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New Judas Priest—Glenn Tipton Interview

This interview was originally published in 2014. Indestructible. That's as good a definition for the band Judas Priest as any. Despite an oft-changing roster over...

Tommy Emmanuel, CGP—Live and Unleashed

This interview was originally published in 2014. Fingerstyle guitar was not where he started out, but it is as one of the world’s pre-eminent fingerpickers...

Stanley Clarke Interview: School Days Revisited for Bass Legend

This interview was first published in 2014. “School Days” has come full circle for Stanley Clarke. The 1976 jazz rock hit long ago made the...

Single Pickups – The Power of One

At the dawn of the electric age one pickup was all you got, but then came the ’50s and ’60s with switching choices aplenty. Is there still a place for a guitar with the bare minimum of electronics, reflecting everything back on the skills of the player? Michael Heatley thinks there is…

Marshall Amps – The Complete History

The famous Marshall sound was founded upon an amplifier built in a garden shed by a few amateur radio fanatics, and the period until 1968 became the era of the first Marshalls – the classic JTM series. Rob Stockley tells the story of Marshall Amps...

Jon Herington Interview—Shining on the Road with Steely Dan

This interview was originally published in 2011. Since resuming recording and touring activities in 1993 after a 19-year hiatus from the road, Steely Dan has...

Guthrie Govan—So Far

This interview was originally published in 2010. In a world where everything is amazing and nobody's happy, I was very happy when I was told...

Sheryl Crow – All She Wanted

This interview was first published in 2010. Scattered around the world are a number of former University of Missouri frat boys agog at the idea...

Interview: Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo

This interview was first published in 2010. Who woulda thunk it? The names Weezer and Yngvie sure would seem strange together on a concert bill,...

Interview with Matthew Garrison—Born to the Bass

This interview was first published in 2010. Through the '90s, bassist Matthew Garrison established a reputation in jazz circles after hitting the road with such...
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