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Chord Clinic: Play like Joni Mitchell in Open D (Part Two)

Joni Mitchell often uses conventional altered tunings, such as the open D tuning in Part One, but she’s also developed some which are uniquely her own. Digital tuners at the ready…
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Chord Clinic: Play like Joni Mitchell in Open D (Part One)

Joni Mitchell pioneered altered tunings in folk, rock and jazz, using open D extensively in her early career.

Justice Der is bringing contemporary R&B and hip-hop to the guitar

"Maybe the traditional methods don’t align with newer trends, but the guitar is one of the most flexible and 'in-demand' instruments in music right now," the young guitarist says.
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An oral history of the Gibson ES-335

The ES-335 may be the greatest and most versatile electric guitar ever crafted within the hallowed walls of 225 Parsons St, Kalamazoo. Here, iconic figures such as Ted McCarty, Mark Knopfler and Larry Carlton recount the tale of the model’s revolutionary development and enduring influence.
Elena Tonra Interview Feature

Interview: Elena Tonra of Ex:Re and Daughter

Elena Tonra has developed a reputation for searingly honest songwriting. The former Daughter frontwoman's first solo album, released under the moniker Ex:Re, takes things to another level and places her guitar playing front and centre…
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Private Collection: Carmelo Luggeri

Explore a guitar collection that has seen action with the likes of Paul Rodgers, Julian Lennon, Bill Wyman, Andy Williams, and most notably, former Elton John collaborator Kiki Dee.
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Martin D-41 Review

The 40 series guitars are some of Martin’s most legendary designs, but for 2018 the company has reimagined its rosewood and spruce dread’ for the modern player.

Woman Tone: Is The Guitar Industry Sexist?

“What’s wrong with being sexy?” asked Nigel Tufnel in 1984’s This Is Spinal Tap. It was a satirical acknowledgement of the fact that, even though most male rockers of the era were plastered in more makeup and hairspray than the females in their audiences, the music business was far from a level playing field for women. Fast-forward to 2018, has anything changed for the better in the guitar industry?

Interview: Phoebe Bridgers

With a remarkable debut album under her belt, Josh Gardner talks baritones, Bright Eyes and the importance of details with LA’s most exciting young singer-songwriter…

Interview: Mary Spender

With a powerful voice and distinctive electric guitar style, the Vigier-toting UK songwriter has conquered YouTube, played Nashville’s famous Bluebird Cafe, and played with a host of big-name acts along the way. Now, as she embarks on her first headline UK tour, she tells us about the secrets behind her unconventional success…
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