GUITAR MAKER'S MANUAL, JIM WILLIAMS. Guida completa alla costruzione della chitarra classica e acustica. Consigli dettagliati con fotografie e disegni. Inclusi progetti in dimensioni reali.

Series: Reference
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Medium: Softcover
Author: Jim Williams

Written by one of Australia's foremost luthiers, this manual is a straightforward, profusely illustrated guide to constructing nylon-string classical and steel-string guitars. Includes a useful section on creating the jigs necessary to make the job easier and more accurate, along with full size template diagrams to assist in cutting out and marking the body shape and soundboard bracing patterns. A Guitar Maker's Manual lists all of the materials needed, where to get them and what problems to look out for during the construction. 112 pages.

Price: €31,99


ELECTRIC GUITAR CONSTRUCTION. A Guide for the First-Time Builder, Tom Hirst. 168 pagine.
Electric Guitar Construction A Guide for the First-Time Builder. The definitive work on the design and construction of a solid body electric guitar.

Series: Guitar
Publisher: Centerstream Publications
Format: Softcover
Author: Tom Hirst

Q.: What on earth would make someone want to build an electric guitar from scratch? Can't you just buy one cheaper? A.: Well sure, but with this definitive book on the subject as your guide, you can create your own axe masterpiece, with the precise finish, the exact pickups, and the custom hardware you've always wanted. Plus, you'll have the indescribable satisfaction of knowing you created something cool out of nothing. And that sure beats buying off the rack! Organized logically from start to finish, this helpful guide will assist you every step of the way; from the design and planning stage to the final setup, each step in the process is written about in abundant detail, with hundreds of photographs, and special full-color sections on wood selection and finishing. Also includes a glossary of terms, an index of materials suppliers, and much more!

Inventory #HL 00000311
ISBN: 9781574241259
UPC: 073999648119
Width: 8.5"
Length: 11.0"
168 pages

What on Earth would make someone want to build an electric guitar from scratch? Can't you just buy one cheaper? What happens if it doesn't tum out? These questions and many many, more will be asked of you as you plow along through the excitement and anxity of building your first guitar. It does help if you're a little bit different and it's very true that it would be both faster and cheaper to just go buy one off the rack. But it wouldn't be the same one would it? Its fairly safe to assume that spending some time on this project will not be a problem for you. If you need an axe for a gig this weekend you're in the wrong place. You're going to have an investment of approximately $500 in your instrument and there are lots of $500 guitars out there, but how many will have the exact Seymour Duncan or EMG pickups and cusm tom deigned switching you want, the Schaller hard- ware and custom finish; yours will. Your guitar will also have that intangible, indescribable feeling that comes from creating something out of, well I can't say nothing, but you get the picture. Friends and relatives will say you're nuts and that you're wasting your time and money and then they'll want you to build them one too. I started building guitars almost by accident. I wanted a Fender Telecaster so badly, but I just couldn't come up with the money to buy one. I was hanging around in my favorite guitar store one day just being a nuisance when a guy came in with a box of guitar parts. He had a neck, a plywood Tele style body, and two of almost everything else; two pickguards, sets of pickups, bridges, etc. He had taken an el cheapo copy guitar and tried to upgrade it with new parts but nothing had fit where it was supposed to go and he was trying to trade the whole mess in on a new guitar. When the store told him they wouldn't take any of it in trade he asked them where the dumpster was. I politely showed him to the hatchback of my little station wagon and I had my Tele. All I had to do was re-assemble it and make it work. I did, and it did, and I was hooked. A short time later I was reading an article in Guitar Player on hot-rodding guitars and "kit" guitars.

