Crashy splashy stacky goodness
The beta amp from Omega
Sticky and blue?
Howl at how difficult it
Bruno Giordano is your sommelier
Tesser-act fast to see some
Got Bent? Get Bent!
Tear it up, break it
This bad boy can fit
Your brain will thank you
Arbiter of RIFFS
Time's a tickin'!
Every song must end.
Strauss In The House!
Perphery's a machine that's well
We don't want Skervy, but
The ultimate "Phantom Amour" session
Studio docs are best docs.
Our final in-studio clip with
Tell 'em, Sarah!
Put that guitar down!
Learn from the pros!
We speak with the legendary
With bonus tips on cable
We run down guitar recording
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Add some power to your
Are you using locking tuners
Low on dough but want
Will it make sound?
Play the flute? Why not
How will this week's guitar-plugging
But will it help me
I can't breathe!
Who are you Waring? Oh, this old thing? It's a Paul Reed Smith.
This new album of theirs has quite a Buz about it.
New drummer Waltteri Väyrynen rips it live.
Just in time for you to backpack across Europe. Or Staten Island.
NIN mainman dishes the dirt on his third collaboration with David Fincher
Be careful, you may have to stand near your bandmates.
A Waza Craft one, specifically.
In other news, I think Nolly's basses are sentient killing machines, sent back from the future to kill Sarah Conner.
I'm guessing it's the former.
If you don't want effects, then yo ass gotta go.
Because drumming is better than talking.
I'd love to send them both off of a dock and into the River Thames, but for very different reasons.
Glenn Fricker weighs in with a few tips on shaping your ship up.
Because Kayo Dot are allergic to convention, they're promoting their new album Coffins on Io with a riff playthrough video
Except for the, you know, recording part.
It's a thing.