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Ted Nugent rates a host of guitarists in this interview from the March 1987 issue of GW.
Read on for 25 tips that you — as a guitarist — simply can't afford to ignore.
Jimmy Brown shows you an acoustic arrangement of The Who classic "Baba O'Riley."
Everything you need to turn your smartphone or tablet into an extension of your guitar.
Check out the following video, in which Kings of Leon's bass and guitar techs take you on a tour of the Nashville rockers live setup.
In the following Q&A, Primordial guitarists Ciáran MacUiliam and Michael O'Floinn explain what sets them apart from the folk metal pack, and why being Irish gives them the upper hand in what they do.
Gary Rossington, Rickey Medlocke and Mark Matejka break down Skynyrd's 1974 classic.
In the following video, PRS representatives show off some of the company's newest six-string and amp offerings.
In the following Q&A, Swashbuckle guitarist Commodore RedRum explains why his crew is not pagan metal, and how the hell a thrash band of pirates joined Paganfest II.
This video follows BM LINX guitarist Tony Diodore as he travels back to his hometown of Marion, Indiana, where his cousin has created a crazy custom amp.
Mick and Tommy look back at the production of their 1983 sophomore album.
Watch as Every Time I Die guitarists Andrew Williams and Jordan Buckley give you an in-the-studio tour of their gear.
Here, Finland's Moonsorrow discuss their pre-Christian beliefs, anti-nationalism and the future of pagan metal.
What was once the domain of blues-rock string benders is now a staple for most metal guitarists. Here be the dudes who made it so.
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