Examine some of rock guitar’s greatest slow burns.
Spaghetti western guitar is damn fun to play, easy on the ear, miles off the beaten path and charmingly weird.
“Give us a couple of years, we will be right there with Fender and Gibson" - the then-little-known Paul Reed Smith.
These nuggets will give your playing some interesting variations and patterns you can mix and match while navigating the fretboard.
Some rarely seen footage of Eddie Van Halen backstage playing some of the riffs that influenced him the most.
In the U.S., Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album was only three months old—and it wouldn't be released in the U.K. for another two weeks.
"Maybe it’s just something that they picked up on subconsciously," Ian Anderson once said of the similarities between these two particular tunes.