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If you thought that Robert Keeley had been on a roll lately, just wait until you hear what he has planned for the new year. Sam Atkins talks to the stompbox guru exclusively for G&B.
Alphabetic guitarist Walter Heale is a big fan of Jazzmasters and Gretsches, often modded. He takes us on a tour of his enviable collection.
Billy Bragg tells G&B about keeping it simple with his live rig, his Burns Steer, the infamous Portastack, dissent in England and being the Bard of Barking.
When Black Keys mainman Dan Auerbach created his new musical project, he wound up playing “a lot of bass”, blending Mariachi with psychedelia and producing an unofficial East LA hit he has dubbed “kind of low rider music”.
North-East post-rockers with DIY ethic.
As if being pop’s most famous bassist and one half of the most successful songwriting partnership of all time wasn’t enough, Paul McCartney also contributed memorable guitar parts to many Beatles recordings.
The Children Of Bodom guitarist talks us through the nine records closest to his heart…
Jon Gomm is one of the UK's most talented acoustic guitar players, a fingerstyle virtuoso with devout independent ethics. We speak to the Blackpool-born player about his new album Live In The Acoustic Asylum, the health of acoustic guitar music in the modern musical landscape and his surreal life…
AC/DC, The Who, Lenny Kravitz, Bon Jovi – all these greats have had the pleasure of Vintage Trouble opening for them. Now, after four hardworking years, ‘everybody’s favourite support band’ have finally cut their second album, 1 Hopeful Rd.