Dimebag Darrell's "Trademark" Pick-Squealing Lesson
Enjoy Dimebag Darrell's trademark pick-squealing lesson.
Today, for pretty much no reason at all, we'd like to revisit Elliott Randall's grinding, masterful guitar solo from Steely Dan's "Reelin' in the Years."
Musicians have had all sorts of ways of dealing with audience members who pay more attention to their phones than to the stage performance.
We’ve all seen the intro to It Might Get Loud where Jack White builds a Depression-era diddley bow (one-string slide guitar) on his front porch.
We’ve all heard the talk box, the guitar effect that allows you to sing through your instrument by using a tube inserted in your mouth.
Jared Dines—a multi-instrumentalist with more than a million YouTube subscribers—has obviously witnessed a lot of weird soundchecks in his day.
For every Grinch out there who's already sick of the holidays, here’s a reprieve from the overload of “joy” and “cheer.”
In the current March 2013 issue of Guitar World, guitar legend Peter Frampton gives GW readers the full Dear Guitar Hero treatment, answering 12 questions about everything from Pensa Suhr guitars...