Grover Jackson-era Charvel in hand, a young George Lynch wows a small Hollywood audience
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.
Remember the time Slash overstayed his welcome during a live appearance with Michael Jackson? We didn't either.
In 1979, the man who wrote "Silly Love Songs" decided to break out the rock and roll (and a few love songs).
The track, which highlights Mark Tremonti's furious fretwork, is the first official taste of the band's new album, 'Walk the Sky.'
Angus demonstrates how he gets "effects" without using pedals, including "rude noises," and siren and rifle sounds.
Louisiana slide-guitar guru Sonny Landreth demonstrates his incredible (but unconventional) slide techniques.
Though he was technically their bassist, Paul McCartney was responsible for many fine six-string moments in The Beatles catalog.