The Rolling Stones' latest album, Blue & Lonesome, is a throwback to their earliest years when the blues was all that mattered to a young Keith Richards and Mick Jagger.
Blues guitar hero Joe Bonamassa just scored a hit—right on the head of a concert security guard.
Last week, we shared some incredibly popular advice from guitarist Kennis Russell—"How to Spot a Fake Fender Stratocaster in Seconds."
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have announced the first dates of their 40th Anniversary Tour.
This week, Guitar World Tech Editor Paul Riario said farewell to his trusty old Line 6 Spider amp. I don't know how long it's been under his desk, but I know it was there when I came to GW six...
This week, Fender quietly announced its new Fender American Professional lineup of electric guitars and basses.
A part of rock history will be auctioned on New Year’s Day when one of Jimi Hendrix’s treasured wah pedals and an amplifier he used to record hit songs go up for auction at J. Levine Auction &...
Kiss recorded “Detroit Rock City” for their 1976 album Destroyer, and the song has become a classic. Over the years, it’s been covered in many different styles, ranging from metal to ska to...
At some point, Kennis Russell bought a used Stratocaster at his local guitar shop.
Vinnie Paul recalls his last words to his brother, Dimebag Darrell, before he was murdered onstage, 12 years ago today as they performed with their band, Damageplan.
Blackberry Smoke The Georgia Southern rock outfit’s fifth album reads as an unspoken tribute to those who came before, from musical heroes to family to classic vintage guitars.
Gretsch has introduced its all-new G6128T-CLFG Cliff Gallup Signature Duo Jet and the expansion of the G6120 Duane Eddy Signature model with two new limited-edition finishes.
Below, check out a video of a complete Dimebag Darrell clinic that took place June 3, 1993, in Arlington, Texas. The Randall Amplifiers-sponsored clinic, which is basically a Q&A session where Dime...