In an exclusive new lesson, Troy Grady breaks down the key techniques in Paul Gilbert's seminal 'Intense Rock' instructional video.
The Aqueduct is a real head-turner, not to mention one of the most fun pedals EarthQuaker Devices has ever produced.
The Fender American Original ’60s Jazzmaster certainly will inspire a new generation of players like the Sixties original did.
In this brand-new Joel Hoekstra lesson, take a look at rhythm guitar and the incorporation and understanding of suspended chords.
In our December cover story, Paul Gilbert discusses how his newfound love of jazz, a different outlook on melodies and The Beatles inspired his eclectic new album.
In his latest lesson, Judas Priest's Richie Faulkner analyzes the guitar work of the great Jimi Hendrix.
Steered by the streamlined chugging of their catchy-as-hell “Executioner’s Tax (Swing of the Axe),” Power Trip have been whipping metal crowds into a frenzy across the globe.
“I’ve always been a ‘fly by the seat of his pants’ kinda guy.” Ace Frehley discusses gear, his reunion with Gene Simmons and the genesis of his new album, 'Spaceman.'
“It’s definitely the best representation of the entire band that we’ve ever done.” Skeletonwitch discuss how they battled years of turmoil and re-emerged with their brilliant, expansive new album.
Learn how Pat Travers got his stellar tone on the legendary live version of "Boom Boom (Out Go the Lights)."
The Seymour Duncan Fooz Analog Fuzz Synthesizer revives early guitar synth technology while offering the advantage of modern sound quality and reliability.
“Anything’s fair game, really.” Tauk discuss their cosmic, wide-ranging new album, 'Shapeshifter II: Outbreak.'
Even at 68, Billy Gibbons is still moving fast. Here, the ZZ Top legend discusses how he returned to his roots for his terrific new solo album.
The Vox Mini Superbeetle combines classic looks with sweet jangly tone in a miniature amp stack that will sit well onstage — or anywhere.
“The sonic journey it goes through, we touch on everything.” In a new GW interview, Coheed and Cambria open up about their epic new album.
Offering guitarists the utmost in playing freedom, the wireless, compact Boss Katana-Air is truly liberating from a tone creation, practice, recording and performance perspective.