Grover Jackson-era Charvel in hand, a young George Lynch wows a small Hollywood audience
These memorable intros bring lighters out of pockets, prompt roars of recognition from a crowd and cause freeway drivers to reach for the volume knob
It's annoyingly insane how incredible SRV could be at the drop of a hat—or at the ring of a bedside alarm clock.
What would Buddy Guy sound like if he were backed by members of Cream and Jimi Hendrix's band? The answer is, of course, very, very awesome.
Joe Satriani rocks an Australian morning show—a rare pre-JS Series Ibanez prototype in hand—in 1988.
Angus demonstrates how he gets "effects" without using pedals, including "rude noises," and siren and rifle sounds.
"You could feel the electricity of ‘something really big’s going down here.’” Tom Petty said of this legendary, unforgettable Prince solo.