Dear Guitar Hero: The longstanding bluesman answers your questions on everything from songwriting to playing with Eric Clapton
From Garage Bats to Night Owls, this quirky rock ’n’ roller’s new album is packed with animal magnetism - not to mention some dangerously catchy riffs
The godfather of heavy metal goes deep on his iconic "Monkey" Gibson SG, jams with Led Zeppelin, recording with Brian May, and what he plans to do with all those unheard riffs...
We take an in-depth look at the background, development and evolution of Gibson’s iconic double-cut thinline hollowbody electric...
The up-and-coming country singer-songwriter discusses the importance of building his audience steadily and why nothing beats a Gibson into a Marshall Plexi
"When the show is over and the gear is packed up in the truck, it’s satisfying to see 75,000 people leave with smiles on their faces"
"I see the guitar as a microphone - I try to keep my melodies very simple so that everyone can understand the message"
The alt-rock guitarist talks recording with Saint Asonia, why he's been inspired by Journey's Neal Schon and what the future holds for Staind
Dear Guitar Hero: the Behemoth frontman on everything from his dark blues side project, Me and That Man, to visiting cannibal priests in India, and why he loves Whole Foods
The Gang of Four guitarist inspired big names from U2 and Franz Ferdinand to Tom Morello. We take a look at his diverse and storied career
From Epiphone’s new Inspired by Gibson collection to the Gibson Custom Shop, here’s our pick of the best SGs available right now...
The former Sonic Youth bassist/vocalist/guitarist breaks down her truly wild solo debut, No Home Record
The Aussie multi-instrumentalist talks us through their extensive live setup, love of Fender's Richie Kotzen Teles, and the $20 pedal that will never leave their pedalboard
The bluesman serves up some of the genre's most satisfying licks on Altered Five Blues Band's new album, Ten Thousand Watts
"There’s a far more conscientious attitude about the history and heritage of Gibson, and also what the company represents and where it should go in the future”
Blast off to Kicksville with two baritone single-cuts - the G5260 and G5260T - and a neat G522 double-cut, which offer classic Gretsch tones at pocket-friendly prices...