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NAMM 2016: Fender debut new American Elite series

Fender has announced their new American Elite series of guitars. The new series combine original Fender designs with their new generation of technology.

How I got started… Chrissie Hynde – Reckless Rebel

In a new Guitar & Bass series, we ask iconic musicians to cast their minds back to what made them pick up the guitar in the first place. We kick off with Pretenders legend Chrissie Hynde.

Artist Collection: Walter Heale

Alphabetic guitarist Walter Heale is a big fan of Jazzmasters and Gretsches, often modded. He takes us on a tour of his enviable collection.

Interview: Billy Bragg – The Bard of Barking

Billy Bragg tells G&B about keeping it simple with his live rig, his Burns Steer, the infamous Portastack, dissent in England and being the Bard of Barking.

Interview: Dan Auerbach – The Arcs

When Black Keys mainman Dan Auerbach created his new musical project, he wound up playing “a lot of bass”, blending Mariachi with psychedelia and producing an unofficial East LA hit he has dubbed “kind of low rider music”.

Interview: Lanterns On The Lake

North-East post-rockers with DIY ethic.

Vigier GV Rock review

The best-known electric luthier outside of the US unveils a new single-cutaway design.

News: Fender reveal Mike Campbell Limited Edition “Heartbreaker” Nocaster

Fender Custom Shop has just revealed the Mike Campbell Limited Edition “Heartbreaker” Nocaster. The Mike Campbell Nocaster is inspired by a vintage Fender that Campbell has used on a vast amount or records with artists such as Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan and George Harrison.

Letters from America: Port City Merino – 10-Watt 1×12” combo

In his latest look at the best gear across the pond, we run the rule over a beautiful little hand-crafted combo.

DIY Workshop: Tele Renovation

It’s that age-old conundrum – do you upgrade or trade up? With its comfy played-in neck and road-worn charm, Gary Walker’s ‘Made In Mexico’ Tele felt as if it had the potential to be a great guitar.
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