See, bass players get cool
Myrone's like a real-life Duke
Have a listen to this
He did, however, grow a
Brann talks 70's drum tones,
Everyone at Gear Gods has
While on a break from
This solo will get your
God, please make me a
From the band's forthcoming live
The HM-2 lords in Black
This band is a trip
Chris Letchford aims for the
NYC deathcore outfit release the
Italian proggers let you into
A look behind the curtain
When you're a living guitar
Hack your axe!
4 pedals, 4 different flavors.
A brief masterclass in crusty
In Flames is on fire!
Watch Joel O'Keeffe and David
One of metal production's finest
All 5 Neds of Okilly
Innovator Steve Vai talks to
An hour-long conversation with the
On this edition of Ask a
How do you record sound
Connect the dots to epic
Make your chords more colorful
Analyze This (diatonic chord progression)
Can't afford a giant ceiling-mounted
Bachelor life is the natural
I don't, and neither should
Twitter: it's where the business
You may want an endorsement
Build your board!
An exclusive lesson from Low
Your picking is looking kind
We talked to the man
As part of Overdrive week
We got advice from a
S H I T P
What a week it's been.
Let's put this new Metallica
Learn all up in your
You might want to do
Play slowly: you might get
The many faces of Trey
We ask the Gear Elder
Everything you've ever wanted to
Athanasia, even better than euthanasia!
Tools of the legends at work!
One Machine, two guitars, one bass
You know where you are? You're rotting in the jungle, baby!
The weapons they use to shatter the sun.
From whence comes the force of dragons
A sneak peek into the rigs of guitarists Mick Thomson and Jim Root.
I'd prefer a world filled with raspberry sauce, but if it's hollow, you can fill it with whatever you want!
This rig costs more than your car.
Stick around for some bonus ruminations on midi foot controllers afterwards. Can anything be more exciting? I'm thinking no.
I suppose that, as ninjas, silent riffing must be an option.
The dudes take a breather from their tour with Periphery and Born Of Osiris to break down their touring rigs.
The gear isn't there yet, but rigs like this one from Hemotypsis' Masaki Murashita are becoming more common.
I guess he gets his workout on tour by just lifting the damn thing.
Stop by his "Dino House." He's serving "Dino Brunch."