Giveaways January 2015

January 15

Artists

Maximum Energy: The Gear of the Original Punks

May 18, 2010
The gear of The Ramones, The Sex Pistols, and The Clash, plus 10 first-generation punk albums to check out
Read More

The Nine Strings of Hell: An Interview With High on Fire's Matt Pike

May 18, 2010
High on Fire’s Matt Pike discusses the ungodly heft of his nine-string First Act axe and the inglorious life of being an uncompromising metal torchbearer.
Read More

Interview: Danny B. Harvey

May 7, 2010
The rockabilly guitarist of The Head Cats and Lonesome spurs talks recording with Lemmy, James Trussart guitars and keeping it simple.
Read More

GALLERY: Stevie Ray Vaughan Photo Retrospective

April 30, 2010
From 1983 to 1990, Houstin photographer Tracy Anne Hart photographed Stevie Ray Vaughan in his candid, funny and brilliant moments.
Read More

Media Preview May '10

April 15, 2010
Motörhead: In the Studio, Meshuggah – Alive, Electric Purgatory: The Fate of the Black Rocker
Read More

Interview: Nels Cline

April 15, 2010
The solo legend and lead guitarist comes clean on his beloved Jazzmaster, why he hates class A amps, and his 13-year-old inner shredder.
Read More

Secrets of the Masters - "Looks That Kill" by Mötley Crüe

April 15, 2010
Dissecting the foundations of Mötley Crüe''s sound
Read More

Country Music and Coffins: Jonny Coffin and Lynda Kay

April 15, 2010
Jonny Coffin and Lynda Kay could make a good run for the title of Guitardom’s Most Interesting Couple.
Read More

Interview: John Butler - Blending Styles & Gear

April 2, 2010
John Butler discusses how making interesting gear matchups lead to his most accessible album yet.
Read More

Jimmie Rodgers Museum Tour

March 23, 2010
PG's Joe Coffey is On Location in Meridian, MS, where he visits the Jimmie Rodgers Museum. In this segment, we get to check out quite possibly the most important guitar in the world - Jimmie Rodgers' 1928 Martin 000-45 with the charming "THANKS" on its back. This guitar is where it all started -- and where much of today's music can be traced back to. Like Bob Dylan said, "it all started with Jimmie Rodgers." In addition to the '28 000-45, we get to check out a 1996 000-45JR replica # 1 of 100.
Read More