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InterviewsScott Gorham Interview: Black Star Riders’ Thin Lizzy Redux
It’s a long road from sunny Southern California, to foggy ol’ London town.
NewsDid Indianapolis Colts Owner Get A Deal on Les Paul’s Black Beauty?
Jim Irsay, owner of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts -- a big-time guitar fanatic shown playing the acou
InterviewsRandy Bachman Interview: Hall of Famer on Tone, Hits, and History
Once in a great while, the actual tone of the guitar on a particular recording becomes almost as leg
NewsOzzy’s New Video Hits Collection Debuts at #1
Ozzy ain’t too old to rock ‘n’ roll yet.
InterviewsLighting a Fire with Candlebox and Peter Klett
Candlebox recorded their debut self-titled album in Seattle in 1993 following a wave of grunge succe
InterviewsAn Interview with Phil Campbell of Motorhead
They are Motorhead and they play rock and roll.
InterviewsDevon Allman Interview - Honeytribe
We live in a very interesting time in the music industry.
ColumnsRecording an Acoustic Guitar in Garageband '11
Last time we tracked an electric guitar in Garageband, using the on-board amps and effects.
NewsTony Iommi's Classic SG Stolen - Reward Offered
Tony Iommi's Red Custom Shop Iommi SG was stolen at the Tribute Show that Heaven and Hell performed
InterviewsGeorge Benson: Absolutely Fabulous
Anyone interested in jazz guitar has undoubtedly come across Cookbook, Benson Burner, and It's
InterviewsAn Interview with Dave Immergluck
The San Francisco Bay area has depth, and not just in the ocean deep or championship sports teams.
InterviewsTruly Gigantic!- An Interview with They Might Be Giants
Maybe you stumbled upon this quirky alternative-pop duo back in the 80's because of the wild undergr
InterviewsChatting with Warren Haynes
Wherever it is they park rock 'n' roll tour buses between road trips, that must be where Warren Hayn
InterviewsA Conversation with Roy Rogers
The San Francisco Bay area has long harbored a healthy blues scene, due in part to the open-minded h
InterviewsAn Interview with Johnny A.
Chord melodies are some of the most intriguing and confounding beasts any guitarist will ever attemp
InterviewsAn Interview with Merle Haggard
When speaking of truly groundbreaking artists who helped define a musical genre, one can?t ignore th
InterviewsGet Inside the Blues with B.B. King - Interview
When it comes to blues guitar playing, nearly everyone can do it, but only a handful of folks can do
InterviewsA Conversation with Angus Young
Angus Young ain't Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix or Eric Clapton, but there's a reason why a recent EBAY au
InterviewsA Conversation with B.B. King
Warm and welcoming, B.B. King greets visitors with a wide grin and a firm handshake.
ColumnsCleaning Your Pots
You're jamming with your friends and your solo is coming up.
ColumnsPickupology 101
Nothing changes the tone of an electric guitar more than its pickups.
InterviewsTECHnically Speaking with Michael Kaye
Introducing Michael Kaye - he has served as a touring technician for the past 30 years.
InterviewsKing of the Blues- A Conversation with B.B. King
Go ahead and try to keep up, few will ever be able to claim they could. Keep up with what, you ask?
InterviewsPointed Return - An Interview with Tommy Victor of Prong
I wonder how many people that will read this used to watch Headbanger's Ball?
InterviewsMelvin Taylor Interview - Anonimity With Style
As far as the patrons of a Windy City watering hole called Rosas Lounge are concerned, there are rea
InterviewsAC/DC Interview - Hard Attack
Guitar.com: Why did four years elapse between the release of Ballbreaker and Stiff Upper Lip?Young:
InterviewsB. B. King - Good Times Keep Rollin'
From his humble roots as a Delta sharecropper to his current status as king of the blues and frequen