The Australian guitar phenom on the perils of “guitar fame,” the challenges of modern prog and his stunning new album
The Kansas co-founder and guitarist talks highlights, hits, classic guitar solos and new album The Absence of Presence
"I will never play without effects, because they're too much a part of what I do as a player. I rely on being creative with sound"
Turning up the heat on new album Skeletons, TJ and John Osborne explain how it's all about getting lost in the licks
The Deep Purple guitarist on his unusually busy downtime, Purple's smoking new album and his dedication to the art of the solo
The story of the British power pop phenomenon is one of hits, Beatles, music industry sharks and tragedy
How the burgeoning SoCal trio went from getting fired to playing for keeps with a reverb-drenched garage rock sound
The spirit of radio is strong in Dream Theater's shredder-in-chief, as he details how Rush lit a progressive fire in his playing
The alt-country rocker discusses his "clean and loud" approach to recording a Strat through a Roland Jazz Chorus on Reunions
GW joins forces with Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Joe Bonamassa and many more to teach you 100 essential lessons in the art of the six-string
Adrian Quesada and Eric Burton on their unlikely pairing, vintage gear and letting the ear guide the song
The deliciously melodic guitarist busts out the Roger McGuinn/Mike Campbell vibes for his new solo record, Anybody Out There?
The shred icon goes deep on the creation of Shapeshifting, his latest gear inspirations, and the solo that needed 170 takes to get right
The former Sonic Youth bassist/vocalist/guitarist breaks down her truly wild solo debut, No Home Record
John and TJ Osborne offer up an exclusive preview of their upcoming “bigger, louder and more exciting” new album
With the big 6-0 just around the corner, guitar icon Steve Vai reminisces about Satch, Zappa, Alcatrazz and a life in the ultra zone
He's played with Rihanna, Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey, and now the session pro shares what it's like to land one of the highest-profile gigs on the planet - and how you can emulate his success
The guitarist discusses his gutsy, twangy - but definitely rocking - second solo outing, Hard Lessons
The American guitarist and singer-songwriter on the influence of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on his writing style
Stephane Wrembel’s annual The Django Experiment albums are mind-blowing odes to the music, legacy and influence of the late, great Django Reinhardt
The bassist–frontman half of the British power duo Royal Blood gives a coy nod to the gear used on “How Did We Get So Dark” – but don’t expect any instructional videos from this secretive player
The country guitar master discusses his bittersweet new gig with the Eagles, fingerpicking and his powerful new solo album
He of the mad, mad skills talks dinosaurs, blind alleys and the Aristocrats’ quirky-as-hell new album, You Know What...?