It was the Jazzmaster’s year in sales, but the Strat stood strong.
Kessel’s signature Kay returns as a fun, fast-playing rock and jazz machine.
Adam “Schmeens” Smirnoff of Lettuce joins us in picking the top records to put on when hosting a party.
With over a million possible combinations, this tweaker's dream promises all the Muff flavors and raunch under the sun.
Train-hopping troubadour Benjamin Tod showcases how he spruces up cowboy chords with some deft fingerpicking.
How close can you get to silence? What happens when you play so hard that you worry about damaging your guitar?
On his epic new solo album, the metal-informed fret burner deploys signature gear, a vocal choir, A-listers including Steve Vai and Mike Keneally, and even kittens to create a highly orchestrated score for the chaos of life.
Brownface-style tones are just the beginning for this early-’60s-flavored, Fullerton-inspired preamp.