Mark Whitfield On Delivering On Live TV
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
THE ANSWER TO THE QUESTION “Who played that great solo with Sting on the Hope for Haiti Now broadcast?” is Chris Botti sideman Mark Whitfield. Unlike some of the people on that telecast, Whitfield knows how to bring it on
Jun 1 2010 1:00AM
ENGLISH GUITAR VIRTUOSO AND COMPOSER CLIVE CARROLL has a vast musical palette and a sweeping creative vision. Adept at banjo, flattop, and nylon-string guitar, and equally at home playing fingerstyle or wielding a flatpick,
May 21 2010 8:40AM
Andy McKee is considered one of the world's finest acoustic guitar soloists.
Geoff Pesche on Abbey Road Online Mastering with mp3 audio
Feb 27 2010 1:25AM
WE COVERED ABBEY ROAD’S ONLINE MASTERING service in the March 2010 issue of Guitar Player.
Guy Buttery Feature Interview Outtakes
Feb 16 2010 10:00AM
WHEN I INTERVIEWED South African acoustic guitar virtuoso Guy Buttery, he provided more material than I could fit into the print magazine.
Marillion39s Steve Rothery Talks Tones and Effects
Feb 2 2010 5:00PM
MARILLION GUITARIST STEVE ROTHERY specializes in crafting lush sonic atmospheres with layered guitars and effects processing, as exemplified on Ostara, the latest release from his other band, the Wishing Tree.
Dec 8 2009 1:00PM
DEBORAH HOLLAND MAY CRAFT polished pop songs with folk, rock, electronica, and jazz influences, but she adheres to the same “keep it real” philosophy that drives hip-hop acts to reveal life-changing experIences in their work.
Dec 1 2009 5:50AM
BYRDS LEGEND ROGER MCGUINN HAS ALWAYS had a knack for blending the old with the new. He artfully married traditional folk stylings with Beatles-approved rock and catapulted tunes such as “Turn! Turn! Turn!” and
Aug 1 2009 2:15AM
“AS A SOLO PERFORMER, THE GUITAR FOR ME IS A band in a box,” says Irish-Canadian singersongwriter and fingerstylist Stephen Fearing. “I’m trying to get as many textures as I can out of it, so things remain interesting from
Aug 1 2009 1:55AM
SINCE PERFORMING VIVALDI’S “CONCERTO in D Major” with the Minneapolis Orchestra at the age of 14, Sharon Isbin has emerged as one of the world’s preeminent classical guitarists. Isbin, the creator and director of the Guitar
Jun 1 2009 2:40AM
WHAT DO YOU DO FOR AN ENCORE AFTER PLAYING a stint with Eric Clapton, and accepting a personal invitation from Carlos Santana to open a string of dates on his tour? Derek Trucks drew upon those thrilling experiences—in
Jan 1 2009 10:55AM
FANS OF CONTEMPORARY BLUES AND SOUL need no introduction to Susan Tedeschi. The Norwell, Massachusetts, native busted onto the scene in 1998 with Just Won’t Burn, and soon thereafter fans all over the states were exposed to
Oct 20 2008 5:30PM
FINGERSTYLE SUPERSTAR TOMMY EMMANUEL won’t give himself a break. Despite having to stop touring in 2007 due to exhaustion, he’s back on the road again, and is booked solid through mid-2009. At these one-man guitarfests (not to be
101 Forgotten Greats & Unsung Heroes
Feb 1 2007 12:00AM
It’s no secret that the talent, technique, and creative force of magnificent and awe-inspiring guitarists runs deep. And going deep doesn’t mean studying only the obvious guitar heroes. You have to get out on the fringes, and
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