Sunday, June 16, 2019

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Artist Collection: Brian May’s AC30-powered Queen Backline Up Close

Granted exclusive access to Brian May’s stunning collection of Vox AC30s, G&B goes where no guitar mag has been before to find out what it takes to keep Brian’s amps operational on the road, why they’re now more reliable than ever and just why the Queen guitarist will never use anything else…

Soundtrack of My Life: Grant Nicholas

Feeder main man and solo artist picks nine of the best from his record collection…

The Money Shot: Mule Resophonic Single Cone Resonator

Mule Resophonic instruments are hand-built by former Huss & Dalton luthier Matt Eich in Saginaw, Michigan. His beautiful, 1930s-inspired creations are achingly cool, and this Single Cone Resonator is no exception.

Artist Collection: Jakko Jakszyk of King Crimson

King Crimson guitarist, solo artist and session player Jakko Jakszyk has amassed a collection of weird and wonderful guitars.

Interview: Paul Sayer

Backstage at Download festival, The Temperance Movement's guitarist Paul Sayer spoke to us about old guitars, advice from a Rolling Stone and clean hands…

Top 10 Tips For Musicians: Opeth’s Mikael Åkerfeldt

Ahead of the release of the Swedish progressive metal band's 12th album, Sorceress, Opeth frontman Mikael Åkerfeldt (centre) shares his tips for aspiring musicians trying to make it in an increasingly cut-throat music industry…

Artist Collection: Ethan Johns

Since his early childhood, Ethan Johns has been surrounded by some of the music world’s brightest lights. He’s gone on to become a highly regarded producer, working with the likes of Tom Jones, Ryan Adams and Paul McCartney. His guitar collection isn’t bad, either…

Artist Collection: Liam ‘Skin’ Tyson

As a member of Britpop band Cast, who also works with Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant, Liam ‘Skin’ Tyson has built up quite a guitar collection.

Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce’s 7 Magnificent Songwriting Tips

Metalcore songwriter shares his compositional secrets.

Mark Tremonti Top 10 Tips

Mark Tremonti’s monster tone and technique didn’t happen overnight. Grab your pens and paper, it’s time to go back to school…
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