The late guitar legend talks learning through teaching and his early days with Ozzy Osbourne in this classic Guitar World interview from 1982
The Slyboots four-stringer recalls her formative years playing bass, and how the NYC bass community moulded her into the player she is today
From Eruption to Jump, EVH weighs in on some of the band's biggest hits in this classic GW interview
"He doesn't go in for the leather-and-studs macho posturing of popular heavy metal bands and he's not particularly adept at crowd manipulation as many of the top rock bands are"
In this classic interview from 1996, the Canadian guitar hero dissects Rush anthems from 2112 to Limelight and The Spirit of Radio
The Long Island D'Addario brothers on their individual writing styles, suffering from gear acquisition syndrome and masterful new album, Songs For The General Public
The prog icon discusses his diverse career, love of vintage guitars and why Yes sought to decommercialize their music
The Life Of Agony guitarist talks melodic solos, his unusual approach to recording and the band's latest album, The Sound of Scars
The King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard mastermind on the band's laidback approach to jamming, recording in shipping containers and his newfound love for the Gibson Explorer...
One of metal's most formidable guitar duos evaluate some of their discography's most significant entries
On The Best of Tommysongs, the acoustic wizard revisits - and reinterprets - some of his favorite compositions (and throws in a handful of future classics)
Bought & Sold: From pawn shops and stolen guitars to ’bursts and signature Gibsons, The Doors legend reveals his trials and tribulations in the trade...
From Surfing with the Alien to Summer Song, Satch takes a look back at some of his most shred-tastic tracks and extraordinary guitar achievements
From Jeff Buckley to Gods and Monsters and beyond, the Captain Beefheart alum celebrates his diverse career on an impressive new compilation album
The versatile pop guitarist reveals the gear and production secrets behind the band's Notes on a Conditional Form - and why they'll never make an album like it again
After years backing Sleater-Kinney, Kurt Vile, Wild Beasts and beyond, a nomadic six-stringer makes her uncompromising solo debut
The LTD-wielding guitarist talks the music business, The TxLips Band and the genius of Sister Rosetta Tharpe
California thrashers Chase Becker and Adam Carroll talk epic tracks, happy accidents and Weapons of Tomorrow