A trip down the long and winding road of the Fab Four’s best acoustic moments
"I would never want to be on stage knowing that my playing was substandard but hoping that no one notices. That’s not me.”
Though he was technically their bassist, Paul McCartney was responsible for many fine six-string moments in The Beatles catalog.
"You could feel the electricity of ‘something really big’s going down here.’” Tom Petty said of this legendary, unforgettable Prince solo.
“I think my greatest pleasure is writing a song — words and lyrics — that will last longer than a couple of years.”
How a little-known Ringo Starr album track came tantalizingly close to becoming a Beatles song — in 1973.
Guitar World's in-depth study of the gear and guitars used to record one of the greatest albums of all time.
A handful of highlights of almost 50 years’ worth of Clapton/Fab Four studio collaborations—besides “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”