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Essential Listening: A guide to 14 addictive guitar tones that'll have you wailing out for more.
Tool's axman reveals the 10 guitarists that inspire his own far-out six-string style.
Tom Scholz releases Boston's Life, Love & Hope, an album 11 years in the making.
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Check out the cover and video preview for Guitar World's June 2009, featuring the Allman Brothers Band.
Guitarist Tom Scholz proudly recalls the making of Boston and Don’t Look Back, two of rock’s all-time greatest albums.
After a five-year hiatus, painstaking guitarist Tom Scholz and his band Boston are back—and seeking revenge on Corporate America, their fifth album in 26 years.
Mudvayne's Greg Tribbett gives an exclusive look into the band's latest release, The New Game.
From the demise of the Yardbirds, Jimmy Page created a new band that would reshape rock and roll for the Seventies and beyond. Guitar World presents the story behind Led Zeppelin’s launch and ascent.
In an exclusive meeting with two rock icons, Gene Simmons and Dave Navarro get together to plug Gene’s new solo album, Asshole.
An exclusive first glance at Classic Hendrix, the dazzling and definitive new Jimi Hendrix photo book with text by Guitar World editor Brad Tolinski.
It's been years since Marty Friedman left his high-profile position with Megadeth. Now living in Tokyo, he's become "Mr. Heavy Metal" - a superstar of Japanese TV and the country's multifaceted music scene.
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