PG's fretboard warrior has his first bash with the yesteryear-influenced instrument.
Eight-string guitarists Tosin Abasi and Javier Reyes reveal how, for the first time, they bypassed outside producers and collaborators to write, track, and mix their new album as a band.
MXR impressively approximates Maestro EP-3 tones and dynamics in a simple, compact stompbox.
A 6-string legend gets back to blues-rock basics in a new album with wife Dale Krantz, and shares the recipe for his fat, classic Les Paul sound.
The simple and effective chord stabs that fueled early reggae hits may appear easy, but getting them right is a real art. Here are a few quick examples to help you master some of the genre’s most essential rhythm parts.
The new Cry Baby for bassists proves big, tasty wah sounds can be tapped from a mighty small pedal.
Six ways to beef-up the breakup on the classic Fender combo.
Emily Kokal and Theresa Wayman on chops, their affection for dissonant, trance-like melodies, and their latest album, Heads Up.