Cleartone Strings is pleased to announce that all Silvertone Guitars will come with Cleartone Strings as their original factory equipment. “Silvertone is arguably the most iconic guitar brand ever and having Cleartone associated with them is exciting,” says Joe Iacobellis of Cleartone Strings. Based in North Hollywood, CA, Cleartone makes premium guitar strings for professional […]
Cleartone artist Josh Rand of the multi-platinum selling Stone Sour is releasing a brand new guitar instructional DVD with FRET12! His Cleartone Monster strings are a huge part of his signature tone! Get the full gear rundown and much more on his DVD, which you can buy/Pick up your [autographed] copy today! http://ow.ly/pVuFq
Watch their videos and here their music from SoundCloud right here. These guys are blowing up something fierce and we’re excited to have them join the Cleartone Strings family.
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Bill Hudson, he’s a beast of a player and a fan of Cleartone Strings. We had him in the studio to share his thoughts from his experience with playing Cleartone Strings.
Burbank, California – Heavy metal legend Dave Mustaine has switched to Cleartone Monster strings; and the California-based guitar string manufacturer will release a signature set of .010-to-.052 gauge strings that pay tribute to the Megadeth founder and front man.
We thought it would be fun to put together a compilation video from some of the best parts of our past videos we’ve made.
Del Casher (originally Delton Kacher. Born 1938 in Hammond, Indiana) is an American guitarist and inventor. His many creations include the Wah-wah pedal, which significantly influenced the development of rock and roll guitar style.
We have more to this interview but in this installment we wanted to share Grover Jackson’s thoughts on who were some of his favorite notable artists that he has worked with in the past. In Grover’s words, he says he was at the right place at the right time to end up making guitars for so many legendary guitar players from the early 80′s but we must add that you have to be a great guitar builder to keep them coming back for more. This video is Grover’s thoughts on some of his friends and clients from the past.