Try saying "buckeye burl bass"
And you get a signature
New practice amp range also
Check out an in-depth doc
The band put their noses
New music video gives you
Full set from drummer Casey
Check out some high-res, multi-cam
Jay plays through "AOV" live!
Sweden's power metal mainstays' new
A full live-set drum cam
Live set from 2000 emerges
NYC deathcore outfit release the
What's your Phobia? If you're
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Damian Murdoch of The Ocean
The band shows you how
Take a Voyage to Oz,
One of metal's great mysteries,
TopGuitar Magazine got the scoop
He's the Chancellor of bass
You can pick your nose,
Let's talk about something you
Gear options! Producers! Drum-triggers! This
For improvisation and lead playing.
Rabea Massad gives you some
Pat Petrillo' shows off his
What's new in Baltimore? We spoke with the man behind the sounds of Magrudergrind, Noisem, Mutilation Rites, Full of Hell,
In other news, President Nixon has just resigned his post. And who is this Tosin Abasi guy?
Dude threw 5ths in my coffee once. I was pretty grossed out at the hygiene of it, but damn if
Not to be confused with the front-of-house mix team. What, you think Metallica is going to slum it by not
The '90s space rock genre kings had to entirely rethink their live setup for the reunion tour.
...Because, didn't he... you know... the... guitar.... flying V... what?
I was going to go for some topical Godzilla-esque title, about Marty Crossing the Pacific to terrorize Ben in New
The engineer/musicians talk shop about mastering, recording, and performing.
Synyster Gates on one of his more obscure influences, and a brief jam session to follow.
And a "best of Devin in the EMG studio montage" for good measure.
But um, buddy
Watch him school you like a boss, or more like a tc electronic
Another quality interview from Guitar Center of all places.
Alex Wade, Ben Savage and Zach Householder on the writing of riffs for their new record Our Endless War.
We caught up with the Cynic gutiarist to discuss the new mentality behind Kindly Bent To Free Us, the difficulties
Opeth's sonic palette has shifted again on their new record, albeit more subtly.