Editors' September Faves: Michael Molenda
Nov 8 2012 12:00AM
I worked with Mitch when he was editor of EQ, and I was always impressed with his recording chops, tech knowledge, and love of all things guitar.
Barry Cleveland's August Faves
Aug 15 2012 12:00AM
Erkan Ogur Dönmez Ol Ogur (featured in the March 2008 issue of GP) is celebrated throughout Turkey as a master of guitar, kopuz and baglama lutes, and numerous other instruments.
Barry Cleveland's May Faves
May 15 2012 12:00AM
Whether you are a budding archtop builder, or, like me, simply curious as to what is involved, you’ll find this highly detailed and copiously illustrated 183-page guide quite interesting and informative.
Matt Blackett's April Faves
Apr 16 2012 12:00AM
UFO Seven Deadly Vinnie Moore continues to kick major ass on UFO’s latest.
Visual Feast: Neil Zlozower's 'Eddie Van Halen'
Apr 16 2012 12:00AM
Sage advice has it that getting in at the beginning is far better than getting in somewhere thereafter.
Bringing Metal to the Children By Zakk Wylde
Sep 20 2011 12:00AM
Wylde takes a huge whack at his career in this book, starting from his first professional recording gig (holy s**t what a story!), which seems to have set the stage for everything he has done since.
Exclusive! Book Excerpt From Follow Your Heart: John McLaughlin Song By Song: A Listeners Guide
Mar 4 2011 3:05AM
Read a song-by-song commentary on McLaughlin's Johnny McLaughlin - Electric Guitarist album.
Innerviews Music Without Borders Anil Prasad
Oct 10 2010 12:45PM
Anil Prasad established innerviews.org in 1994, and quickly gained a reputation among readers and artists for incisive and substantive journalism.
Beatles Gear Andy Babiuk
Oct 1 2010 2:40PM
This 256-page revised hardcover edition of Babiuk’s classic book detailing the Fab Four’s gear from 1956 through 1970 presents indepth historical, biographical, and technical information coupled with well over 400
The British Invasion The Music The Times The Era By Barry Miles
Apr 1 2010 1:00AM
This large and beautifully illustrated coffee-table volume pays tribute to the British Invasion in the most liberal sense of the term. Not only does the book cover all of the usual suspects— Beatles, Stones, Animals,
Print Martin Guitars A History and Martin Guitars A Technical Reference
Nov 1 2009 1:20AM
By Richard Johnson and Dick Boak
GIBSON AMPLIFIERS 1933-2008 75 YEARS OF THE GOLD TONE
Sep 11 2009 3:20PM
Gibson played a huge role in the development of guitar amplifiers, and this excellent book details the evolution of these products from the company’s first “Electric Amplifier” of 1933 to the Super Goldtone models of today.
Under Investigation: Billy Cobham's 'Spectrum'
Rhythm Workshop: Sliding Fourths
Style Study: Buddy Guy and Guitar Slim
Rhythm Workshop: 40 Ways to Play an Am Chord
You're Playing It Wrong: "Green Oniions"
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