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The Top 10 Guitar Harmonies of All Time

The gang (or person) over at Blend Guitar has compiled a new video list—"The Top 10 Guitar Harmonies of All Time"—and we think it's worth a look.

Perhaps its best feature is its refreshing inclusion of a few offbeat choices, including tunes by Kiss, Racer X and Megadeth. The clip has earned more than 180,000 views in just a few days.

Watch Eric Clapton Perform "Badge" and "Cocaine" at the Royal Albert Hall

Last night, guitar legend Eric Clapton kicked off a run of three high-profile shows at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Review: Prestige Guitars Todd “Dammit” Kerns Anti-Star VI Signature Model

PLATINUM AWARD

If your job is to play alongside one of the most recognizable and iconic guitarists of our time, well then you must be one helluva talented multi-instrumentalist and singer—and Todd Kerns is that guy.

Bassist Jerry Dixon Talks New Warrant Album, ‘Louder Harder Faster’

Since releasing their classic debut album, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, in 1989, hard rock giants Warrant have gone on to sell more than 8 million albums.

And while songs like “Down Boys,” “Heaven,” “I Saw Red” and “Cherry Pie” have cemented their place in Eighties metal history, it’s their tight musicianship, inspired songwriting and perseverance that sets them apart.

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Watch Chris Robinson Recount His Hilarious Grateful Dead Story

Chris Robinson recently sat down with author and journalist Alan Paul for a live interview organized by BackStory Events and Guitar World.

The former Black Crowes frontman discussed his upcoming release with the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Barefoot in the Head, as well as his musical background and more. Not surprisingly, the singer had a ton of hilarious stories to share.

Robinson recalls one such story in the excerpt below. We won’t reveal too many details, but it involves a weed dealer ... and the Grateful Dead.

Is D Minor Really the Saddest of All Keys?

Historically, classical composers felt that D minor was the most melancholy of the keys, suitable for lamentations, dirges and requiems.

Spinal Tap’s Nigel Tufnel thought so too, choosing the key for his musical trilogy “Lick My Love Pump.” “I don’t know why,” he remarks in Rob Reiner’s 1984 film, This Is Spinal Tap, “but it makes people weep instantly.”

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Can a Fender Guitar in Standard Tuning Be Heavy?

In his latest video, internet guitar guy Jared Dines, whose clips appear from time to time on GuitarWorld.com, answers the musical question: Can a Fender guitar in standard tuning be "heavy"?

In the video, which you can check out below, Dines plays a Strat through a Fender Bassbreaker amp. Watch it and let us know your verdict.

Seven Kick-Ass Seven-String Guitar Songs

Look around you. There seems to be a seven-string renaissance happening at the moment. Actually, eight-string guitars seem to be going pretty strong, too.

But there's something particularly satisfying about plugging in a seven and riffing out in between the traditional ranges of the guitar and bass.

Review: Mitchell Guitars HD400 and TD400

GOLD AWARD

Since 1986, Mitchell Guitars has built high-quality acoustic guitars that offer incredible value to beginning and experienced guitarists alike.

Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers Perform Chris Cornell Tributes

As expected, several popular artists have been honoring the late Chris Cornell by performing his music.

Late last week, we shared Megadeth's performance of Soundgarden's "Outshined." Today we bring you two tributes by members of Metallica and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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