Judging by the name of the company and the guitar pictured here, one would assume that Strictly 7 Guitars only builds seven-string guitars.
Caparison Guitars is a company on an uncompromising quest to build super-sleek guitars that encompass unparalleled tone, tremendous playability and cutting-edge design.
The Fender Custom Shop has introduced its new George Harrison Tribute Rosewood Telecaster.
Yesterday, an interesting green item appeared on Reverb.com. It's an Ibanez TS-808 Tube Screamer that was apparently owned, at some point, by the late Stevie Ray Vaughan.
In November 2003, Fender announced that 100 Stevie Ray Vaughan “Number One” replica guitars would be made by their Custom Shop (all by John Cruz), priced at $10,000 each.
Railhammer has introduced its new Billy Corgan signature pickup.
McCaffrey Audio has announced the release of a new modulation pedal, the Run Rabbit Run Vibe.
GMF, which has had success with its acoustic preamps, is now after electric guitarists with its Bullseye line of effect pedals.
Although most guitarists favor a variety of models, certain players will always be inextricably linked with particular guitars.
As reported by the gang over at Guitar Player, a Martin guitar from the 1870s was smashed to bits on the set of Quentin Tarantino’s 2015 Western, The Hateful Eight. Well, here's a Martin that's...
Imagine Dragons are coming to movie theaters for a special one-night concert event Wednesday, March 2, with their award-winning Smoke + Mirrors.
What we have here is a video showing Pete O'Connell—inventor of something called the Rhysonic Wheel—playing a cover of Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop 'Til you Get Enough."
According to Gibson.com's Peter Hodgson, Jimmy Page's long-lost 1960 Les Paul Custom “Black Beauty” guitar has been found. The axe was stolen from the Led Zeppelin guitarist in 1970.