The SG has never had better a champion than AC/DC, and fans can finally download their albums from iTunes including a complete set for $149.99, a studio collection for $99.99, ringtones, and the fabulous Live at River Plate. AC/DC are among the last iTunes holdouts in the industry. (Garth Brooks is still holding out. Remember him?)
As to why AC/DC decided to relent is unclear. Brian Johnson told Reuters recently that iTunes was "a monster" that would "kill music" and Angus Young told Sky News that "we've actually increased our back-catalog sales without being on the site." That's all changed now. Vinyl fans will get to purchase Live at River Plate on a three-disc red vinyl set starting tomorrow November 20. The LP set also includes a 24 page booklet. You can stream the album here.
If it's the AC/DC sound you're striving for, look no further than Epiphone's Ltd. Edition "1966" G-400 PRO. The guitar will get you almost all the way there. The rest is up to you.