Everyone knows about Eric Clapton’s performance on the Beatles’ “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”
Despite four decades of performing and hearing the song, guitarist Brian May still enjoys what is undoubtedly his biggest hit. “I’m not sick of it,” he tells the BBC.
Alice Cooper guitarist Nita Strauss recently shared her number-one playing tip in a video for UltimateGuitarTV.
While performing at New York’s Beacon Theatre in 2015, Chris Cornell invited his then-11-year-old daughter Toni to join him onstage for a duet on the Bob Marley classic “Redemption Song.”
How big a difference is there in the tone of a new set of strings and one that’s been on a guitar for the past seven years?
Guitarists like to tune down to make their metal riffs sound heavier.But what happens to a metal riff when you tune up? Does it end up sounding wimpy?
Amy Winehouse received so much acclaim for her voice that everyone forgot that she was also a fairly decent guitarist.
Foo Fighters guitarist and frontman Dave Grohl recently joined his mother to promote her new book, From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars.
Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell appeared on CBS This Morning on April 22 and played three songs, including the Soundgarden hit “Black Hole Sun.”
In a recent interview with Guitarist, Hammett reveals how he came to own Greeny, the 1959 Les Paul made famous by Fleetwood Mac founder Peter Green.
As we reported here last week, Tye Trujillo, the 12-year-old son of Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo, is filling in for Korn bassist Fieldy during that band’s South American run.
You may know Metallica’s catalog like the back of your picking hand, but let’s face it: The band has released 10 studio albums containing 115 original songs.
Fine Brothers Entertainment, makers of the popular “Kids React” videos, are back with a new clip showing how youngsters respond to hearing AC/DC for the first time.
Deep Purple’s official YouTube channel has just uploaded classic footage of the group performing “Difficult to Cure,” the title track from their 1981 album.
What does it take to become a guitar hero to guitar heroes? Take a listen to Allan Holdsworth and you’ll get an idea.
Most rock fans have a band or two that they think deserves induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Undoubtedly, you’ve walked into your local guitar store to check out some axes, pulled a guitar off the wall, plugged it in and began wailing with a selection of your favorite riffs.
Lars Ulrich called Lady Gaga “the quintessential perfect fifth member” of Metallica following the group’s collaboration with her at the Grammy Awards on February 12, 2017.
Anyone who’s heard John Frusciante’s work with the Red Hot Chili Peppers knows the man loves the wah pedal. And not just any wah pedal but the Ibanez WH10, a pedal from the Eighties.