First connect each pickup directly to the jack. Use temporary connections like alligator clips for this. They'll hum a bit for lack of shielding but will tell you if the parts are working right. Remember this technique is for problems with pickups and switches not working, and not for chasing down hum. After you've determined that each pickup works, you can connect them to the next item in the chain. This could be a volume pot, mini toggle switch or the main pickup selector depending on your design. Test the circuit after each part is added to the chain and sooner or later you will run into the problem again, only now you know exactly where it is and you can deal with it specifically. The wiring is complete and I'm tightening in the Electrosocket jack plate. "good solder joint/ bad solder joint" drawings. These can short out against other components or against the shield and cause the switch not to work as expected. in connecting your hot leads. Check your plan and your connections care- full y. Look for stray strands of wire that may not have gone through the solder terminal cleanly as was shown in the I like to plug the guitar in and give it a test before I secure the output jack and the rear cover plate. I have found, on occasion, that the guitar works fine in the test but not after the remaining parts are fastened in place. This can be the result of a wire or component shorting against the shielded cover of the electronics compartment. Sometimes the output jack won't fit well in the access hole when the plug is inserted. Most times this can be corrected by rotating the jack in the hole but I have had to take a 1/2 round file in there and open up the hole to get a good fit. This can be an extremely time consuming process and is not one to undertake when you're in a hurry or a bad mood. If you get frustrated with trying to solve a particular problem, take a break. Let it sit for awhile and come back when you are rested and in a better frame of mind. Remember, this guitar has taken a long time to get to this point and you didn't get here by rushing through all the previous steps. Take your time, be thorough and methodical and you'll find the guilty part(y). Using a mini chisel to clear away excess lacquer from the control cover "lip". There are times when all these good ideas fail and things still just don't work right. This can be a frus- trating time and lots of folks will simply take every- thing apart and try re-wiring it from scratch. Some- times this works, but more often you fall into the same rut and make the same mistake you did originally. My approach in these cases is to re-wire just as you did the drawing; from the pickup on down the line. Well now you have it wired tested and ready to rock. You can go ahead and put the rear cavity cover in place (if you've used one) and screw it down. From here we move on to the fi- nal set up adjust- ments. Wired, tested and ready for the final set up.

Electric Guitar Construction;

A Guide for the First Time

Table of contents:

1. Design:
D-I The importance of planning
D-2 Wood selection
D-3 Neck design
D-4 Body design
D-5 Color selection and hardware
D-6 Electronics
D-7 Pickguard design
D-8 What to buy and when to buy it..

2. Tools and Templates:
T-I List of tools
T-2 Power and hand tool safety
T-3 About templates
T-4 Headstock template
T-5 Body template
T-6 Pickguard and rear cover templates .
T-7 Optional templates .
T-8 Neck profile gauges
T-9 Fretboard radius gauge

3. Neck:
-1 Neck layout .
-2 Truss rod channel
-3 Mark and cut fretboard to length
N-4 Fretboard inlay
N-5 Assemble neck
N-6 Rough cut neck shape
-7 Tuning machine holes
-8 Side dots and rough sanding
-9 Sand inlay
I -10 Install fretwire
-11 Shape neck
-12 Finish sand neck

4. Body:
B-1 The body blank
B-2 Neck pocket
B-3 Necklbody axis
B-4 Bridge placement
B-5 Pickup placement and routing
B-6 Control cavity layout
B-7 Rough cut shape
B-8 Rear cavity rout
B-9 Sand body edges
B-1O Rout body edges
B-Il Input jack, strap buttons & wiring channels
B-12 Finish sand body

5. Plastics:
P-I Mark centerline and outline
P-2 Rough cut shape
P-3 Final fit rear cover
P-4 Rout edges (straight bit)
P-5 Bevel edges
P-6 Rout pickup openings
P-7 Drill mounting screw & control holes

6. Finishing:
F-l About finishing
F-2 Spray equipment
F-3 Clear finishes
F-4 Grain filler
F-5 Applying color
F-6 Applying clear coats
F-7 Wet-Sanding and Buffing
F-8 Finishing schedules

7. Assembly:
A-I Final fretwork
A-2 Rough shape the nut
A-3 Install the hardware
A-4 Neck to body assembly

8. Wiring:
W-I My method
W-2 Equipment and soldering
W-3 Shielding
W-4 Pickups
W-5 Mini switches
W-6 Pickup selectors
W-7 Pots and capacitors
W-8 The output jack
W-9 The complete diagram

9. Set up:
S-l What is a set up?
S-2 Slotting the nut
S-3 Adjusting the truss rod
S-4 Setting string height..
S-5 Setting intonation
S-6 Final adjustments

10. Cost Analysis for this guitar:
11. Index of Suppliers:
12. Glossary:
13. Index:  

Price: €69,99



Master craftsman tells you everythung you need to know about the maintenance, restoration and construction of acoustic and electric guitars. all steps cleary explained, from planning stages to final polish. Over 200 diagrams, photographs and tables.

