Guitar.com Live: The six-string gems of Joe Bonamassa’s astonishing guitar collection

Bonamassa showcased a ’51 Nocaster, a ’55 Gibson Les Paul, and a sunburst Les Paul owned by guitarist Tommy Bolin.

Guitar.com Live: the ‘holy grail’ guitars from the Chicago Music Exchange Vault

The iconic Chicagoan music retailer showcased some of the rarest instruments from its Vault at Guitar.com Live.

“My uncle got me into one of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s last shows” Spoon’s Britt Daniel on Texas blues, Telecasters and three decades in music

With indie label Matador reissuing their first eight albums a year after a greatest hits collection that spanned their 27-year career, Spoon are taking stock. We caught up with the Texas band’s frontman Britt Daniel to talk about Thinline Teles, Klon Centaurs and the band’s new album.

Five ways Guitar.com Live can help you go pro

From diversifying your repertoire to building your online brand, Guitar.com Live has plenty of events to help you develop into the next in-demand guitar player

The guitar secrets that podcaster Craig Garber has learned from hundreds of A-list players

The Everyone Loves Guitar host has interviewed some of the most iconic guitarists of all time, and along the way he’s learned a lot about what makes a guitarists successful. 

The A-list Guitar Stars you need to see at Guitar.com Live

Alongside the huge array of product launches and plenty of tuition and branding advice, this ground-breaking virtual guitar show also offers more inspirational interviews than you can shake a stick at.

Why Guitar.com Live Is A Celebration Of The Art Of Guitar Building

Away from the stunning line-up of A-list artists, the exciting new virtual guitar show offers a smorgasbord of ways to learn more about the instrument you love.

Excited about the next generation of guitar players? So is PRS

The brand’s found a new way to encourage emerging talent, thanks to its Pulse Artist program.

Why Ernie Ball’s VPJR Tuner represents the future of pedalboard convenience

With its dual-function design, Ernie Ball’s latest pedal innovation points the way to a more streamlined pedalboard future.