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“Back in 2000 to 2005, what we would call a boutique pedal was different”: Pedal maker Brian Wampler on the ‘B-word’

Brian Wampler made the transition from garage workbench to custom manufacturing some time ago, and the artists lining up to declare their allegiance have helped make his effects mainstays of the market.

Adam Miller on why his difficult year inspired his new album, Unify

Influenced by the LA jazz scene and the local musicians in his native New South Wales, Miller enlisted trusted session players Joel Gottschalk and Justin Glasco to realise his vision

“We choose to focus on pushing the art forward”: Paul Reed Smith on the pandemic, progress and the importance of PRS’ 35th anniversary

Ahead of his Guitar.com Live Masterclass on guitar building, legendary luthier and PRS founder Paul Reed Smith discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the brand, why he’s always pushing on to the next thing, and his enduring love of the Dragon.

Guitar.com Live: Everything you need to know about Curt Henderson

The exceptional jazz session player who's racked up a fanbase online – meet Curt Henderson before catching him at Guitar.com Live.

Guitar.com Live: Everything you need to know about Kerry “2Smooth” Marshall

One of the hottest guitarists in the R&B world and the founder of Kerry’s Kamp online guitar school, here’s the lowdown on Kerry “2Smooth” Marshall

Guitar.com Live: Everything you need to know about Plini

Praised by Steve Vai as “the future of exceptional guitar playing” and now an endorsee of Neural DSP and Strandberg, we give you the lowdown on the Australian virtuoso, Plini

Guitar.com Live: Everything you need to know about Shannon Lauren Callihan

Mixing a classic approach with her own blend of neo-soul, here’s all you need to know about the Nashville singer-songwriter.

Meet Year Of The Knife, the uncompromising hardcore band with precision-crafted “ugly guitar tones”

With his wife on bass, and twin brothers manning the kit and the second guitar spot, Year Of The Knife’s Brandon Watkins keeps it in the family in the search for brutal slices of straight-edge hardcore.

The Guitar Interview: Thurston Moore on Jazzmasters, Sonic Youth and his new solo LP

The 62-year-old noise pioneer talks weird tunings, writing “straight up pop songs” and why he can’t separate his songs from the guitars he recorded them with.

Guitar.com Live: Everything you need to know about Nicholas Veinoglou

Who is Nicholas Veinoglou? Hailing from the Massachusetts town of Great Barrington, Nicholas Veinoglou first started playing guitar at age 10. Since then he’s developed...
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