Length: 160 pages
Language: English

Price: €34,99


CONSTRUCTING A SOLID-BODY GUITAR, ROGER H. Siminoff. Guida tecnica completa curata nei minimi particolari per la costruzione di una chitarra elettrica solid-body. I vari tipi di legno, il manico, la tastiera, il corpo, la posizione dei pickup, l'assemblaggio delle diverse parti, fino al colore e alla verniciatura. Il tutto illustrato da oltre 150 fotografie. Contiene anche un progetto pronto per essere realizzato a grandezza naturale. In inglese.

Whether you're a musician or a woodworking enthusiast, you'll thoroughly enjoy Roger Siminoff's book, Constructing A Solid Body Guitar. This 64-page manual uses over 150 photos, several illustrations and four life-size blueprints to assist the reader in choosing the proper materials and tools, as well as using the correct skills and techniques to produce a beautiful handmade instrment that doesn't look handmade at all! Plastic-comb bound.

Price: €39,99




388 pagine illustrate, sulla costruzione e il design della chitarra folk e della chitarra classica.


A Complete Reference for the Design & Construction of the Steel·String Folk Guitar & the Classical Guitar

William R. Cumpiano and Jonathan D. Natelson
photographs by Clyde Herlitz / line dravvings by William R. Cumpiano




These depict the width of the cross struts. To denote the fan-brace locations, we now use as an inital reference the lower parallel line for the lower cross strut. Mark on that line, at intervals of 1/4 inches, three dots on both sides of the centerseam (that is, at1 1/4 inches, 2 ½ inches, and 3/4 inches from the seam). Next, measure ½ inches up the centerseam from the bottom of the outline, and make a dot. Using the ruler, find a point on the guitar outline that is 7 inches from that dot and draw a line connecting the two points. Repeat for the other side. These lines denote the bottom V of the bracing pattern. Measuring from the centerseam on each leg of the bottom V, mark dots at intervals of 2 inches. Connecting the six dots on the lower cross with the Six dots on the bottom V completes the fanbrace layout. The rosette grafts are laid out by drawing lines tangential to the soundhole and square to the cross struts, and then drawing parallel lines I inch from each tangent. To denote the finger braces, mark a dot on the upper parallel line of the lower cross strut % inch from the outer edge of each rosette graft. Then mark a dot on the lower parallel line of the upper cross strutI ½ inches from the outer edges of the rosette grafts, and connect the dots. Measure 1 ¼ inches up along the centerseam from the upper cross strut and draw a line perpendicular to the seam. Draw a parallel line 5/16 inch further up. These lines denote the upper transverse bar. Next, draw two vertical lines connecting the upper transverse bar with the upper cross strut, each 2 1/2 inches from the centerseam. These lines indicate the boundaries of the upper transverse graft. To locate the transverse bridge pad, mark from the top of the outline down the centerseam the distance from the twelfth fret to the saddle. For a 25.6-inch scale, that will be 12.8 inches plus .10 inch compensation, or 12.9 inches. Draw a line perpendicular to the centerseam at that point, and then parallel lines ¼ inch above andI inch below. The pad will actually be shaped as shown in Fig. 7-10 (scale drawings), but it will be positioned using the horizontal lines1 1 /4 inches apart. Finally, draw a line perpendicular to the centerseam tangent to the top of the outline. This will be a guideline for cutting off the top of the sound board squarely. Steel-string Bracing Layout The template outline and centerline have been marked on the undersurface of the soundboard. Refer to Fig. 7-10 (scale drawings) while reading the following steps. The headblock is represented by a 2 x 2l /2-inch rectangle, which is located at the upper center of the template outline. Draft the rectangle so that it is bisected by the sound board centerline. The top line of the rectangle must be set back 3/32 inch from the template outline (the thickness of the sides) and accurately perpendicular to the centerline. The accuracy of this line is vital, since we will alig the actual headblock to it when it is glued to the soundboard. If the headblock is crooked, the neck will be also. The bridge outline must be drafted on the undersurface of the sound board. Refer to Chapter 15 to make a bridge outline template, and locate its outline as shown in the layout drawing in Chapter 3. The upper face brace is just above the soundhole. Its closest edge is1/4 inch above the soundhole rim. Draw two parallel lines1/2 inch apart, perpendicular to the centerline. Extend the lines till they reach the template outline. The upper face graft is between the head block and the upper face brace. Draw two parallel lines 7/8 inch apart, perpendicular to the centerline. Center them in the space allotted. Connect the ends with angled lines as shown. The X-brace is represented by two sets of two parallel lines 5/16 inch apart, which cross at the centerline. You may copy the splay of the X brace from the diagram, paying particular attention to the distance between the ends of ...

