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When Todd Cage stumbled upon a mysterious $450 Washburn in Guitar Center's Used section, it sent him on a path straight to the Extreme virtuoso
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Armed with a Kramer JK8000, Kent has tackled Dime's most complex Pantera solos with eye-watering accuracy, and even taken a dive into some of the band's deeper cuts
The modern metal man waxes lyrical about the Neural DSP Quad Cortex and his Aristides axe, and reveals how he used both to record Eternal Blue in an Airbnb kitchen
If all you know about Gibson and Epiphone is one is made in the USA, the other in Asia, we've got a guide that'll bring you right up to speed and help you find the right one for you...
To Whammy or not to Whammy? That is the question we’re answering with our guide to the best pitch shifters for guitarists
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Matt Heafy and Corey Beaulieu on how they produced the band's shreddiest album to date, In The Court Of The Dragon
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He started out playing a Les Paul to sound like the Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones. Now, he’s channeling Abba and declaring “I love my Strat!” The Manic Street Preachers frontman offers a few lessons he’s learned along the way