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Interview: James Bay & his Epiphone Century

British singer-songwriter James Bay has enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame, with his debut album entering the UK charts at Number One and going double platinum. He tells G&B how he did it, where he’s going next, and how his 1966 Epiphone Century was nearly the one that got away…
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Five guitar tracks to rock out to this week

Including songs by James Bay and The National.
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The top 20 effects of all time

We countdown the greatest FX units to have ever existed.

Win! Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBB Headphones

Whether you’re listening back to your latest home recording project, practising at home in blissful isolation, or relaxing with your favourite tunes, a great set of cans is an essential part of any musician’s arsenal.

Hamstead Soundworks Artist 20+RT MKII head review

Chris Vinnicombe checks out the second incarnation of an amp that’s generating a desirable kind of buzz…

Six of the best… Pedal-Platform Amplifiers

So you’ve put that pedalboard together, now you need an amplifier that plays nice with stompboxes…
BB King concert

A conversation with the King Of The Blues, BB King

In this wide-ranging interview from our archives, the King Of The Blues talks technique, his all-time favourite song and why he loves old cowboy movies.
Brian Ray Collection

Check out the amazing collection of Brian Ray, Paul McCartney’s guitarist

As Paul McCartney’s guitarist, musical director for Etta James, songwriter for Smokey Robinson, solo artist, producer and plenty more besides, Brian Ray has a glittering CV. We visit his Santa Monica home to check out some instruments with a similar level of lustre…
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Review: Jennings Guitars Catalina & Voyager Deluxe

Do these cool thinline offsets from California have the substance to match their boutique stylings?
John Beattie

Private Collection: John Beattie, ruck ‘n’ roll star

John Beattie is a rugby union institution, but while the former Scotland and Lions back rower may be a celebrated player and broadcaster, his undoubted passion is guitars. We find out how the BBC presenter found the sound that he’d first started looking for 40 years ago…
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