GEORGE LYNCH Interviewed On 'Japanese MetalHead Show' (Audio)

Chiaki of the new "experimental" podcast dubbed "Japanese MetalHead Show" conducted an interview with legendary guitarist George Lynch (DOKKEN, LYNCH MOB, SOULS OF WE) on February 25, 2011 at the Avalon club in Santa Clara, California. Lynch talked about the current tour with LYNCH MOB, the new SOULS OF WE album, and his new project with DOKKEN's Mick Brown and Jeff Pilson.

You can now listen to the podcast using the audio player below. (Note: The Lynch interview begins at the 34:12 mark.)

According to, Lynch has collaborated with world-renowned speaker manufacturer Celestion to create the signature G12-50GL Lynchback.

In 2010, George challenged Celestion to build his dream guitar loudspeaker. He wanted a new style of speaker, blending Celestion vintage tonality with the capability of providing, on demand, a harder-edged and more modern sound.

Celestion engineered a speaker with a unique blend of sonic elements taken from models introduced throughout their history.

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