Plus! The year's biggest and wildest guitar news, a transcription of Jeff Beck's final masterpiece, Dethklok, Buzzcocks, Paul Stanley's son and more!
Built from a John Lennon demo, Now and Then features newly recorded contributions from Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, with additional guitar work from the late George Harrison
Plus! The Rolling Stones, the amazing Mr. Jimmy, Baroness, Trevor Rabin, Steve Lukather, Christone "Kingfish" Ingram, Mateus Asato, the Velvet Underground's John Cale & more
GW and Warren Haynes choose the late Robbie Robertson's essential tracks, plus K.K. Downing, the Mars Volta, the Hives, King Gizzard and more
Featuring fresh input from Kim Thayil, Dave Mustaine, Vernon Reid, Marc Ford, Marty Friedman, K.K. Downing, Andy Bell, Steve Stevens, Art Alexakis and more, more, more!
Bowie’s Let’s Dance album introduced the future blues icon to the world. The pair were slated to perform together in support of the record, but SRV never got on the tour bus…
The visionary virtuoso put a jazzy and classical spin on a technique most often associated with hard-rock, and applied it to a bold reimagining of the Led Zeppelin classic
Plus! Buddy Guy, Nita Strauss, Oingo Boingo, In Flames, Drug Church, Dirty Honey, bluegrass shredders and a new Pink Floyd-style arrangement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata
Also featuring new interviews with Vito Bratta, Warren Haynes and Jake Kiszka, plus Sevendust, Opeth, Dirty Honey, and a review of the new Boss SDE-3000 EVH Dual Digital Delay
Plus! Neil Giraldo, the history of Aria Guitars, why Joe Bonamassa loves '54 Strats, Jesus Piece, Ally Venable, the life and times of Zal Yanovsky, a fuzz fiesta and more
See King wrap his head around the (then up-and-coming) talent of SRV – a player he first knew as ‘Little Stevie’ – in a blues jam for the ages
Plus! Samantha Fish & Jesse Dayton, Steel Panther, Paul Gilbert does Dio, Chris Holmes, the top 10 tools for every gig and tributes to Gary Rossington and David Lindley
Plus! Periphery, Huey Lewis guitar great Chris Hayes, Nova Twins, Tom Verlaine, Vinnie Moore, Obituary, Slade's Noddy Holder, the Sweet's Andy Scott and more, more, more!
Plus! Dave Mustaine talks Metallica and John Fogerty recounts his Creedence Clearwater Revival-era gear
Plus! The truth about gear acquisition syndrome, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Mercyful Fate, Arch Enemy, the Kinks and more
From studio sessions with Ozzy Osbourne all the way to a surprising reggae run-out with Toots & The Maytals, here are 50-plus years' worth of Beck's greatest collaborative credits
Plus! Wings guitarist Denny Laine revisits Red Rose Speedway and Band on the Run, our headless guitar roundup, a new lesson by Joe Bonamassa and more
Plus! The year's biggest guitar news, best new gear, our picks for guitarist of the year, the future of EVH Gear, Orianthi, Jason Richardson and much more!
Following the breakup of the Beatles, Harrison invented an entirely new, distinctive, and often-imitated guitar persona for himself. Revisit the finest of those post-Beatles six-string moments
A good Hendrix cover is a rarity, so we've taken it upon ourselves to compile the 10 greatest takes on Hendrix classics
Plus! John Petrucci goes solo, GA-20's massive blues, Dead Cross, a new Dimebag lesson, Steve Miller and more
In the 1985 blockbuster, Marty McFly travels back in the time to 1955 to shred faces at a high school dance – but the Gibson ES-345 wasn't introduced until 1958...