Joining Guy onstage at the Best of Blues and Rock festival in São Paulo, Morello laid down some licks far bluesier than those that populate his catalog with Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave
The rest of the Danish hard-rock group wished Caggiano, who they referred to as a “brother,” “all the best with everything he does in the future”
Albert Lee, Ronnie Wood, Jeff ‘Skunk’ Baxter and Tommy Emmanuel were also on hand at the London Palladium for a tribute to Burton, a legendary guitarist most famous for his tenure as Elvis Presley's six-string sidekick
Alex Lifeson, Richie Sambora, Nile Rodgers, Lindsay Ell, Rivers Cuomo, Brad Paisley, Mike McCready, Brent Mason and more will share their lead guitar wisdom on the first season of Shred with Shifty
Songs you gotta hear from Rockin’1000 ft. Chris Robertson, Extreme, Elegant Weapons, Foo Fighters, Code Orange, ONI feat. Jared Dines and oh so many more
Having already won plaudits from Brian May, young Harry Churchill further wowed viewers and judges alike with Johnny B. Goode á la Back to the Future, and Kiss-like theatrics
Among other never-before-heard gems, the reissued set will feature a dozen takes of Star Fleet, which together chart the course of a solo that May cites as "one of the greatest things" Eddie Van Halen ever did
The full-scale version of the virtuoso's classic signature has returned to the Ibanez lineup, and it's never looked better
The guitar has a fascinating history, heavily intertwined with Beck's significant role in the development of the Strat Plus
The guitar heroes – and It Might Get Loud co-stars – expressed their appreciation for the highly polarizing album in separate encounters with the producer
This week has played host to some of 2023's most exciting tracks so far from Sophie Lloyd and Cole Rolland, Royal Blood, Starbenders, Evile, Mutoid Man, Duane Betts ft. Derek Trucks, Buck Meek and a whole lot more
Wielding an Epiphone Les Paul, Harry Churchill took on a medley of Brian May's guitar parts from the Queen catalog, and put on a heck of a show while doing so
It's clear that the vintage Kramer still has some mojo in it. Of course, Zappa's tapping and immaculate pickwork are pretty darn good, too
The enormously influential singer – who bridged the gap between rock n' roll, R&B and soul – succumbed to "a long illness"
From meticulously re-engineered amps and new custom cabinet IRs to an enhanced version of the firm's acclaimed Guitar Match feature – and even slick new graphics – the update is comprehensive, and free for current BIAS FX 2 users
2.5 hours in total, the film will be free to watch on YouTube, and covers the construction of 5150 Studios, the band's legendary US Festival performance, the making of 1984, and the intra-band tensions that led to David Lee Roth's departure
Hear fresh, vital new guitar work from Nita Strauss, Joe Bonamassa, Red Devil Vortex, R.L. Boyce, Bully, Creeping Death, and many more
The stylish collection comprises three high-end, Japanese-made models and a trio of more affordable Chinese-built six-strings, and boasts striking Two Tone Platinum finishes
Unmissable new cuts from Queens of the Stone Age, Nili Brosh, Alex Skolnick, Black Stone Cherry, Tash Sultana, Asking Alexandria and… Dolly Parton?!
The Portland, Oregon firm's answer to the Strymon Flint and Fender Tre-Verb was inspired by the Fender Showman, but also features a wide variety of other tremolo/'verb effects, with plenty of tweakability, to boot
"Getting worse," the maestro wrote of the wear and tear on his fretting hand, before adding that's it making him "look for new ways to play"
"I got a lot of s**t from people who said I was aping his style," the White Lion legend told Guitar World in a recent interview. "He didn’t agree"
The pop/R&B guitarist and super-producer's Mexican-made signature model also boasts noiseless pickups and a host of striking visual appointments – including a unique Chaos Burst finish