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Riffs: Greatest Guitar Songs, Famous Pedalboards, In Home Concerts

100 Greatest Guitar Songs from Rolling Stone Starting off with Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix and Cream and finishing up with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, My Morning Jacket and


100 Greatest Guitar Songs

from Rolling Stone


Starting off with Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix and Cream and finishing up with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, My Morning Jacket and Tool, Rolling Stone''s 100 Greatest Guitar Songs Of All Time span many decades and many styles. Check out the list of some of the greatest songs ever written.

Legendary Pedalboard Set-Ups

from GuitaristPedalboard.blogspot.com


This blogger lists the gear used by the greats during their on-stage performances. Kurt Cobain, Angus Young, and Jimi Hendrix are all featured here.


Concerts In Your Home

from ConcertsInYourHome.com


This neat little site connects musicians and hosts interested in smaller scale home performances.  Here''s a link to the web page, and here''s their introductory video.

With a team of experts on hand, we look at six workhorse vintage amps you can still find for around $1,000 or less.

If you survey the gear that shows up on stages and studios for long enough, you’ll spot some patterns in the kinds of guitar amplification players are using. There’s the rotating cast of backline badasses that do the bulk of the work cranking it out every day and night—we’re all looking at you, ’65 Deluxe Reverb reissue.

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Rivolta Guitars' Sferata | PG Plays
Rivolta Guitars' Sferata | PG Plays

PG contributor Tom Butwin dives into the Rivolta Sferata, part of the exciting new Forma series. Designed by Dennis Fano and crafted in Korea, the Sferata stands out with its lightweight simaruba wood construction and set-neck design for incredible playability.

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The "Sandblasted" SE Series features a swamp ash top with a unique sandblasted finish in five color options.

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We’re unpacking Reid’s playing—from his early days in the NYC jazz underground through his work with Living Colour and into supergroup superstardom—and his longstanding gear-acquisition-syndrome.

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