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...
John and TJ Osborne offer up an exclusive preview of their upcoming “bigger, louder and more exciting” new album
The Alice Cooper shredder and 21st-century guitar hero discusses her new online guitar course, Rock Guitar Fundamentals
The Dutch master discusses his signature Aristides axes, his upcoming EDM-meets-guitar project and Apocalypse & Chill
We touch down on planet Earth with the captain of the Tentacles’ space-rock craft following the release of his debut solo album, Shimmer Into Nature
50 years on, we dig deep into the unraveling of the most commercially successful band of all time, and the subsequent solo careers of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison
The founder of London-based pedal mavericks Rainger FX talks tone and explains why stompboxes are here to stay...
He’s lauded worldwide as a songwriter, vocalist and slide player par excellence. We caught up with the Canadian guitarist to find out what makes him tick
After meeting each other on an online-collaboration site, this international foursome is out to rid the world of “dumbed-down, lowest-common-denominator music”
Guitarist Johnny Stevens and bassist Rich Meyer contemplate going electronic, custom guitar builds and bringing up the bass
Reach for the Silver Sky, folks! It’s time to add some boutique panache to the backline and sex up your stompbox game
“If you can be humble enough to be the worst musician in the room, you’ll get better,” says the Grammy-nominated guitarist