With performance budgets crunched to the max, life on the road these days is more challenging than ever. Here’s how to make the most of your opportunities
In an exclusive interview, Keith Richards talks about the magic of the new album Hackney Diamonds, and why losing a string created a whole new sound for the Rolling Stones
After he regretted not playing more guitar on his solo albums, Chris Shiflett assembled a six-string dream team for Lost at Sea. The result is a treat for the ears
With the help of "a really gritty velcro fuzz", blues guitarist Eric Johanson gets into the raw experience of the moment on his latest album, The Deep and the Dirty
Chrissie Hynde has been leading The Pretenders for 45 years now. She and co-guitarist James Walbourne on developing style, the pressure to stay faithful to old guitar parts and more...
“I've always been embarrassed at the idea of being in Guitar Player magazine. I'm just a skiffler. I do ‘posh skiffle’, that's all it is…” In 1987, George Harrison sat down with us for a classic interview, looking back across his career…
Jimmy and pedal-steel supremo Speedy West (aka “the country jazz John and Paul”) have a swingin’ good time on this fun 1960's shredfest which belies his difficult reputation
Blues player, session legend and "accidental frontman", Snowy White has worked with everyone from Thin Lizzy to Pink Floyd. Here are five deep cuts he considers his best.
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
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