Gretsch Q&A With Duane Eddy

By Adam Bowden-Smith In August, Gretsch signature artist Duane Eddy made his first-ever appearance in Italy to headline the annual Summer Jamboree festival in Senigallia, halfway down the east coast. Playing his signature Gretsch G6120DE, his trademark twang rolled over the crowd of thousands. After a storming hour-long set, Eddy found time between

A Conversation With Duane Eddy

At the 2012 Gretsch Showcase at NAMM, guitar legend Duane Eddy was a hit, whether it was his two packed autograph signings, the countless pictures he took with fans, or his chance meeting with metal god Alice Cooper. Through the insanity of NAMM, GretschGuitars.com got a chance to chat with Eddy about seeing Cooper and

Duane Eddy Discusses New Album

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Duane Eddy is one of the few guitarists who can claim to have invented a new sound and style. When he came on the scene in 1958, Eddy developed a technique using a low-note guitar riff that has launched several hits, such as Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run," the