Artist Rigs

My Guitar Story: Ariel Posen on his baritone Mule StratoMule

Famed for his exquisite slide technique and soulful vocals, Ariel Posen is now one of the most revered guitar players in the industry. However,...

How Eddie Van Halen’s “endless pursuit” of perfection changed the guitar industry forever

EVH’s playing was boundary-pushing and his unique approach to gear was equally revolutionary in the 1970s, but his “endless pursuit” of perfection kept him refining and pushing the envelope for the next 40 years, changing the industry along with it.

This 1958 Les Paul Standard, owned by Dickey Betts, changed Joe Bonamassa’s life

Betts' Allman Brothers bandmate Dan Toler also used this Gibson.
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“This guitar was used by Bob Dylan”: Richard Hawley on his 1969/1970 Telecaster

The third instalment of this series features an incredible 1969/1970 Telecaster and Fender Super-Sonic.

This 1949 Gibson ES-5 once belonged to T-Bone Walker

Loaded with three P-90s, this beauty has a storied history.

Rare Guitars: Rory Gallagher’s battered 1968 Martin D-35

Listen to this guitar on Rory's new album, Blues.

The inside story of Jimmy Page’s Led Zeppelin guitars

As a brand-new book gives us an up-close look at Led Zeppelin’s earliest days, we take a trip through the iconic instruments that Jimmy Page used in his career as the band went from club gigs to rock ’n’ roll superstardom.

Rare Guitars: Rory Gallagher’s 1961 Fender Stratocaster

Rory's nephew, Daniel, tells us the story of how this legendary Strat got its uniquely worn finish.

Rare Guitars: Clarence White’s 1950s Telecaster

Country archivist and musician Marty Stuart has been the keeper of Clarence White’s famous Telecaster since the 1980s – he tells us all about how he came to own what he calls “The greatest Telecaster in the world…”
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