Out-of-tune guitars and basses add a touch of charm to these recordings
George Lynch tells GW how he teamed up with former bandmates Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown to create the lean, mean End Machine.
Much like the Heartbreakers, the Cars were able to straddle the new wave and classic rock genres without alienating fans of either
Sorry for yet another isolated guitar track, but we couldn't let this one go by. You'll agree when you start listening to it
Les Paul discusses why he wasn't too fond of Gibson's decision to give his namesake model a sleeker look
It's annoyingly insane how incredible SRV could be at the drop of a hat—or at the ring of a bedside alarm clock.
Lee McKinney tells GW how he blended fans' desires and wish lists with his band's creative vision to create 'The Simulation.'
Eric Tessmer — a familiar face in the city’s live-music scene for nearly 17 years — truly embodies the “Texas guitar slinger” archetype.
Experimental jazz master (and Guitar World columnist) Julian Lage guides us through 'Love Hurts,' his adventurous new jazz guitar joy ride
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.
Get a fascinating glimpse of the thought process behind Batio's famously silky sweep arpeggio technique.
Learn how former SRV's Double Trouble keyboardist Reese Wynans teamed up with Joe Bonamassa and his former bandmates for 'Sweet Release.'