Ain't nothin' rusty 'bout this
We don't need to educ
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Shred on, Greg, shred on
Ready to grind like Gus?
Do you remember yours?
Don't Hirsch yourself!
That's a lot of strokes!
Doing the Lord's work
Live at the renowned Saint
I'm definitely excited to watch
Try saying that five times
I won't Stan for this!
The meaning of life is
Is it everything you've ever
Dave knows axes.
Cow go "moo", bass go
To InfinitLee and Beyond
Tell 'em, boys.
Talkin' riffs, takin' sips.
Outta dis woild!
How do you record sound
Ed edited it did he?
Sometimes, nothing else will do!
Make your chords more colorful
Analyze This (diatonic chord progression)
What chords are in the
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Nice to find someone who
I don't, and neither should
Twitter: it's where the business
You feeling ready for tour
More money, more mixes, less
Get off of my lawn.
We interviewed the double-duty pedal
Get your guitar tone toight
They are NOT the same
A tale as old as
Head to head (or, should
Kick up your songwriting skills!
Tell 'em, Dan!
We ask the Gear Elder
Everything you've ever wanted to
Pahk ya cah at the
We caught up with Aaron Turner, Brian Cook, and Nick Yacyshyn, to talk about SUMAC's current touring rig.
Julz shows us the ingredients for meaty thrash riffs.
Raphael Pinsker of Fin'amor sports an uncommon opinion on the matter.
Along with an exclusive track premiere of "Run To Away From Home."
Bassist Dave Grossman shows us how to lay down the low-end goods.
Guitarist Eric Jernigan shows off his rig, including a custom Electrical Guitar Company Telecaster.
We spoke with Rosetta' founding guitarist Matt Weed about his rig and company, Atomium Amps.
Arkansas homeboys show us how to sludge.
Australian prog metallers drop a playthrough video for a song off upcoming album Node.
Evertune bridges, amp modelers, and rubber poo!
Our favorite punk band show us the bass goods.
Premier Guitar got the scoop on the legendary thrash band's current touring rig.
Not srsly. But guitarist Satchel does have some beautiful Kramers.
Had enough of the Doof Warrior from Mad Max: Fury Road yet?
Swiss lumberjacks show us the tools necessary for hewing fine-cut riffs.