The unusually spec'd '80s-era six-string, which has swapped hands with two of the biggest names of blues and metal, features pickup selector buttons and a unique vibrato system
Add variety to your blues playing by bringing the two disciplines together in the vein of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimi Hendrix
The blues-rock hero is a big fan of Clapton's Hare Krishna ES-335 – but less so of the ”Blackie” Strat, which he called a “rough ride”
The tome features 100 of the most famous and significant effects in history in hi-res detail, with artist interviews, histories, essays and more
"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"
Featuring the trailblazers, the early innovators, the best jazz, rock, indie, blues, metal and acoustic players - and the best guitarists around today...
A studio recording merely captures a moment in time. Who says you can't play the song more convincingly 17 days later in front of a live audience in Peoria?
Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, Dr. John, Vaughan's former bandmates and more recall the development of one of the greatest guitarists of all time
There aren’t many roads this Strat-wielding blues whiz hasn’t been down, but his new album, The Traveler, still breaks new ground
It's annoyingly insane how incredible SRV could be at the drop of a hat—or at the ring of a bedside alarm clock.