Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of "Friend of Mine," a new live-session clip by heavy-hitting English alt-rock trio Dinosaur Pile-Up.
There have been countless lists of what others consider to be the very best metal guitar riffs. Some lists are extremely comprehensive, while others focus on the underappreciated efforts of our...
Joe Satriani recently sat down with Classic Rock for a revealing look into his musical history and outlook.
Epiphone has introduced the new Ltd. Ed. Les Paul Custom Pro Koa and Ltd. Ed. Wildkat Koa with Bigsby, each featuring a tone-rich Koa top and critically acclaimed Epiphone ProBuckerTM and P-90...
Electro-Harmonix has released the Bass Clone, a chorus pedal with core circuitry that is nearly identical to the legendary Small Clone chorus, but with added features especially for bass.
Phillip McKnight has taught us five things we didn’t know about the Fender Stratocaster, the Fender Telecaster, the Gibson Les Paul and the PRS Custom 24.
A few weeks ago, musician Tom Ward wowed the internet with his stunning live performance using what appeared to be a “broken” guitar.
What started as a love for two hobbies is evolving into a passion for one business.
In another new new video promoting Metallica's new Back to the Front book, James Hetfield remembers the time the band jammed with Cliff Burton for the first time.
Steve Vai is not just a virtuoso guitarist—he’s also a deep thinker who integrates his philosophical outlook into every aspect of his life, including, and especially, his music.
On the heels of that popular video demonstrating what Metallica's new single, "Hardwired," would've sounded like if it were recorded in the Eighties, someone has decided to take it a step futher.
Ritchie Blackmore says he’s suffering from the effects of age and believes his former Deep Purple bandmates are working themselves too hard given the advanced years of its collective members.
It seems that Gear Gods' Trey Xavier has always wondered, "If you play a guitar underwater, will it make a sound?"