CHAPTER 1 The Guitars Anatomy
CHAPTER 2 Materials & Tools
CHAPTER 3 Preparation & Planning
CHAPTER 4 The Neck & the Headpiece
CHAPTER 5 The Plates
CHAPTER 6 The Soundhole Rosette II
CHAPTER 7 Soundboard Bracing
CHAPTER 8 Side Bending
CHAPTER 9 Assembly I
CHAPTER 10 Assembly II
CHAPTER 11 Purf1ing & Binding
CHAPTER 12 The Fingerboard
CHAPTER 13 Final Carving & Finiting
CHAPTER 14 Finishing
CHAPTER 15 The Bridge & Pinning the Steel-String Neck
AFTERWORD Troubleshooting & Guitar Care

Price: €49,99


MAKING AN ARCHTOP GUITAR. R. Benedetto. 260 pagine.

Series: Guitar
Publisher: Centerstream Publications
Medium: Softcover
Author: Robert Benedetto

The definitive work on the design and construction of an acoustic archtop guitar by one of the most talented luthiers of the twentieth century. Benedetto walks the reader through all aspects of construction through to marketing your finished work. Includes a list of suppliers to acquire all the tools and materials listed; a list of serial numbers for Benedetto guitars; full-color plates featuring the author's models; photos from the author's personal scrapbook of players who endorse his guitars; and fold-out templates for construction. 8-1/2? x 11. 279 pages.

Price: €49,99

THE LUTHIER'S HANDBOOK A Guide to Building Great Tone in Acoustic Stringed Instruments Roger H. Siminoff

THE LUTHIER'S HANDBOOK, A Guide to Building Great Tone in Acoustic Stringed Instruments. Siminoff.

Series: Book
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Medium: Softcover
Author: Roger H. Siminoff

An essential item for the instrument builder, The Luthier's Handbook explores the secrets and science behind making good-sounding acoustic stringed instruments. Renowned author Roger H. Siminoff brings to the table more than four decades of luthiery experience and shares the time-tested philosophies, tips and technology of the craft. As the ideal complement to other books on building instruments, this text describes the structural and acoustical attributes of air chambers; what to listen for when tap-tuning; selecting a good piece of wood; placement of the braces and tone bars and how to tune them; how to select the right strings; what to consider in bridge design concepts; and much more. Includes a free String Gauge Calculator for determining the right set of strings. 96 pages.

Price: €31,99




An exciting new series of 12 instrumental instruction books. Includes complete music for all riffs, licks, hints and tips, plus easy-to-follow instructions, tips and advice. Accompanying CD allows you to listen and play along to the matching audio tracks. Essential information on how to get all the great rock guitar sounds, from classic 1950s lick to pull-offs, hammer-ons, bends and the slide. Plus, how to get the very best effects from your pedal, and inside tips and tricks on scales and position playing.

Price: €21,99

THE GUITAR COOKBOOK Guide to Rhythm Melody Harmony Technique & Improvisation Jesse Gress TABLATURE

THE GUITAR COOKBOOK, The Complete Guide to Rhythm, Melody, Harmony, Technique & Improvisation. 246 pagine. TAB.

Series: Book
Publisher: Backbeat Books
Softcover - TAB
Author: Jesse Gress

Spice up your playing with The Guitar Cookbook! Written by Guitar Player magazine music editor Jesse Gress, this collection of "recipes" for satisfying a wide variety of musical appetites is for beginning to advanced guitarists. It covers all the ingredients for cooking up great music on the guitar: music notation, tuning, intonation, rhythm, melody, scales, motifs, harmony, ear-training, technique, improvisation and much more. Players will develop a personalized musical vocabulary; learn how to apply it to many different styles; master basic guitar techniques; and let the musical ideas sizzle! 246 pages.

