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Cory Wong will take over Guitar.com’s Instagram today

The funk wizard will be going live to share guitar-based wisdom.

“There’s a lot of nice nostalgia there”: Brian May celebrates 50 years of Queen by taking us through his personal photo album… in 3D!

The Queen guitarist has been taking photos with a stereoscopic 3D camera for decades, here he takes us through some choice moments he’s captured to celebrate the band’s Golden Jubilee…

BlackSmith Strings seemingly leaks SE version of the PRS Silver Sky

Could it be a red herring or is there a more affordable version of the guitar on the way?

Learn to play guitar like Kurt Cobain in five minutes

In the first of a new series, in just five short minutes we’ll show you the technique secrets that helped make the world’s greatest and most influential guitarists stand out from the crowd. First up, Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain.

The Guitar Interview: Anna Calvi talks Telecasters, the power of pedals, and why “anything is possible” for her next album

It’s been almost 10 years since the world first encountered Anna Calvi through her remarkable debut album. Since then, she’s established herself as one of the most unique artists, with two more acclaimed albums under her belt. But at the heart of it all is a woman and her Telecaster.

Talkbox: Mrs Smith on how learning the guitar literally saved her life

The socialite-cum-guitarist and satirical influencer discusses the importance of practicing your vibrato, her love of Fred Durst and high-fashion photoshoots ruining her hair.

David Crosby sells entire music catalogue to Iconic Artists Group

“Given our current inability to work live, this deal is a blessing for me and my family,” the 79-year-old musician said.

Tom Morello responds to accusation of having white privilege: “I’m not white”

The accusation came after Morello recently detailed his friendship with Ted Nugent.

Brian May talks about lost cassette of guitar solos, made for him by Freddie Mercury

"I never throw anything away. I’m a bit of a hoarder. So it ought to be somewhere."
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