Next week Sir Paul McCartney will hit the road for his fall tour with dates at the Prudential Center in Newark, two nights at Madison Square Garden and two nights at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Don't miss him.

Beatle fans should also check out Andy Babiuk's new edition of Beatles Gear which features detailed photos of all the instruments used by The Beatles on the road and in the studio at Abbey Road including their Casinos and McCartney's 1964 Texan. Many of the photographs are from John, Paul, George, and Ringo's personal collections.

"Somehow I made them understand that it was a noble effort of putting together a historical document," Babiuk told Epiphone.com. "So, I finally got them to play ball, which was cool. Which also made it easier when I went to the Rolling Stones and did the same thing. We're pretty passionate about this stuff. But oddly enough, both The Beatles and The Rolling Stones as well were not. It was a tool. They were just musicians…They're not ever freaking out--I can't play unless I have this guitar or this amp or this pedal or whatever. It's kind of interesting."