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Stevie Ray Vaughan

“My uncle got me into one of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s last shows” Spoon’s Britt Daniel on Texas blues, Telecasters and three decades in music

With indie label Matador reissuing their first eight albums a year after a greatest hits collection that spanned their 27-year career, Spoon are taking stock. We caught up with the Texas band’s frontman Britt Daniel to talk about Thinline Teles, Klon Centaurs and the band’s new album.

How to get the Stevie Ray Vaughan tone on any budget

With the help of SRV expert and Peach Guitars head honcho John Priest, we’ve compiled the ultimate signal chain to get you sounding like SRV – whether you’re splashing the cash or keeping it tight.

Rig Diagram: Stevie Ray Vaughan (1985)

From the archives: the guitars, amps and pedals of SRV (1985)

Guitar Legends: Stevie Ray Vaughan – a man of simple tastes and impeccable style

Although his top-flight career was cruelly cut short, Stevie Ray Vaughan remains one of the most influential players of modern times. From his gear choices to his playing style, here’s why SRV remains one of the guitar’s true icons.

Stevie Ray Vaughan’s 20 greatest guitar moments, ranked

One of the last true guitar heroes, SRV reinvigorated the blues for a new generation of players with his phenomenal style. Here are 20 of his finest moments.

How to play blues like Stevie Ray Vaughan

The Texan bluesman’s style is as influential as it unique. Here’s how to incorporate some SRV into your playing.

“What really changed my playing was hearing a tape of Stevie Ray Vaughan”: Slide guitar master Robert Randolph

The US slide guitar master opens up about his favourite gear, his frustration with gear companies, and his memories of being discovered by Eric Clapton.

Learn To Play… Stevie Ray Vaughan Right-hand Technique

In our final SRV based tuition video from Your Guitar Academy, Dan Holton talks you through Stevie Ray's right-hand technique.

Learn To Play… Pride & Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughan

In our second tuition video in collaboration with Your Guitar Academy, we take a look at Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble's modern blues classic, Pride & Joy, from the 1983 debut album Texas Flood.

Stevie Wonder leaves Motown, launches new record label and two new songs

“Even though I have left Motown, I never leave Motown.”
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