Price: €27,99



A must-have for any bass player! This outstanding 200-song collection features note-for-note bass transcriptions with tab, straight from the original recordings. All styles of music are represented in this massive, 1024-page compilation. Includes:


Killing In The Name performed by Rage Against The Machine
Fly Away performed by Lenny Kravitz
All Apologies performed by Nirvana
Into The Great Wide Open performed by Tom Petty
No Excuses performed by Alice In Chains
Mr. Jones performed by Counting Crows
Breadfan performed by Metallica
She performed by KISS
Come Out And Play performed by The Offspring
Woke Up This Morning performed by B.B. King
Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing performed by Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell
Get Ready performed by Rare Earth
Time performed by Pink Floyd
Astronomy performed by Metallica
See all contents
Walk On The Wild Side performed by Lou Reed
Seventeen performed by Winger
Hey Man Nice Shot performed by Filter
One Thing Leads To Another performed by The Fixx
Hide Away performed by Freddy King
Pure Massacre performed by Silverchair
Thunderbird performed by ZZ Top
Lonesome Whistle Blues performed by Freddie King
Wonderwall performed by Oasis
Crossfire performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Got To Hurry performed by The Yardbirds
The Story In Your Eyes performed by Moody Blues
All I Wanna Do performed by Sheryl Crow
Bulls On Parade performed by Rage Against The Machine
Led Boots performed by Jeff Beck
Sugar performed by System Of A Down
Counting Blue Cars performed by Dishwalla
Smoke On The Water performed by Deep Purple
All Shook Up performed by Elvis
Pride And Joy performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
I Just Want To Celebrate performed by Rare Earth
Love Rollercoaster performed by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Sitting On Top Of The World performed by Cream
Semi-Charmed Life performed by Third Eye Blind
The Impression That I Get performed by Mighty Mighty Bosstones
If You Could Only See performed by Tonic
That's All Right performed by Elvis
Can't You See performed by Marshall Tucker Band
Monkey Wrench performed by Foo Fighters
Down performed by Stone Temple Pilots
Blue On Black performed by Kenny Wayne Shepherd
I Want You Back performed by Jackson 5
Iris performed by Goo Goo Dolls
No More Tears performed by Ozzy Osbourne
My Own Worst Enemy performed by Lit
What's My Age Again? performed by Blink 182
Crush 'Em performed by Megadeth
When Worlds Collide performed by Powerman 5000
Smooth performed by Santana, Rob Thomas
Wait And Bleed performed by Slipknot
Learn To Fly performed by Foo Fighters
Come Original performed by 311
In 2 Deep performed by Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Meet Virginia performed by Train
Jerry Was A Race Car Driver performed by Primus
Never Let You Go performed by Third Eye Blind
Come As You Are performed by Nirvana
Maria Maria performed by Santana
Take A Look Around (Theme From 'M:I-2') performed by Limp Bizkit
I Wish It Would Rain performed by Phil Collins
(Bang Your Head) Metal Health performed by Quiet Riot
Everything To Everyone performed by Everclear
Another One Bites The Dust performed by Queen
Baby Love performed by The Supremes
Bad Medicine performed by Bon Jovi
Badge performed by Cream
Barracuda performed by Heart
Beast Of Burden performed by Rolling Stones
Blue Suede Shoes performed by Carl Perkins
Blueberry Hill performed by Fats Domino
Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights) performed by Little Walter
California Girls performed by Beach Boys
(They Call It) Stormy Monday (Stormy Monday Blues) performed by Allman Brothers Band
Carry On Wayward Son performed by Kansas
Change It performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Cherry Pie performed by Warrant
Come Together performed by The Beatles
Couldn't Stand The Weather performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Crazy Little Thing Called Love performed by Queen
Crazy Train performed by Ozzy Osbourne
Crosscut Saw performed by Eric Clapton
Dancing In The Street performed by Martha & The Vandellas
Day Tripper performed by The Beatles
Detroit Rock City performed by KISS
Don't Be Cruel (To A Heart That's True) performed by Elvis
Down Boys performed by Warrant
Dream On performed by Aerosmith
Drive My Car performed by The Beatles
Eight Days A Week performed by The Beatles
Emotional Rescue performed by Rolling Stones
Far Beyond The Sun performed by Yngwie J. Malmsteen
Free Ride performed by Edgar Winter Group
Great Balls Of Fire performed by Jerry Lee Lewis
Gypsy Road performed by Cinderella
