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BOSS YourTone Artists — Billy Duffy Interview

Billy Duffy of The Cult talks to BOSS about getting the signature tone of classic Cult songs.

how to play "Fire Woman" on guitar by The Cult | rhythm & solo guitar lesson tutorial | LESSON

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Billy Duffy & Jack Edwards Total Guitar interview (edit)

Here's a video edit from when The Cult's Billy Duffy caught up with Jack Edwards from Piston to talk all things Gretsch and more ...

Billy Duffy guitar lesson

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Fender Stratocaster vs Telecaster: Difference in Tone ...

A Brief History Lesson As the world’s first commercially successful solid-body electric guitar, the Telecaster was groundbreaking when Leo Fender introduced it in 1951.. At the time, rock and roll was still a few years away, and Leo and his staff were building guitars and amplifiers for western swing guitarists looking to get more volume and projection.

Jerry Cantrell - Wikipedia

Jerry Fulton Cantrell Jr. (born March 18, 1966) is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter. He is best known as the founder, lead guitarist, co-lead vocalist, and main songwriter of rock band Alice in Chains. The band rose to international fame in the early 1990s during Seattle's grunge movement, and is known for its distinctive vocal style and the harmonized vocals between Cantrell and ...

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Page played the normal electric guitar, 12 string acoustic and electric guitars, multi neck guitars and was known as the first to utilize a cello bow to play his guitar. Further, he changed the production of the Zeppelin albums back to the 1950s technique instead of the standard way British producers were utilizing in the late ‘60s with the ...

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Singer Ian Astbury formed a new band after the leaving Southern Death Cult, recruiting guitar hero Billy Duffy, who had just done a stint in Theatre of Hate. What resulted from this collaboration was short-lived, and formed the genesis of what would later become The Cult.