Dylan Carlson talks Full Upon Her Burning Lips, GAS and collaborations.
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.
In this wide-ranging interview from our archives, the King Of The Blues talks technique, his all-time favourite song and why he loves old cowboy movies.
The story behind the Irish guitar legend’s new album, and the labour of love unearthing it.
Meet Ron Thorn, one of the world’s most skilled guitar-makers and inlay artists, whose exceptional creations for the Fender Custom Shop represent the best and most imaginative designs that Cali’s “hot-rod shop” has to offer.
How headphone amps and channelling Def Leppard led to the creation of the DC power trio’s new album, It’s Real.
The boundary-defying prog-metal maestro on why he’s put comedy to one side and is feeling “truly alive” on new solo album, Empath.
The esteemed guitarist on being himself, letting go of theory, and why he’s happy to blur the genre lines.
A session ace, sideman to the stars and contributor to a laundry list of hit records, James Burton remains one of the Telecaster’s greatest exponents. In this archive interview, he tells us about Elvis, the Beach Boys and how he invented a little style known as chicken picking.
Blues, jazz, country, rockabilly – Danny Gatton mixed all these together, sometimes in the space of a single bar. This is the story of one of the greatest electric guitarists of all time, and a man who redefined what a Telecaster could do.