This cutaway electric flat-top set a template for modern acoustic design
Three classic student models demystified by Fender historian, collector and co-author of Fender: The Golden Age 1946–1970, Terry Foster
Brian McDonald tells the story of how Fender built the ultimate EVH tribute – the original tone monster
Marshall’s archivist and technical specialist Phil Wells on the amps that put power into flower power
From battered Martins and vintage Gibsons to pre-CBS Fender Jazzmasters we talk to the Philadelphian indie-rocker about all the guitars he’s loved and lost
Chet Atkins will always be remembered for his golden-era Gretsch guitars, but can you remember which one’s which?
Historic Hardware: we get up close and personal with some of the most coveted guitars to come out of the Custom Shop
The custodian of the Greeny Les Paul recounts his recent meeting with Peter to reunite him with the guitar after decades apart
Historic hardware: Martin & Co’s museum and archives specialist Jason Ahner guides us through some pivotal 19th and 20th-century Martins
The former lead guitarist and musical director for Beyoncé on creativity, playing with Pink, performance tips, and finding her life-shred balance
Historic Hardware: Tele expert Richard diZerega walks us through the Blackguard era of Esquires, Broadcasters, Nocasters and Telecasters
From clean-cut surf to punk, the Jag is an offset with a lot of history. Guitar historian Martin Kelly unpacks its story
With eight designs, four models and two body shapes, Gibson’s Firebirds were anything but one and the same...
The history of Epiphone’s mini-’bucker-loaded thinline, which was the answer to Gibson’s PAF-toting ES-335
The prog icon discusses his diverse career, love of vintage guitars and why Yes sought to decommercialize their music
That Pedal Show co-host Mick Taylor, Analog Man’s Mike Piera, and Tube Screamer circuit designer Susumu Tamura on one of the world's most popular and influential overdrive pedals