Armed with a 1964 Gibson Firebird V, Joe Bonamassa teaches us some tricks he picked up from the late, great Johnny Winter
The elusive performance took place at The Scene nightclub in New York, and saw the two guitar icons share the stage for an unconventional display of Hendrix's playing powers
In this classic chat, the late guitar legend touches on the songs that led him to the blues, his experience working with Muddy Waters and his indestructible Music Man 4x12 amp
The cover of Johnny Winter's classic is lifted from an upcoming tribute album, due April 15, which features Joe Walsh, Billy Gibbons, Steve Lukather and more
You'll need a little fire in your belly to replicate Winter’s style, so dig in hard to these blues workouts
Set for release in April, Brother Johnny will also feature David Grissom, Taylor Hawkins, Warren Haynes, Doyle Bramhall II, Phil X and Bobby Rush
From the faded Firebird logo on the pickguard to the missing reflector on the rhythm tone knob, the guitar is a meticulous, aged replica of one of the late blues legend's most beloved guitars
Regardless of what style music you play, it will do your ears and your chops good to go through each of these licks.
We celebrate Port Chester, N.Y.'s iconic theater with 10 unforgettable concerts from the venue's storied career.
On July 16, 2014, the world lost one of the greatest and most influential guitarists ever: Johnny Winter.
Several Johnny Winter guitars will be among the more than 400 rarities from the guitarist’s collection that head to Guernsey’s auction block September 30 and October 1.
Dean Zelinsky Guitars’ president, Dean Zelinsky, has announcedthe release of the Johnny Winter Signature Guitar.
Slide guitar is one of the most nuanced and expressive techniques available to guitarists for the performance of melodic lines and solos.
Below, GuitarWorld.com presents an exclusive clip from the new Johnny Winter documentary, Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty.
He’s an albino blues guitarist who’s jammed with Muddy Waters, Jimi Hendrix and Duane Allman. But what Guitar World readers really want to know is …