Def Leppard's new concert film, And There Will Be a Next Time: Live from Detroit, captures the power and raw energy of one of rock’s most dynamic and celebrated bands.
“I was actually just pulling out my Explorer earlier today,” Stephen Pearcy says when Guitar World calls him at home late on a January afternoon.
A song that many fans have asked me about is “Blast Inc.,” which I recorded with my side project, Haunted Shores.
This month, I’d like to discus the art of improvising over a key change, using a modulation of chords that are a half step apart.
Most rock guitarists employ repetitive sequences in guitar solos, and in this first column I’d like to show you a great exercise based on four-note patterns that will be applicable to many...
In this lesson, I’ll be showing you a relatively unknown picking technique used by my favorite guitarist, Eddie Van Halen.
But it's also the year rock fans got to see a particularly extraordinary assemblage of iconic musicians on one stage. I'm talking about that special night when Metallica, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Joe...
This past Wednesday night, a few friends got together for a low-key gig at Hollywood's Lucky Strike—a hidden bowling alley that doubles as a rock venue.
Years before Jimi Hendrix made it big, he backed up a host of other artists, including Little Richard, the Isley Brothers, Tommy Tucker, Slim Harpo and Wilson Pickett.
Ernie Ball Music Man recently introduced its 2017 Spring Collection, just in time for the 2017 Winter NAMM Show, which takes place in Ahaheim, California, next week.
Malcolm's really underrated. He makes the band sound so full, and I couldn't ask for a better rhythm player. Sometimes I look at Malcolm while he's playing, and I'm completely awestruck by the...
Today, we'd like to remember the legendary John "The Ox" Entwistle of the Who, who was born October 9, 1944. Below, check out some extraordinary footage of Entwistle's isolated bass track from the...
Although this certainly doesn't apply to guys like Flea, Duff McKagan, Geddy Lee or Paul McCartney, a lot of bass players tend to feel, well, ignored.