InterviewsAn Interview with Mick Thompson of Slipknot
It's hard to imagine Slipknot guitarist Mick Thompson, more commonly known as 7, getting teary-eyed
InterviewsRusty Zinn: Chillen the Blues
 While Rusty Zinn may be on the fast-track to blues stardom, it is his veneration for tradition
InterviewsCharlie Hunter Interview - Two-Fisted Guitar Hero
Charlie Hunter has been working the jazz scene, or at least its fringes, for a few years now.
Interviews10 Questions with Troy Van Leeuwen - Queens of the Stone Age
Whether you're familiar with his name or not, more than likely you've heard his exceptional guitar t
InterviewsYes, Scott Spiezio of the Seattle Mariners Plays Guitar
 Scott Spiezio won the 2002 World Series while a member of the Anaheim Angels.
InterviewsAn Interview with Sugar Ray Drummer, Stan Frazier
That's right, were doing an interview with a drummer.
RockAn Interview with Mark Wood of Trans-Siberian Orchestra
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InterviewsMark Snyder - John Petrucci’s Main Man catches up with Mark Snyder, the man behind the curtain for Dream Theater's John Petrucci
Interviews10 Questions with Wolf Marshall
Wolf Marshall's name has become synonymous with guitar education and has been so for the latter part
InterviewsTECHnically Speaking with Michael Kaye
Introducing Michael Kaye - he has served as a touring technician for the past 30 years.
Interviews10 Questions with Todd Whitener – Tantric Hey Todd, how goes it?Todd Whitener: Not too bad, man.
InterviewsInterview with Jason Stollsteimer and Marci Bolen of The Von Bondies
Detriot, Michigan, The Motor City, Motown - call it what you want but it has become an important pie
InterviewsInterview with Steve Prior - Jeff Beck’s Guitar Tech
Every wonder what it's like working for one of the guitar greats?
Interviews10 Questions with Kaki King - Album: Everybody Loves You
In a world where the genre of fingerstyle guitar is clearly dominated by male guitarists comes one K
InterviewsSteve Wilson- Stevie Ray Vaughan's Road Scholar
Steve Wilson got his start as a production assistant before hooking up with Stevie Ray Vaughan.
InterviewsAn Interview with Ted Nugent
In the '70s, Nugent's relationship with his big hollow-body Gibson Birdland yielded some of his catc
InterviewsInterview with Robby Krieger of The Doors
Nowadays, nihilism and disaffection are commonplace in guitar rock.
InterviewsGene Parsons Talks About the B-Bender
Ever wonder who's the techno-mechanical brains behind those intriguing, tone-stretching B-Benders?
InterviewsSteve Winwood Interview - Always A Guitar Player
Bring up the name Steve Winwood, and most music fans immediately think piano and organ, not to menti
InterviewsAn Interview Floyd Rose
If youre looking for an indicator of Floyd Rose's impact on the guitar world, look no further than t
InterviewsSteve Vai Interview: Totally Vai-able
Steve Vai is an artist who needs little introduction.
InterviewsStevie Ray Vaughan - The Way We Were
It's hard to believe now, but in his lifetime Stevie Ray Vaughan was an underdog.
InterviewsTool - Aenima Magnetism
The alternative misfits in Tool are masters of mood and expression.
InterviewsWe Speak with Buzz Feiten of Buzz Feiten Tuning System
I have been struggling for years with the tuning of my guitars. Have you?
InterviewsWayne Kramer and the MC5 - Still Kickin'
Kramer, of course, was part of the MC5, the flying fist of sound that punched its way out of the Mot
InterviewsStereomud - Joey Z Interview
Though first-timers on the Jagermeister Tour, Stereomud are veterans of the nu-metal scene.
InterviewsTaproot - Looking a Gifthorse In The Mouth and Laughing All The Way
Most bands would be excited to hear from Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst.
InterviewsT-Bone Walker Interview- Bad to the T-Bone
Few blues records were made during World War II.
InterviewsString Cheese Incident - The Bill Nershi Interview
Bluegrass and jam bands kind of go together, thanks to the influences and influential shadow of Jerr
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?
InterviewsSteve Hackett Interview - Genesis Part 1
The creative core and instrumental dexterity of the original Genesis had much to do with guitarist S
InterviewsAn Interview with Mike Rutherford of Genesis Part 2
Although he's known for playing bass guitar in Genesis, Mike Rutherford contributed many guitar pass
InterviewsAn Interview with Tom Johnston of The Doobie Brothers
Between 1972 and well into the 1980's, the Doobie Brothers were indeed a ubiquitous presence on both
InterviewsInterviews with Waborita's Vic Johnson and Mona
My association with rippin' guitarist Vic Johnson and slammin' bassist Mona, members of Sammy Hagar'
InterviewsThe Concept of Counterpoint - James Black of Finger Eleven
You may be thinking, "What the hell does this title, 'The Concept of Counterpoints', mean?" While ma
InterviewsMeet Hartley Peavey - Founder, Peavey Electronics
Born in the Southern United States, the same fertile region that gave us the roots of rock 'n' roll,