One of the rock icon's very first Stratocasters.
This ’55 Black Beauty belonged to a teenage Kossoff, before his meteoric rise with Free.
"When Joe was playing Spot, he had that special thing that he didn’t get, in my opinion, on another electric guitar": Matthieu Lucas.
The late guitarist's main axe until his untimely death.
Two stunning guitars from our trip to Paris late last year.
Guitarist Neil Ivison has toured the world as a tech working with the likes of The 1975, Klaxons and Corinne Bailey Rae, and his interest in vintage instruments has recently developed into a guitar-building venture of his own.
Beatle guitars have been no strangers to auction houses in recent years, but this might be one of the most interesting and unique of them all.
Former Reuben frontman Jamie Lenman is synonymous with his beaten-up Yamaha RGX. Here he tells Sam Roberts why it sounds like razor blades…
Three albums in, a packed touring schedule and a song gracing a big-budget mobile phone advert took Kill It Kid to the masses. But at the height of their success, Chris Turpin and Stephanie Jean dissolved the band and formed Ida Mae, a rootsy Americana duo. And then the real fun began…
The legendary Rolling Stones rhythm king on the home-made bass that he brought back from the dead to provide the bedrock of some of the Stones’ earliest recordings.