A look at Brad Delson's touring gear, as well as his new favorite studio Strat.

Linkin Park’s lead guitarist Brad Delson is known for rocking signature PRS Custom 24s and Shure headphones onstage.

On their latest album, The Hunting Party, Linkin Park aimed heavier. Guitarist Brad Delson tells us he was more inspired than ever with making his guitar sound insanely different. We’re excited to see the new setup Delson will bring out on tour this summer, but for now, here’s a look at what he brought on Living Things tour in 2012. Bonus: Check out the craziest-looking bass we’ve seen in a while.

More kick-ass live shots from the star-studded homage to Jimi.

Bootsy Collins and Kenny Olson (Kid Rock) joined this year’s lineup in Detroit, which included Eric Johnson, Dweezil Zappa, Eric Gales, Jonny Lang, Ana Popovic, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Buddy Guy, and bassist Billy Cox—the last surviving member of both the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Band of Gypsys.

We bring you a second look at the Experience Hendrix Tour, which launched in Dallas on March 11, 2014, and wrapped up in Minneapolis on April 8. Why part two, you ask? Well, we answer that question with another question: Can a guitar player ever have too much Hendrix? Here’s a look at what went down at Detroit’s Fox Theater on April 3, 2014. Our sources report that it was an inspiring display of loud guitar and drums: A celebration of an icon for the ages.

The guitars, amps, and pedals of roots-rock's favorite family band.

Derek’s backline consists of a trio of Fender Super Reverbs: a ’64, ’65, and a ’66. The Super head was made by Atlanta amp guru Jeff Bakos, who has done a lot of work for Derek and Susan.

Premier Guitar catches up with the front line of the Tedeschi Trucks Band and checks out the assortment of Gibsons and Fenders along with no less than five vintage Super Reverbs.
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