A rare, pre-Ed Sullivan clip of The Beatles in color and with high-quality audio.
Richard Lloyd discusses his latest collection of solo-laced snaggle-toothed punk jams and winsome, country-laced rockers.
"We were very open to whatever worked.” Badflower's Josh Katz and Joey Morrow discuss how the band's no-frills live sound morphed into their forceful debut album.
As a guitarist, it’s pretty much a certainty that you will have bought — or at least used — one of the late Jim Dunlop Sr.’s products.
"There’s no statement of intention to retire," David Gilmour tells us. So why is he selling off some of his most iconic guitars? Find out in our May cover story.
Frank Zappa famously proclaimed that “jazz isn’t dead, it just smells funny.” And while that certainly may have been true in the Seventies and Eighties, there's a younger breed of jazz musicians making music that is forward-looking but far less odorous.
You probably remember Steve Vai's legendary cameo, but the man behind much of the real guitar work in 'Crossroads' is often overlooked.
In the mood for some mind-blowing picking from a guitarist that you—quite possibly—have never heard of before?