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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.

Funk master and Berklee tutor Tomo Fujita on the gear and players he loves

The Berklee tutor, sessioneer and all-round funk genius on dodgy batteries, the beauty of basic amps and why it’s always important to know when it’s lunchtime.
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The top 20 effects of all time

We countdown the greatest FX units to have ever existed.
Gary Clark Jr Interview feature

Interview: Gary Clark Jr, from having his power cut to sharing a stage with...

On the eve of the arrival of his third major-label studio record, 'This Land', the Grammy-winning Texan tells us a tale of broken hands, baffling bagpipes and his newfound love for the Gibson SG…
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Guitar gear innovator Jim Dunlop Sr has died

The influential founder of Dunlop Manufacturing – creator of picks, capos, effects and more –passes away.

Essential Blues Lessons Part One: The 12-bar

Our brand-new tuition series will teach you how to become a better blues-guitar player, but you won’t get anywhere without an understanding of the basics. Join us as we teach you how to truly get to grips with that most essential of blues concepts: the 12-bar…

NAMM 2019 Video: Paul Reed Smith on the Silver Sky and guitar innovations

Paul Reed Smith gives us his perspective on the guitar that’s set the internet ablaze…

NAMM 2019: Fender Custom Shop reveals Prestige collection and Masterbuilt amps

The new line-up also includes an artist signature SRV Stratocaster and new Malmsteen models.

Otis Rush, Chicago blues legend, dead at 84

Described as the key architect of “West Side Sound,” Rush died of complications from a stroke.

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