The Swedish metal maestro reveals why Opeth chose to include jazz chord changes and offset Fenders on the band’s 13th studio album.
We talk to one of the industry’s most experienced engineers to find out what life was like at the cutting edge of British valve amplification – and what he plans to do next.
Guitarists Sean and Josh reveal the process of developing from a “little indie band” to writing an 18-track debut LP.
“Sometimes a song just shows up, makes clear demands, and you just do what it tells you to do.”
The Chicano singer-songwriter talks his jazz inspirations and why he’s “a big guy for convenience”.
The South West’s next great guitar band on compromising, not having a bass player in the band and more.
His debut album was produced by Dave Cobb and he counts Aquaman and Game Of Thrones star Jason Momoa among his rapidly expanding fanbase.
Neil Whitcher, Fender's Head of Artist Relations, EMEA, talks about the Fender Next programme and why this year’s nominees are helping develop modern guitar.
Producer/guitarist Fink gives us the lowdown his new album, Bloom Innocent, the comfort of recording at home and his love of Martin Guitars.
The Feeder frontman and Jazzmaster fanatic tells us about the guitars he’s loved and lost, the band’s most embarrassing onstage moments, and his vintage gear obsessions.