See, bass players get cool
Myrone's like a real-life Duke
Have a listen to this
The ultimate "Phantom Amour" session
Studio docs are best docs.
Our final in-studio clip with
You can't put him out
Bruno Giordano is your sommelier
Tesser-act fast to see some
Disperse your doubts - this
Dads doing death metal.
Lord have mercy!
By process of elimination, you
A personal walkthrough of where
A day trip to a
Hack your axe!
4 pedals, 4 different flavors.
Are you open to open
These riffs are set in
Guitar Notes To Yourself
With death defying limerence
Billy's got a thing or
Ready your lumber, it's time
Anything this iconic can never
An hour-long conversation with the
On this edition of Ask a
Connect the dots to epic
Make your chords more colorful
Analyze This (diatonic chord progression)
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I don't, and neither should
Twitter: it's where the business
Streamlining your workflow isn't just
Build your board!
An exclusive lesson from Low
We talked to the man
As part of Overdrive week
We got advice from a
What's left to explore?
Boil, boil, or toil and
Pick your poison!
Routing, effects, envelopes - it's
You already have everything you
Electronic or acoustic? Why not
Special guest Glenn Fricker of
The many faces of Trey
We ask the Gear Elder
Musical fractals, aliens, hyper-insane polyrhythms, and one of the strangest musical conspiracies of all time.
Great jazz, funk, and blues players gather from across the country to rip.
Over a classic "So What" / "Impressions"-style chord movement.
Darcy James Argue & his co-conspirators perform a smokin' slab of progressive steampunk jazz in-studio.
Level up your odd time-signature game!
Legendary drummer for Mahavishnu Orchestra, Miles Davis, and Quincy Jones talks the Art of the Rhythm Section.
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Let's talk about why Parker is so crucial for metal guitarists to study.
One of the most misunderstood aspects of playing and recording heavy metal is the concept of the "mistake." As a
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Let's focus on the first five notes of the major and minor scales.