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Interview: Robin Trower, formerly of Procol Harum

The former Procul Harum guitarist on 50s Strats, taking it slow, 1930s jazz singers – and avoiding fire extinguisher-toting stage hands…

Interview: Mark Tremonti of Creed and Alter Bridge

With 2018’s concept album A Dying Machine, Mark Tremonti’s solo endeavour garnered renewed critical acclaim. We speak to the former Creed and current Alter Bridge guitar star about how his gear and prodigious playing technique have evolved across all his varied projects and collaborations.

Interview: Luke Sital-Singh on his new album, A Golden State

The talented folk singer-songwriter talks us through some guitar highlights from his third album…

Interview: Delicate Steve talks gear and influences

The New Jersey guitarist and session man on soulful vocal influences, riding his instruments, all-star studio gear – and encounters with a vintage-guitar collecting guru…

Interview: Gwenifer Raymond, Welsh acoustic virtuoso and game designer

Welsh multi-instrumentalist Gwenifer Raymond is a supernaturally talented acoustic player with a PhD in astrophysics and a day job designing video games…

Slash talks Gibson’s revival: “Their new guitars are amazing!”

Les Paul legend Slash takes a backstage break to tell Guitar.com why he believes Gibson is back on track, and tells us about his new signature Les Paul model.

Interview: John Petrucci on Dream Theater’s new album, Distance Over Time

On the verge of 14th album Distance Over Time, the spectacularly talented guitarist sees Dream Theater celebrate their 30th anniversary with two Grammy Award nominations and millions of album sales to their name. We sit down with Petrucci about the blues, signature gear and why Joe Satriani still amazes him.

Interview: Milkman Sound’s Tim Marcus has Californian soul

From humble beginnings in a Haight apartment in 2006, Milkman Sound’s Tim Marcus has handcrafted a range of superb-sounding boutique amps – using his pedal-steel background to inform their design…

52 quick tips from guitar all-stars

A tip for every week of the year...

The Money Shot: 1961 Fender Pro-Amp

The missing link between ’50s tweeds and Blackface amps.
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