In this classic GP interview, the session guitar and Toto king reveals how Carlton (especially his work on Steely Dan's Royal Scam) changed his view of what was possible within the confines of rock guitar playing
ZZ Top's main man and Johnny Winter recount their time backing Lightnin’ Hopkins, where they quickly learned that to accompany the blues legend meant doing things his way
The bluesman who Miles Davis once described as the "funkiest man alive" discusses his love of B.B. King's signature Gibson, his most beloved Fender amps, and the guitarist who came closest to his style with GP in this 1992 interview.
The Prince of Darkness discusses what he learned about music from Rhoads, and how the pioneering hard-rock guitarist would find a new guitar teacher in every town he played in, while Osbourne and the rest of his bandmates were "hunkered in the bar."
Screwdrivers, chisels, drills and chainsaws – the young prodigy reveals all in this amazing interview from the GP archive.
Read this classic Guitar Player interview with one half of the greatest guitar dueling brotherhood in hard rock history.
Video This historic BBC performance of “Boom Boom” helped turn a whole generation on to the blues.
Video Remembering the influential Texas bluesman born 110 years ago today with this archive gem featuring quotes from Johnny Winter, Billy Gibbons and more.
The Rolling Stone comes clean on distortion in this archive interview from the December 1992 issue of Guitar Player.
As ‘Toto IV’ hits 40 this year, we take a rummage through the vaults to bring you some classic Luke snippets.
In this insightful interview from the Guitar Player archive Brian May explains how he recorded classic Queen tracks.