How Chuck Berry Wrote “Johnny B. Goode”
How Chuck Berry wrote “Johnny B. Goode” and created the guitar hero.
We've all seen the classic, grainy clips of Jimmy Page dragging a violin bow across the strings of his Telecaster or Les Paul to produce eerie, evil, previously unimaginable sounds.
NEXI Industries has introduced its analog Wah (WWA-01) pedal.
After a two year research and development effort, Michael Kelly Guitar Co. has announced a brand new line of ultra lightweight guitars.
If you’re a Jethro Tull fan, you probably noticed years ago that there is a distinct resemblance between one of the prog-rock group’s older songs and the Eagles’ monster hit “Hotel California.”
It's no secret that the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards was one of Chuck Berry's biggest—or at least most famous—fans.
IK Multimedia is proud to present the new Fulltone Collection for AmpliTube for Mac/PC, which offers guitarists and all musicians an essential palette of sounds that span from classic to...
Stevie Ray Vaughan’s rhythm playing was as strong as his lead work, a fact that is evident on “Pride and Joy,” the first single from Texas Flood, his 1983 debut album with Double Trouble.