Every now and then, we guitar players should laugh at ourselves. After all, there’s nothing worse than annoying guitar players who think they know everything.
On April 24, 2016, Pink Floyd legend David Gilmour performed a touching tribute to Prince during his show at London's Royal Albert Hall.
On April 21, 2016, the day Prince's death was announced, a YouTube user uploaded a rarely seen pro-shot clip of Prince performing Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love."
What do you do when there's no single job that encompasses everything you want to do? You create one!
Andrew Baena has been playing extended-range guitars for nearly 10 years, and during that time he’s received his share of remarks about his instrument of choice.
"Hey, Junior called," says the woman at the beginning of the video. "He says he can't make the gig tonighhhhhht. How're you gonna play that banjo song by yourself?"
We all know him. He's the guy who's never wrong. His opinion is fact. He’s so sure of himself, he doesn’t believe he’d roast John Petrucci in a guitar battle—he knows it.
In a fantasy world where we can choose to have an expensive guitar and an inexpensive amp or an expensive amp and aninexpensiveguitar, which would you choose?
Fine Brothers Entertainment, the makers of “Kids React” videos, are back with a new clip showing how kids react to hearing Nirvana for the first time.
Back in 2015, guitarist Andre Antunes had a viral sensation with a video in which he copied the styles of 10 famous guitarists while soloing to Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.”
Fine Brothers Entertainment, the makers of “Kids React” videos, have created clips showing how young folks respond to everything from rotary phones to Metallica.
Metallica’s sound has changed up from album to album, and there’s no better indicator of that than James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett’s guitar tone.
A new video has been making the rounds in guitar land, racking up page views like La La Land racked up Oscar nominations (but not wins).
Rob Scallon has been known to rock everything from a ukulele to a shovel. Surprisingly, he’s never put his talent to work on a sitar.
In late 1974, former Beatle George Harrison released a holiday singleof sorts. ItsA-side, "Ding Dong, Ding Dong," was one of the catchier tunes from his latestalbum, Dark Horse.
Metallica will appear on an upcoming episode of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke, the new spinoff series based on the popular Late Late Show segment.