There aren’t many roads this Strat-wielding blues whiz hasn’t been down, but his new album, The Traveler, still breaks new ground
Warren Haynes dishes on how he's kept Gov't Mule together for 25 years, and offers an interesting take on the regime of self-improvement as a guitarist
The E Street Band guitarist on the background to Blue with Lou and its five 'lost' songs, co-written with Reed more than 40 years ago
The UFO guitarist on his new instrumental record, saving his hard drive over his guitar and why there is no bad gear anymore
Mix grinding guitars, anthemic choruses, unyielding hooks and the unsettling voodoo vibe of the best Southern folklore, and you’ll get an idea of what Dead Posey are about
The shred survivor details how he assembled some of the world's greatest guitarists for Triumphant Hearts
In this day in age, it's difficult to find a band that truly doesn't sound like anyone else. Black Midi is that group
Tone-Meister Ian Thornley explains his riff-heavy approach to …but for the sun, the beloved Canadian Rockers’ latest slice of gut-crunching rock and roll
The rockabilly icon talks big-band productions, his Stratocaster fascination and the Cats' new studio album, 40
This record proved that the “Little Ol’ Band from Texas” was continuing to refine their unique brand of boogie
Much like the Heartbreakers, the Cars were able to straddle the new wave and classic rock genres without alienating fans of either
Y’all sent us a ton of questions for Laiho, the longtime lead guitarist and frontman for Children of Bodom. Here are some of the best — and some of the rest!
Buzz Feiten’s latest creation pays tribute to the late, great Bo Diddley (and Joe Walsh has already claimed one!)
"Every time you work on something, it should be better than the last." Tracii Guns muses on the magic of L.A. Guns, and their inspired new album.
Although Jake Dreyer has been making waves as a major-league shred monster for years, it’s astonishing to remember that he’s only 26.
As a guitarist, it’s pretty much a certainty that you will have bought — or at least used — one of the late Jim Dunlop Sr.’s products.