The outspoken Kiss four-stringer on his new line of Gibson G² guitars and basses, the infectious energy of Eddie Van Halen and his favorite basslines of all time
Frehley is pictured holding the guitar – which was the basis of Gibson's Ace Frehley Signature Les Paul – on the September 1996 Kiss special issue of Guitar World
The Spaceman himself shows off some classic Kiss riffs - in all their attitude-filled, swaggering glory
The fire-breathing Kiss frontman and bassist on being the hardest working, hardest rocking band in the business
From Queen to Gilmour, JoBo to Tool, here are the stories that got the guitar world talking this year
"The only thing that means anything to me is you get up onstage and people love what you do." In a characteristically no-holds-barred interview with GW, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley discuss 'The End of the Road.'
The new greatest hits package is timed to coincide with the launch of the band's End of the Road final tour.
“I’ve always been a ‘fly by the seat of his pants’ kinda guy.” Ace Frehley discusses gear, his reunion with Gene Simmons and the genesis of his new album, 'Spaceman.'