event, you know about Davis’ other passion: music. The board is emblazoned with graphics inspired by the snowboarder’s guitar of choice: a Martin acoustic. The design features the iconic headstock, fretboard, and body typical of Martin instruments.
Power, versatility, and great sound in a flip-top box
Hard rockers to end it all with an international tour
Transform your great-playing axe into a great-sounding axe!