Make your gigging life easier by cutting down on the number of stands you use and using single brace stands.
Five days and a trip to Carnegie Hall were dedicated to the technique and improvisation with Django's jazz.
He may not have had a Marshall stack or effects, but Django was every bit as revolutionary as Jimi, if not more so.
Following an initial refusal, Dylan will pick up the prize while on tour in Sweden.
We took a trip to the Netherlands to visit one of the friendliest, highest quality vintage guitar shows in Europe.
Korg follows up the analog synths it has released this year with premium performance and production keyboards.
These historic studios were brought back from the brink by people who loved the music that came out of them.
Margaret Glaspy stopped by to talk about her evolving gear tastes and her newest album.
One of the defining guitarists of the '80s talks about using effects as part of his songwriting process.
The legendary mixer was also used on solo recordings by members of the Beatles and Kate Bush.
Behold the aliens, the eagles, and the ergonomic oddities.
The breakout, Grammy–nominated jazz trombonist talks about his home town and why his education will never end.
The Leslie speaker was designed as a simple improvement for the Hammond organ and grew into something much bigger.
New international regulations on selling rosewood have made cross–border sales tougher. We're here to make it easy.
An intimate look at the guitar giant's building process when most of the production was done by hand.
The Dingwall Guitars founder reflects on his mentor and fellow Canadian boutique luthier, Glenn McDougall.
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