The band’s ‘Billboard’ number one album remains the most focused and concise album from Carlos’s group
The face of Fender’s golden era replicates Grady Martin, Les Paul, Jimmy Bryant, George Barnes, Chet Atkins and Hank Garland
Johnny Ramone’s machine-like, all-downstrokes, no-minor-chords approach to guitar combines a ferocious wall of sound with brief barre-chord interludes
Recorded in just one day, this LP chronicles the Gibson signature artist becoming a bona fide world-class jazz guitarist
Oozing with atmosphere, craftsmanship and focus, this 1988 classic plays like a great psychedelic opera
This compilation of material by the original singer of “Good Rocking Tonight" showcases a number of fleet-fingered guitarists, such as Bill Jones, Bill Jennings, and Jimmy Davis.
Featuring Hubert Sumlin, Buddy Guy, and a host of other legendary musicians, this 1962 Chess compilation is a reminder of what real blues is all about.
One of the rare jazz masters who actually played a Jazzmaster, Roy Lanham slayed listeners the old-fashioned way: with his bare hands.
This timeless and powerful recording from the brothers’ all-too-brief career has an otherworldly musicality.
‘Guit With It’ reveals the show-stopping excitement of his guit-steel double-neck performance in full.
The late, great guitarist took a stirring voyage on fusion’s treacherous waters with this classic album.
This is an essential work from an essential jazz swing guitarist whose bad-ass Charlie Christian-esque style is ripe for rediscovery.
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