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Green-tinted corrosion – sometimes known as verdigris – is a common problem on many vintage guitars.

What does Brexit mean for UK musicians?

Startling new survey from the Incorporated Society of Musicians reveals grave concerns about post-Brexit life for guitarists and musicians of all kinds.
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“When did the electric guitar become such a pariah?”: Joe Bonamassa

A special guest opinion piece from the world’s pre-eminent blues-rocker, in which he stands up for the right to be loud.
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You Ask: What’s the best drive pedal to cut through loud mixes?

Tired of mushy sounding dirt boxes? It may be time for a new drive pedal.

Could Ed Sheeran’s new guitar brand usher in a new era for signature instruments?

The pop megastar’s Sheeran by Lowden collaboration is the biggest new development in artist endorsement deals, and it shows that the guitar world is learning lessons from the worlds of fashion and beauty…
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The Great Divide: How the electric guitar changed acoustic guitar design

Taylor Guitars' master designer tells us how the electric guitar revolutionised the way acoustics are built.
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What does Brexit mean for UK musicians?

Startling new survey from the Incorporated Society of Musicians reveals grave concerns about post-Brexit life for guitarists and musicians of all kinds.

“When did the electric guitar become such a pariah?”: Joe Bonamassa

A special guest opinion piece from the world’s pre-eminent blues-rocker, in which he stands up for the right to be loud.
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