The Killing Joke guitarist found his sound in a Gibson ES-295 and an ear for lush yet haunting tone
How White got the sound of one of the most iconic guitar riffs of all time - and how you can nail the tone for cheap
Ronnie Wood’s rhythm track on the Faces’ classic Stay with Me is one of the raunchiest guitar tones of all time. Learn how he got it
"One Thing Leads to Another" still sounds as infectious and cool today as it did back in 1983. Learn more about its distinctive guitar tone.
Aerosmith’s mid-Seventies albums are virtual encyclopedias of awesome hard rock guitar tones. Learn how Joe Perry got his on their iconic hit, "Walk This Way."
There’s much more to Angus Young's "Hell's Bells" tone than just his timeless Gibson SG Standard and Marshall amp rig.
How to emulate the foreboding, tense guitar tone on Blue Oyster Cult's timeless hit, "(Don't Fear) The Reaper."
Learn how Pat Travers got his stellar tone on the legendary live version of "Boom Boom (Out Go the Lights)."