What happens when you take 10 of the most popular guitar riffs and play them backward?
Guitar comparison videos have become quite the thing these days.
On the night of February 19, 1987, Taj Mahal and the Graffiti Band—featuring Jesse Ed Davis on guitar—were performing at the little ol' Palomino Club in North Hollywood.
Looking for a crappy sound? Dr. No Effects is here to help.
A chorus pedal is a great way to create thicker sounds from a single signal.
Thirty-five years have passed since the Michael Schenker Group released their legendary live album, One Night at Budokan.
Acoustic fingerpicker Joshua Jacobson scored quite a coup on his wonderful debut album, Good Little Thing, getting Dickey Betts to play on a cut.
The Kemper Profiling Amp has become the “amp” of choice for many touring and studio guitarists.
Today, GuitarWorld.com and AcousticNation.com present the exclusive premiere of "Another Pill to Take," a new song by See, a 23-year-old singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Long Island...
The gang over at Reverb have come up with what might be the best pickup-shootout video on YouTube.
Metallica have written and recorded more than 100 songs in their 35-year career. Several of those have gone on to become staples at the group’s concerts.
A few hours ago, the gang over at Black Sabbath's official YouTube channel posted a new music video for "Killing Yourself to Live," an album track from 1973's Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.
In these clips from Epiphone released earlier this year, artists Bonnie Bishop, Adam Hood and Jack Ingram perform with Masterbilt Century models.