Interviews

“We have to soak up all this music and try and make it our own!” the all-star cast taking on Pink Floyd in Nick...

Former Floyd drummer Mason has assembled an unlikely cast of supporting cast to help him bring Pink Floyd’s early psychedelic music back to the stage, featuring members of The Orb, The Blockheads and… Spandau Ballet?

“We think it will be a game-changer”: Taylor Guitars to launch all-new ‘ground-up’ guitar design at Guitar.com Live

With Guitar.com Live rapidly approaching, we caught up with founding partner Taylor to find out what fans can expect from the show.

Ernie Ball Music Man will debut its first-ever vintage instrument replica at Guitar.com Live

Ernie Ball CEO Brian Ball explains why Music Man is excited to partner with Guitar.com Live, how COVID-19 has changed the way they work, and reveals some of the exciting things attendees can expect at the show.

Bill Kirchen on his dream Telecaster, seeing Merle Haggard open for Buck Owens and his guilty pleasures

The titan of the Telecaster has been a mainstay of country guitar music for the best part of five decades, here he tells us how it all began and why mixing exotic dancers and Christmas is a bad idea.

Meet Patricia Lalor, the guitarist and songwriter making waves before she’s even finished school

The prodigiously talented 14-year-old Irish singer-songwriter on Strats, scales, fitting songwriting around school and her DIY ethic.

Introducing… Declan McKenna, the viral guitar star with otherworldly ambitions

After scoring a global hit before he even left school, British guitarist Declan McKenna has long been earmarked for big things. Now, as he prepares to unleash his glam-focussed second LP Zeros on the world, we talk to the 21-year-old guitarist about Juniors, confidence and his love of esoteric effects pedals.

“There’s nothing wrong with finding an old church pew and making an instrument out of it”: Rick Kelly of Carmine Street Guitars

Rick Kelly’s guitars aren’t just made in New York – they’re built using the very fabric of the city.

Kirk Fletcher is never getting rid of the blues: “The blues to me, it’s so natural – it’s like talking, it’s like air”

Kirk Fletcher’s latest album is a homage to the blues legends that shaped his career. Mark Alexander talks to him about playing clean, his love of Stratocasters and sticking with the blues.

“I’m a rocker at heart but you have to have light with the shade”: session legend Michael Landau on his approach to guitar

s the superstar sideman releases his latest live album, Liquid Quartet Live, we caught up with him to talk feel, tone, Strats, and what it’s like being in the studio with Pink Floyd, James Taylor and Joni Mitchell.

How the Cranium Dual Gain Distortion put Zander Circuitry on the map

From building strip-board kits and flogging them via Facebook to developing a respected pedal company with some of the most striking graphics are=ound, it’s been a whirlwind four years for Alex Millar. Here he reveals the benefits of his graphic design degree and building a 6-in-1 RAT clone.
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