In case you've ever needed more evidence that the majority of a guitar player's sound is in their fingers
Joe Satriani rocks an Australian morning show—a rare pre-JS Series Ibanez prototype in hand—in 1988.
You probably remember Steve Vai's legendary cameo, but the man behind much of the real guitar work in 'Crossroads' is often overlooked.
“Give us a couple of years, we will be right there with Fender and Gibson" - the then-little-known Paul Reed Smith.
During the production of the 1966 filmBlow-Up, director Michelangelo Antonioni envisioned a scene similar to that of Pete Townshend's famous live ritual of smashing his guitar on stage.