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The Top Ten Slow Guitar Solos

Remember those old Bugs Bunny cartoons where a pompous Bugs would race a tortoise—and lose? The moral of the story: slow and steady wins the race.

Photo Gallery: Guitar World Magazine Covers Throughout the Years — 2003

Check out this week's gallery to see what was happening all things guitar in 2003.

Photo Gallery: Guitar World Magazine Covers Through the Years — 1993

Grunge was the new sheriff in town. See what Guitar World's answer to the Seattle movement was in 1993.

Photo Gallery: Guitar World Magazine Covers Throughout the Years — 2005

It wasn't too long ago, but hey, it's fun to reminisce. Here is this week's gallery of Guitar World issues past.

Photo Gallery: Guitar World Magazine Covers Throughout the Years — 2004

When looking back upon this week's gallery of Guitar World issues, remember all the great guitar moments of 2004, remember Dimebag and the path he blazed for groove-metal devotees, and remember the heroes who showed courage under fire at that club in Columbus, Ohio.

Poll: What Was the Best Guitar Album of 2004?

Peruse this week's list with care -- the fate of 2004's Best Guitar Album rests in your hands.

Poll Results: Top 10 Guitar Albums of 2002

Your Number One album of 2002 was one of the most hotly anticipated records of that year, a debut molded by a collection of gifted musicians still riding their creative peaks

Poll: What Was the Best Guitar Album of 2003?

There were more than seven-string, down-tuned guitars and guttural vocals in 2003. See this week's Best Album poll below and let us know which is your favorite.

Poll: What Was the Best Guitar Album of 2002?

Although it is impossible to catch every single guitar-tinged album that comes out in a given year, 2002 was so saturated with material -- some worthy, some not so much -- it was hard to remain concise.

Photo Gallery: Guitar World Magazine Covers Throughout the Years — 2002

Much loss was felt among the music community in 2002. It was, sadly, a year marred by the deaths of some of rock and roll's most talented visionaries. In March, Ozzy Osbourne/Motley Crue drummer Randy Castillo died of cancer, just two weeks before Alice in Chains singer Layne Staley succumbed to his addictions in his self-imposed exile at his Seattle condo. Founding Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone also died of a heroin overdose in June, as did Ratt guitarist Robbin Crosby one day later.