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Mac DeMarco

"Guitar is the people's instrument...It's very welcoming. A couple chords and you're ripping". In this episode, Mac DeMarco discusses his influences, his evolution as a singer-songwriter and musician, and his long-time relationship with Ernie Ball guitar strings.

Tom Dumont

No Doubt, Dreamcar

"I guess my fingers were just ready, and I learned to play guitar really quickly. It was something that drove me through my teenage years." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Tom Dumont of No Doubt and Dreamcar discusses his influences, his history with playing guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Paul Stanley

KISS

"Guitar has always been the messenger of rock and roll. That is the voice, the bullhorn, the call to arms and the foundation of rock and roll. I've always been incredibly enamored and taken by it, before I could even play." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Paul Stanley discusses his influences, playing in KISS, and his guitar strings.

Andy McKee

"This way of playing the guitar as a soloist, you can't really fake anything up there. You have to be a genuine sort of person for people to connect with it, I think, and to be able to express yourself the right way." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Andy McKee discusses his influences, his history with playing guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Lissie

"It was freeing to have the ability to show up with an acoustic guitar really anywhere and express myself. And the rhythm gave me a bed to enhance my vocal. I sing better when I'm playing guitar than when I'm just standing there. I can put my whole body into it." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Lissie discusses her influences, her history with playing guitar, and her Ernie Ball strings.

Rex Brown

Pantera, Down, Kill Devil Hill

"Music to me is about camaraderie with someone that you make something really special with." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Rex Brown discusses creating music with his friends, being influenced by his sister's collection of rock music, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Don Felder

"The guitar has been a part of my daily life since I was ten years old." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Don Felder discusses acquiring his first guitar, being influenced by Elvis Presley at a very young age, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Steve Vai

"When I'm playing, and I'm in the moment of just sitting and playing, there's a lot of freedom in my head, and melodies. I love when I just play and the first thing that comes to mind just comes out. It's very liberating." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Steve Vai discusses his influences, his history with playing guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Jade Puget

AFI

"I almost resisted being a shredder and learning stuff, because that put you in another world. That put you in the metal world, whereas punk was just about aggression and simplicity. Early on it crept in there because I realized I actually like to shred." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Jade Puget of AFI discusses his influences, his history with playing guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

John Myung

Dream Theater

"A good friend of mine that lived two doors down needed a bass player. At the time, I was playing violin, and it had four strings, so I said okay I should be able to figure it out. One thing led to another, and it just became the best idea." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist John Myung of Dream Theater discusses his influences, his history with playing bass, and his Ernie Ball bass strings.

Shavo Odadjian

System Of A Down

"I'm a musician and an artist. I was born to create things and make music. It makes me happy." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Shavo Odadjian of System Of A Down discusses his influences, his history with playing bass and guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Lindsey Troy

Deap Vally

"I feel like I play guitar like a cavewoman or something, you know? Like, I'm just like [makes windmill motion] and sometimes it works." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist Lindsey Troy of Deap Vally discusses her influences, her history with playing guitar, and her Ernie Ball strings.

Kurt Vile

"Coming up with a new song or new riffs, being that it’s what moves me as if I’m listening to someone else’s record, it just gets me. It’s all the same, it’s in my blood." In this episode Ernie Ball artist Kurt Vile discusses his influences, his history with playing guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Chris Broderick

Act of Defiance

"With the guitar, I think it's the challenge of being able to make something sound beautiful on it, especially even with distortion; you want to sound aggressive, but you still want it to sound beautiful." In this episode Ernie Ball artist Chris Broderick discusses his influences, his history with playing guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Nick Hexum and Tim Mahoney

311

"What is guitar playing? It's creativity, it's expression; it's something that my life would not feel complete without." In this episode Ernie Ball artists and 311 guitarists Nick Hexum and Tim Mahoney discuss their influences, their history with playing guitar, and their Ernie Ball strings.

Jesse Hughes

Eagles of Death Metal

"Guitar playing is sometimes the greatest expression of pure joy that you can have. Guitar playing has become the means by which I’ve gotten to see the world. Guitar playing means the ability to express yourself outside of mere words." In this episode Ernie Ball artist and guitarist for Eagles of Death Metal Jesse Hughes discusses his influences, his history with playing guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Dhani Harrison

thenewno2, Fistful of Mercy

"I'd never thought of myself as a very accomplished guitar player, but I've always played in my own way and it's served me emotionally, I think, as a way of being a person." In this episode Ernie Ball artist Dhani Harrison (thenewno2, Fistful of Mercy) discusses his love of guitar, influences, and choice of strings and gauges.

J Mascis

Dinosaur Jr.

"I just found by playing the guitar louder, you can get some air moving and it hits your body and impacts you somehow. So I've always worn earplugs since the beginning too, 'cause I wanted it to affect my body and not just hear it, you know?" In this episode Ernie Ball artist and guitarist for influential rock band Dinosaur Jr., J Mascis discusses his influences, his history with playing guitar, and his Ernie Ball strings.

Kirk Hammett

Metallica

"It's something that helps define myself to myself. It gives me a real sort of foundation as to what I feel--I believe--that I was put on this earth to do, which is to make music." In this episode, Ernie Ball artist and Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett discusses his love of guitar, influences, and choice of strings and gauges.

Clay Cook

Zac Brown Band

"Where all the stars align is where I can have a solo just kill--like really great solo--but also the audience realizes it was a really great solo. When the two world collide, and everyone's happy, and you're really proud of what you did, you can't replicate that." Clay Cook explores his upbringing, influences, and why he's been a die hard Ernie Ball and Music Man fan since the beginning.

