Washburn Guitars has released another episode of "Chicago Guitar Shop", entitled "Shot to Hell: Part 1", featuring BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's Nick Catanese. This particular episode shows the making of Catanese's custom "Shot To Hell" Idol guitar, which is named after BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's most recent release, "Shot To Hell".
This is Washburn's third episode of the video podcast series "Chicago Guitar Shop". The previous two episodes were "The Making of Maya", featuring Dan Donegan of DISTURBED, and "Building the Damen", featuring Joe Trohman of FALL OUT BOY.
The entire "Chicago Guitar Shop" series is available for free on iTunes, and can be located by typing "Chicago Guitar Shop" in the search function. The series is also available to view at motionbox and Google Video. Future episodes in the works include the making of KISS frontman Paul Stanley's custom Washburn and "Shot to Hell: Part 2".
"Shot to Hell: Part 1" was filmed and produced by Ryan Ferguson of Fly Back Productions, an award-winning, independent production company.
Washburn Guitars is owned by U.S. Music Corp., located just north of Chicago.
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