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David Lee Roth takes credit for Van Halen’s solos

According to the musician, he “structured” the guitar solos on Van Halen’s debut album.

Van Halen is “finished” says David Lee Roth

The former Van Halen vocalist axed reunion rumours in a recent radio interview.

Failure interview: Ken Andrews and Greg Edwards

Cult American alt-rock band Failure return and talk guitar and bass in an exclusive interview.

Interview: Status Quo bassist John ‘Rhino’ Edwards

John Victor Edwards is known to an army of Status Quo fans as Rhino, the powerhouse bassist behind an outfit that are arguably the UK’s longest running boogie rock band. We caught up with an excited Rhino, after a recent 17-date European tour promoting a new album, not with the Quo, but his own band, Rhino’s Revenge.

Alex Skolnick: “Going from metal to jazz is like going from tackle football to figure skating”

Testament legend Alex Skolnick on discovering his inner jazz cat, different rigs for different moods and the influence of Eddie Van Halen.

Slash, Kirk Hammett, Tom Morello honour EVH at the Rock Hall 2020 induction ceremony

“Eddie Van Halen was the Mozart of our generation”: Tom Morello
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Preview Joe Satriani’s forthcoming album with new single Nineteen Eighty

The virtuoso credits Eddie Van Halen as a major inspiration.

David Lee Roth will open for Kiss on their 2020 farewell tour

The Van Halen frontman brings his solo show on the road.

Interview: Jeorge Tripps on his perennial relationship with pedals

He’s worked with Joe Bonamassa, Eric Johnson, Eddie Van Halen and the Jimi Hendrix Estate and designed an effects pedal that spawned whole new genres of music. Not bad for an engineer who began his career as a self-confessed “pain in the ass” to the big boys. We meet Way Huge main man Jeorge Tripps…

EVH debuts three limited-edition Eruption guitars

The trio arrive in time for the 40th anniversary of Eddie Van Halen’s landmark self-titled record.
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