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Jackson X Series Marty Friedman MF-1 Review & Interview

Former Megadeth man Marty Friedman needs a guitar that’s built to shred, and this affordable Jackson seems to fit the bill. Darran Charles from Godsticks straps in and gets ready to rock, and also speaks to the man himself…

Marty Friedman—Makes Music for Speeding

This interview was originally published in 2010. Marty Friedman made a mark as one of the foremost shredders of the '80s when he first teamed...

The Big Listen: Protomartyr – Ultimate Success Today

Post-punk stalwarts tear down the set as their fifth act asks difficult questions amid a maelstrom of guitar chaos.

“I have an idea in my head, and I don’t see any reason I can’t accomplish it”: Dave Friedman talks motivation and sound

After three decades as an amplifier guru to the stars, Dave Friedman knows a thing or two about classic British rock tone and claims there’s plenty of life left in the 100-watt amplifier head.

The Genius Of… Solid Air by John Martyn

John Martyn’s 1973 album Solid Air is an undisputed classic. As guitarists, why should we care about it?

John Martyn: “Playing live is a very rewarding thing to do, the nicest way to make money I know”

John Martyn had battled through some serious health difficulties to create a fine album when we caught up with the folk maestro on the comeback trail to talk gear, effects and recently broken guitars in this interview from March 2004.

Friedman Vintage-T & Vintage-S Review

After taking the amplifier world by storm, Dave Friedman has applied his ‘secret sauce’ to a range of electric guitars. Chris Vinnicombe takes a pair of familiar-but-different solidbodies for a spin…

NAMM 2018: Friedman Amps BE-50 Deluxe 50-watt All-Tube Head

Friedman Amplification has unveiled The BE-50 Deluxe Amplifier for NAMM 2018.

Interview: Marty Stuart – Country Strong

A ‘Keeper Of The Flame’ of true country music, Marty Stuart is the curator of countless artefacts from Nashville’s heyday and beyond including what he describes as the “greatest Telecaster in the world”…

“I’m really happy that it made people happy”: Dave Mustaine on Megadeth’s Rust In Peace

The metal legend also praised Nick Menza and Marty Friedman's musical chemistry.
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