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Fifteen new signature guitars that can help you channel the spirit of your favorite ax slinger.
The definitive guide to Kurt Cobain's pawn shop prizes, stomp boxes and blown woofers.
Guitar World presents a history of the ever-popular phenomenon of signature guitars.
“The artwork tells the story of King Tut's resurrection,” Scott McMahon says.
If you loved the Tiny Terror but want more power and the ability to switch between rhythm and lead settings, the Orange Dual Terror will be your new best friend.
If you've always lusted for the inimitable pitch-shifting effects of an Eventide Harmonizer but couldn’t afford one, the PitchFactor is the pedal you’ve been waiting for.
Producing a broad palette of tones that bridge the gap between traditional semi-hollow and solidbody guitars, the T3/B offers guitarists a bold new voice.
These axes will satisfy shredders of all ages, from players for whom the Charvel name is just a legend to—especially—those who have experience playing the originals.
In a world where everything is getting smaller, it’s nice to see a company think big. For 2009, Boss has expanded its lineup with the TU-1000 Professional Stage Tuner.
The Mark V is like a greatest-hits package for tone. It’s like having a faithful recreation of Mesa’s most legendary amplifiers—such as the Mark I, IIC+ and IV—packed into one amp, along with bonuses like all-new British-inspired circuits.
Watch this video demo on the new Randall amp.
For years, one of Paul Gilbert’s signature sounds came from a flanger pedal that had been modified to change pitch from high to low, creating a wild dive-bomb effect.
Rock House Method's Metal Guitar Series DVDs feature some of today’s most exciting and influential guitar players demonstrating their techniques.
In this clip from the soon-to-be released feature film It Might Get Loud, Jack White and The Edge give a glimpse into their weird worlds of gear.
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