Hair Of The Dog performed by Nazareth
Heart Shaped Box performed by Nirvana
Hello Mary Lou performed by Ricky Nelson
Hey Joe performed by Jimi Hendrix
Higher Ground performed by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Hound Dog performed by Elvis Presley
The House Is Rockin' performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
I Can See For Miles performed by The Who
I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) performed by The Four Tops
I Can't Quit You Baby performed by Led Zeppelin
I Fought The Law performed by Bobby Fuller Four
I Heard It Through The Grapevine performed by Marvin Gaye
I Love Rock 'N Roll performed by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
I Second That Emotion performed by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
I Want You To Want Me performed by Cheap Trick
I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man performed by Muddy Waters
Iron Man performed by Black Sabbath
Jessica performed by Allman Brothers Band
Killing Floor performed by Howlin' Wolf
Lady Madonna performed by The Beatles
Lay Down Sally performed by Eric Clapton
Little Miss Strange performed by Jimi Hendrix
Living After Midnight performed by Judas Priest
The Loco-Motion performed by Grand Funk Railroad
Look At Little Sister performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Love Struck Baby performed by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Maggie May performed by Rod Stewart
Mama Kin performed by Aerosmith
The Man Who Sold The World performed by David Bowie
Matchbox performed by Carl Perkins
Message In A Bottle performed by Police
Miss You performed by Rolling Stones
Money performed by Pink Floyd
My Generation performed by The Who
My Girl performed by The Temptations
Mystery Train performed by Elvis
One Way Rider performed by Ray Flacke
Over The Mountain performed by Ozzy Osbourne
Owner Of A Lonely Heart performed by Yes
Oye Como Va performed by Santana
Paperback Writer performed by The Beatles
Paranoid performed by Black Sabbath
Peggy Sue performed by Buddy Holly
Ramblin' Man performed by Allman Brothers Band
Reach Out, I'll Be There performed by The Four Tops
Rock And Roll All Nite performed by KISS
Rock Around The Clock performed by Bill Haley & His Comets
Rock Me Baby performed by Johnny Winter
Route 66 performed by Rolling Stones
Roxanne performed by Police
Say It Isn't So performed by Hall & Oates
School's Out performed by Alice Cooper
Shake Me performed by Cinderella
Shake, Rattle And Roll performed by Bill Haley & His Comets
She's So Fine performed by Jimi Hendrix
Shy Boy performed by David Lee Roth
Sir Duke performed by Stevie Wonder
Sixteen Candles performed by The Crests
Smells Like Teen Spirit performed by Nirvana
Somebody To Love performed by Queen
Space Oddity performed by David Bowie
Start Me Up performed by Rolling Stones
Stone Cold Crazy performed by Metallica
Stop! In The Name Of Love performed by The Supremes
Strutter performed by KISS
Suffragette City performed by David Bowie
Sultans Of Swing performed by Dire Straits
Sunshine Of Your Love performed by Cream
Surfin' U.S.A. performed by Beach Boys
Sweet Child O' Mine performed by Guns N Roses
Sweet Emotion performed by Aerosmith
Sweet Little Angel performed by B.B. King
Synchronicity II performed by Police
Takin' Care Of Business performed by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
That'll Be The Day performed by Buddy Holly
The Things That I Used To Do performed by Guitar Slim
Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) performed by The Byrds
Two Princes performed by Spin Doctors
Under Pressure performed by Queen
Walk Of Life performed by Dire Straits
Walk This Way performed by Aerosmith
Welcome To The Jungle performed by Guns N Roses
What's Going On performed by Marvin Gaye
White Room performed by Cream
Hard To Handle performed by Black Crowes
Riding With The King performed by B.B. King & Eric Clapton
Addicted To That Rush performed by Mr. Big
Would? performed by Alice In Chains
I Don't Believe In Love performed by Queensryche
Hangar 18 performed by Megadeth
Mississippi Queen performed by Mountain
Tragic Comic performed by Extreme
Brass In Pocket performed by Pretenders
Are You Gonna Go My Way performed by Lenny Kravitz
You Give Love A Bad Name performed by Bon Jovi
You Really Got Me performed by Van Halen
You Shook Me performed by Led Zeppelin
You've Got Another Thing Comin' performed by Judas Priest
Statesboro Blues performed by Allman Brothers Band
Bombtrack performed by Rage Against The Machine
War Pigs (Interpolating Luke's Wall) performed by Black Sabbath
Eat The Rich performed by Aerosmith

Price: €36,99
Syndicate content