Justin Chancellor

TOOL

"Playing bass for me is the ultimate freedom. When I play music, expressing myself is a lot easier". In this episode Ernie Ball artist and bassist for the legendary hard rock band TOOL, Justin Chancellor explores his early influences and how performing live is the ultimate confluence of emotions.

Butch Walker

"I don't know what makes a guitar sound great...I just know the moment I pick it up and hit one chord if it sounds right. It's energy. When it shoots a bolt of energy through you the first time you pull it off the rack, that's how you know it's right. It's like love at first sight". Butch Walker discusses choosing a guitar in this episode of String Theory.

Joe Bonamassa

"It's not the gear, it's the intent. When you play, play with bad intentions. And when you play, the soul of the music has to come out". Watch Joe Bonamassa talk about his early touring days and lifelong passion for guitar playing in this episode of String Theory.

Mike Herrera

MxPx

"Music to me is obviously everything I've been doing my whole adult life. It's in everything. It's always there. It's something that we kinda get used to, and take for granted in a lot of ways, but when it's not there you notice". In this episode Mike explores how different gauges of Ernie Ball Slinky strings help him craft his sound from bass to acoustic guitar, his first Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay and his creative process.

Paul Gilbert

Racer X, Mr. Big

"If you're not bending, you might as well be a harpsichord player. With bending you get to pretend you're a vocalist, even if you have a lousy voice." Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big and Racer X talks about the power of the guitar in this episode of String Theory.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band

"Guitar playing to me is something that I do that's almost as important as breathing air." Watch our conversation with Kenny Wayne Shepherd in this episode of String Theory.

Bobb Bruno

Best Coast

"It's always going to be a life-long exploration about finding different sounds, finding different ways of playing that interest me...it's my life." Watch the full interview with Bobb Bruno of Best Coast in this episode of String Theory.

Dustin Kensrue

Thrice

"The way the guitar wants to be played is dynamically. You're physically and viscerally transferring energy into the strings." Dustin Kensrue from Thrice talks about "playing outside of the box" in this episode of String Theory.

Courtney Barnett

"Playing live ends up being energizing and exciting. Trying new stuff live and knowing it could totally fall apart... that's kind of fun when you pull it off." Courtney Barnett discusses playing live and her color-coded songwriting process in this episode of String Theory.

Joe Don Rooney

Rascal Flatts

"You hold that high note and it's just soaring. And it's like, there's the reason why you're put on this earth." Listen as Joe Don of Rascal Flatts talks about the power of music in this episode of String Theory.

Ilan Rubin

Nine Inch Nails, Angels & Airwaves, The New Regime

"Music and the guitar are synonymous to me. They are what I do for fun, for therapeutic purposes, for work...it's all that I do." See Ilan Rubin of The New Regime, Nine Inch Nails, and Angels & Airwaves talk about his passion for playing in this episode of String Theory.

Josh Carter

Phantogram

"A lot of people ask me, 'how'd you get that synth sound.' I'm like, 'that's just guitar.'" Josh Carter of Phantogram talks about how learning the guitar enhanced his songwriting abilities in this episode of String Theory.

Steve Stevens

Billy Idol

"The guitar is one of those instruments that's just endless. There's always more that you can do on it." Steve Stevens reminisces about playing solos with Billy Idol in this episode of String Theory.

The White Buffalo

"Guitar playing to me is pretty visceral. It's primitive in a sense. But it really is a vehicle for all songwriting and performance. It's my livelihood." Jake Smith aka The White Buffalo discusses his songwriting process and more in this episode of String Theory.

Kai Stuffel

String Theory is a video series by Ernie Ball, in which guitarists and bassists talk about their musical origins and sound performances. In this episode, Kai Stuffel tells us about his influences, his musical career and his experiences with Ernie ball strings.

Hannes Kelch

String Theory is a video series by Ernie Ball, in which guitarists and bassists talk about their musical origins and sound performances. In this episode, Hannes Kelch tell us about his influences, his musical career and his experiences with Ernie ball strings.

Hanne Kah

String Theory is a video series by Ernie Ball, in which guitarists and bassists talk about their musical origins and sound performances. In this episode, Hanne Kah tells us about her influences, her musical career, and her experiences with Ernie ball strings.

Jacky Bastek

String Theory is a video series by Ernie Ball, in which guitarists and bassists talk about their musical origins and sound performances. In this episode, Jacky Bastek talks about her influences, her musical career, and her experiences with Ernie ball strings.

Thomas Blug

String Theory is a video series by Ernie Ball, in which guitarists and bassists talk about their musical origins and sound performances. In this episode Thomas Blug talks about his influences, his musical career and his experiences with Ernie ball strings.

Chris Vega

String Theory is a video series by Ernie Ball, in which guitarists and bassists talk about their musical origins and sound performances. In this episode Chris Vega talks about his influences, his musical career and his experiences with Ernie ball strings.

Christian Adameit

String Theory is a video series by Ernie Ball, in which guitarists and bassists talk about their musical origins and sound performances. In this episode, Christian Adameit talks about his influences, his musical career and his experiences with Ernie ball strings.

Bassel Hallak

String Theory is a video series by Ernie Ball, in which guitarists and bassists talk about their musical origins and sound performances. In this episode, Bassel Hallak talks about his influences, his musical career, and his experiences with Ernie ball strings.