Country archivist and musician Marty Stuart has been the keeper of Clarence White’s famous Telecaster since the 1980s – he tells us all about how he came to own what he calls “The greatest Telecaster in the world…”
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.
JC Curleigh and Cesar Gueikian ring the changes and slash prices.
The critically acclaimed teenager takes us on a more introspective and refined journey on Feeding Seahorses By Hand.
The late Irish blues legend loved Telecasters more than perhaps any other guitar, and this mid-60s example was his number-one slide guitar across his glittering career.
The blues maestro owns a pair of blonde beauties that sport neck humbuckers and a lot of battle scars.
Find out what these megastars have to say about their artist models.
Greg Anderson and Stephen O’Malley talk Steve Albini, guitar rigs and the new album.
Feast your eyes on these immaculate 12-strings...