Sun, 8 July 2007
[Show #78] Gear Review: Amplitube Jimi Hendrix Edition
News, Crosstalk, a Gear Review and we tweak The Stupid Knob!
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Amplitube Jimi Hendrix Shipping This MonthThis week we're looking at Amplitube: Jimi Hendrix Edition. It claims to be the first authentic software recreation of the complete guitar amp and effects rig of Jimi Hendrix. It includes models of extremely rare and collectible vintage stomp boxes, amp heads and cabinets. It features:
It sells for just $249.00 US - $199.00 if you're a registered owner of any other IK product.
The Stupid Knob:
According to the New Zealand Herald, Lindsay Lohan has been singled out to play Paris Hilton in a movie of her life. She could also be joined by Britney Spears on the project.
Our heads just exploded.
Answer To Last Week's Trivia Question:
Q: What was the first single by a British band to reach #1 on the US Billboard Hot 100? And what was the name of the group?
A: Telstar by The Tornados. Up to that point, and since World War II, there had only been three British names that topped the U.S. chart: In May of 1962 Stranger On The Shore by clarinetist Mr. Acker Bilk; the second was He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands by Laurie London (1958), whilst the first was Auf Wiederseh’n Sweetheart by Vera Lynn (1952).
The Tornados playing Telstar live (clams and all):
See you next week!