The Beatles were such talented songwriters that it’s easy to overlook the fact that their music has some great—and occasionally groundbreaking—guitar work. With that in mind, Guitar World celebrated the 10 best guitar moments from the band's hit-making history.
Looking for an amp that'll give your tone some more punch but won't add an extra thousand pounds to your rig? You're in luck, because Guitar World has rounded up 20 of the best single-speaker combo, 1x12 guitar amplifiers on the market today.
As every guitarist knows, it's all about tone. But getting that magical tone can sometimes be a black art. How to Hot Rod Your Fender Amp is the first guidebook explaining how you can get the best sound possible out of your Fender amp with simple to advanced modifications.
When I talk music, I always bring up Kiss because, pound for pound, they are probably my favorite band of all time. It’s a toss-up between them and Megadeth. But from a lot of people what I hear is, “Oh man, I could just never get into Kiss." I really feel like a lot of people are missing out on the greatness they have to offer.
Over the last few decades, pedal designers have tried to recapture the gnarly sounds of early phaser effects. Most attempts to duplicate these effects in the digital realm were underwhelming, but the engineers at TC Electronic finally cracked the code, as is evident in their new Helix Phaser and Viscous Vibe TonePrint pedals.
First published in 2001 and now updated and expanded, Tony Bacon's History of the American Guitar (Backbeat Books) begins in New York City in the 1830s with the arrival of Christian Martin, from Germany, to set up the Martin company.
Like a lot of Beatles songs, "Sour Milk Sea" was recorded—in the Sixties—at Abbey Road Studios in London. Also like a lot of Beatles songs, it was written by George Harrison and features Harrison on lead guitar, Paul McCartney on bass and Ringo Starr on drums.