Steve Vai has been a world famous guitarist for many long years now. His Ibanez JEM guitars are at their 30th anniversary. This is the story.
Eddie Van Halen is one of the most influential and original guitarist to have ever lived. So it's not surprising he now has his own line of guitars and amplifiers. This article concerns the striped super strat guitar.
Robert Johnson is a legendary musician. He lived a short life, recorded not too many tunes, and died mysteriously. But his guitar playing legend inspired countless musicians. He played a Gibson L1 guitar, and Gibson has recreated them for us all.
Tony Iommi is often thought of as the father of heavy metal music. He's had a very long career, and is still active today. Tony has always preferred the SG guitar. This article is about his Epiphone SG signature guitar
The late great Glenn Frey was one of the founding members of The Eagles, he was one of the group's primary vocalists, song writers, and guitarists. Glenn was a lover of Takamine acoustic guitars, and this is the tale of the Takamine Glenn Frey signature model guitar.
Epiphone guitars are a subsidiary of Gibson guitars, but this was not always the case. Today though, Epiphone makes low cost high value versions of Gibson classic guitars in Asia for the consumer who's less affluent. Ace Frehley was the original guitarist for the infamous glam rock band, KISS. This article is about his Epiphone Les Paul guitar.
Elliot Easton is an accomplished guitarist most well known for his work with The Cars. The Gibson SG is one of his primary guitars, and one of the most successful musical instruments in history. This article is about Elliot and his signature series Gibson SG.
Most would agree that we are in the golden age of comic book films. With a new movie coming out every few months some believe that there will be "superhero fatigue" from over saturation, similar to western which I think hasn't actually gone away, see Hateful eight or...
ACEO are original cards created by artists. It actually stands for “Art Cards Editions and Originals” They are 2.5 x 3.5 inches in size (standard sized for trading cards including sports cards). They are an affordable way to collect different artists’ work from around the world. You can...
Doc Holliday is one of the most famous figures of the American West. A gentleman and a scholar who became a gambler and gunfighter, Doc was a man who did not fear death. An unparalleled gunhand, and a canny gambler, he's become an archetype. If you'd like to bring a character that bears Doc's traits (both the strengths and weaknesses) to your Pathfinder game, here's a guide to get you started.
ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying: The Assembled Edition is the updated core book for the superhero RPG, containing material from other supplement.
The Wurst of Grimtooth's Traps from Necromancer Games is a collection of some of the deadliest traps from the original series, all updated to work with D&D 3.x.
Ed Greenwood Presents Elminster's Forgotten Realms is an extensive resource of Realms-related material from their creator.
Newt Scamander, a British wizard with a fondness for magical creatures, arrives in New York with a suitcase full of them.
Carl Lucas was a man convicted of a crime he didn't commit. When an experiment gave him superhuman strength, and skin like steel, he used his new powers to clear his reputation. Going under the assumed name Luke Cage, he became Harlem's greatest hero. If you're looking for a good way to make Luke in your Pathfinder game, this guide should get you started.
Indoor terrariums became all the rage back in the 70s with retro looking plastic stands and plastic bubbles or repurposed aquariums. You saw them everywhere but sadly the trend faded as it became difficult to keep them healthy and looking good and they were quite large. But now,...