Scott "SVH" Von Heldt, who plays lead guitar in former KORN axeman Brian "Head" Welch's solo band, is writing a weekly music column for one of the fastest-growing social networks for guitarists, Share My Guitar.

Share My Guitar is a social network for guitar enthusiasts and a space where you'll be able to share your guitar collection with the world and learn more about all things guitar. The SMG blog features interviews, guitar news, and reviews all brought to you daily!

To check out Scott's recent article and all past blog entries, go to this location.

Head and his band recently spent time in Nashville recording Head's next album with Grammy-nominated producer Rob Graves (RED, PILLAR). The album is targeted for completion February 2010, with a release shortly thereafter on his Driven Music Group label (with distribution through Ryko/Warner Music Group).

Professionally filmed video footage of Welch's August 29, 2009 performance at the Exit concert event at the Thomas and Mack Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada can be viewed below.


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