"There’s no statement of intention to retire," David Gilmour tells us. So why is he selling off some of his most iconic guitars?
"That experience you have when you’re younger — you get together with your friends, you go down to the basement, crack open some beers and play — it’s right there in these tracks."
Gain unique insight into the ins and outs of Jimi Hendrix's guitar sound from a man who knew it better than anyone.
When this German guitarist and songwriter isn’t burning down the house with Rammstein, he’s exploring other musical avenues with Emigrate. But what GW readers really want to know is...
'The Outer Ones' is Revocation's heaviest and most cohesive album to date. Read about how it came together.
"It’s so special to me, because 'Sleep Walk' became my life, and to know it was never an oldie, or doo-wop, and can connect with any time. It’s real."
“While the tools are available to everyone now, and even though it’s software and not hardware, you still have to learn what these things do,” Evick says.
He was two-hand tapping long before it became “the thing to do,” was a member of Genesis, formed GTR with Steve Howe and has been releasing top-notch solo albums for more than 40 years. But what GW readers really wanna know is...
What's it like, exactly, to play guitar in a Led Zeppelin tribute band? We decided to ask three of the best.
"The only thing that means anything to me is you get up onstage and people love what you do." In a characteristically no-holds-barred interview with GW, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley discuss 'The End of the Road.'