Yes's longtime axeman details the intense rehearsals, rare Gibson archtops, and inspired improvisations that formed the band's masterpiece.
Walls has worked with countless gospel, rock, R&B, pop, and country artists, and his list of favorite sessions is similarly eclectic.
The guitar sensation and winner of Martin and Guitar World’s No Limits Challenge shares some wisdom on amps, speakers, effects and earplugs.
The session guitar great explains why he chose to re-work two Steely Dan classics, “The Rose,” and more for his adventurous solo debut album, 'Speed of Heat.'
The Canadian guitar great reveals how a group of unique boutique guitars (and circumstances) helped make 'Come Morning' the most thrillingly intimate Bros. Landreth album yet.
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.
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