The history of the revolutionary thinline hollowbody that became a leading voice in rock ’n’ roll
Eilon Paz and Dweezil Zappa unpacks the relationship between guitar's most maverick player and the ultimate phaser
The Roots guitarist's new signature Gibson might just be the most versatile SG yet. He walks us through its many features...
From Bartók to bossa nova, Burns talks about the diverse styles that keep him interested and inspired
Tone Bender builder David Main of D*A*M cleans up the fuzzy picture of these classic British stompboxes
The “chief mad scientist” at Curtis Novak Classic Pickups shares his findings on Epiphone‘s lesser-known Spectrum single coils
The story behind every '60s studio's not-so-secret weapon – an electric 12-string that played well and sounded even better
Gibson's head of product development, Mat Koehler, recants the story of a pivotal moment in Epiphone history
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