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NAMM Show 2018

10 guitar things we’d like to see at Winter NAMM 2019

As the musical instrument industry gears up for the event of the year and the NAMM rumours start going into overdrive, we compile our wishlist.
Lonely the brave mark trotter

Interview: Mark Trotter of Lonely The Brave

The guitarist and gear hound on falling over, Esquires and taking a highway to the 'Danger Zone'.
Carmelo Luggeri

Private Collection: Carmelo Luggeri

Explore a guitar collection that has seen action with the likes of Paul Rodgers, Julian Lennon, Bill Wyman, Andy Williams, and most notably, former Elton John collaborator Kiki Dee.
Ry X

Interview: Ry X, Aussie guitarist and soundtracker of adverts

The up-and-coming musician talks Danos, shack-building, and open-air mic mishaps.
Jesse Wells Welles

Interview: Jesse Wells, the man behind Welles

Hot-shot Arkansan guitarist Jesse Wells is earning a reputation as his alter-ego Welles. We discover that a love of classic rock and gear is at the root of his philosophy.
joshua burnside

Interview: Joshua Burnside

With a growing audience on both sides of the Atlantic, Joshua Burnside’s star is on the rise. The Irish guitarist tells us about his globe-trotting musical outlook.

Interview: Saves The Day’s Chris Conley on their first new album in five years

On fatherhood, fuzzy riffs and feeling like a new band all over again.
gil yaron

Interview: Gil Yaron on re-creating vintage guitars

Renowned the world over for his unbelievably accurate re-creations of golden-era vintage electrics, Gil Yaron now brings a remarkable attention to detail to his own electric guitar creations.

Interview: Ritzy Bryan of The Joy Formidable

In just over a decade The Joy Formidable have gone from their hometown of Mold to opening arenas for the Foo Fighters, thanks in no small part to their kinetic brand of stripped-down rock.

Interview: Rory Dowling of Taran Guitars on going electric

Bespoke acoustic luthier Rory Dowling of Taran Guitars tells us how his first foray into electric guitar building changed his mind about plugging in.
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