Blast from the Past: John Fogerty Pro's Reply
Mar 11 2013 3:11PM
Fogerty's Q/A piece was originally published in the June 1971 issue of GP
Blast from the Past: Alvin Lee Cover Story from 1971
Mar 6 2013 7:26PM
Check out our Alvin Lee feature story from the October 1971 issue ...
Cinderella Story, Once Upon a Time Tom Keifer Started Recording a Solo Album
Mar 6 2013 12:00AM
You don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone.
Guitar Talk, A Session Roundtable of the Guitarists on Donald Fagen's Sunken Condos
Mar 6 2013 12:00AM
Those not in the “in crowd” can only assume that being a session guitarist on a Steely Dan or Donald Fagen project is an exercise of much creative energy expended for a rickety shot at fate.
Mannish Boy: Blues Prodigy Tyler Bryant Grows Up and Rocks Out
Apr 16 2013 1:04PM
A HUMONGOUS BUZZ ABOUT TEXAS-BORN, NASHVILLE RESIDENT TYLER Bryant has built steadily over the past decade.
Craig Chaquico on His Blues Roots
Mar 13 2013 3:50PM
Craig Chaquico has been on the scene for a long time.
Peter Frampton Celebrates the 35th Anniversary of Frampton Comes Alive!
Mar 13 2013 3:48PM
FOR A MAN WHO IS EXTREMELY UNCOMFORTABLE with the idea of being mummified by his past, Peter Frampton isn’t afraid to expend massive amounts of creative and personal time to honor it.
Jake Shimabukuro on Recording with Alan Parsons
Mar 13 2013 3:36PM
JAKE SHIMABUKURO has always taken the ukulele where it has never gone before. On his latest release, Grand Ukulele [Mailboat], he had some help in the form of legendary producer Alan Parsons.
Mar 13 2013 3:28PM
Devonshire-born Bex Marshall fell into a family that was one part “landed gentry” and one part Irish Romany, but it seems the gypsy lifestyle won the battle for her soul.
Permanent Clear Light
Mar 13 2013 2:21PM
F o r m e d i n 2 0 0 9, F i n l a n d ’ s Permanent Clear Light actually sets its musical sights four decades backwards, to the sonic and conceptual madness that was the psychedelic era.
FAT Fusion, Alex Machacek's High-Tech Low-Budget Prog Rock Production Practices
Mar 13 2013 2:04PM
If you step offstage and someone asks you what amp or distortion box you used, it’s usually to compliment your playing and tone
The Future Is Dark, Wilson T King Shines a Light On the Next Level of the Blues
Mar 13 2013 1:50PM
It’s not unusual to hear guitarists with technical proficiency these days.
Green Warrior, George Lynch Talks Activism, Guitars, and the '80s
Mar 13 2013 1:06PM
The “World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band” is five decades old, and fat chance there’s even a microscopic tidbit about any aspect of the group that hasn’t been debated to death, overanalyzed, decoded, exposed, scrutinized,
Tom Edwards on Locking In with the Adam Ant Band's Tribal Beats
Mar 5 2013 12:00AM
Back in the early ’80s, Adam Ant’s juxtaposition of American Indian rhythms, punk song arrangements, and Duane Eddystyle guitars revolutionized the U.K. music scene and owned the pop charts.
Kim Thayil"s Uneasy Pedal Alliance
Mar 5 2013 12:00AM
“I’M NOT A BIG FAN OF EFFECTS pedals,” says Kim Thayil—whose band, the recently resurrected and still potent Soundgarden, released its first full CD of original studio material in 16 years, the ferocious King Animal [Seven
Kiko Loureiro on Cross-Picked and Hybrid-Picked Arpeggios
Under Investigation: The Soulful Guitarists of James Brown
Rhythm Workshop: Sixteenth-Note Funk
Under Investigation: Eddie Cochran
Joel Hoekstra Takes A Minor Out
Eric Johnson Humbucker Pickups or SD Seth Lover ?
Help/advice with Schaller 455 bridge, please. . .
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