Guitar Month

Lost Guitars: Bob Dylan's Newport Folk Festival Stratocaster

There are famous guitars and there are infamous guitars. For many, a 1964 Fender Stratocaster once owned Bob Dylan falls in the latter category.

Mike Einziger on How Incubus Has Straddled Genres Over The Years

Incubus celebrates the 20th anniversary of its first studio album ("S.C.I.E.N.C.E.") this year as well as two decades of being a band for all seasons.

7 Lefty Guitarists Who Aren’t Hendrix or Cobain

While Kurt Cobain and Jimi Hendrix are well-known for their left-handed guitar playing, there are plenty of other iconic musicians who have tackled the instrument left-handed.

WATCH: Patrick Stump Talks About His Gretsch Signature Guitar

For any guitarist, one of the major signs of “making it” is when a renown guitar manufacturer honors you with your own signature model guitar.

A Salute to the Riffs of 'Full Moon Fever'

Tom Petty's Full Moon Fever was released 28 years ago this week.  There are many takeaways from this album, but one of the things that stand out are its incredibly memorable riffs.

Stories Behind 5 of Rock’s Most Famous Guitars

Rock stars have their own wild stories about life on the road, but in some cases, their guitars have stories that are just as interesting.  In honor of Guitar Month, we look at the stories behind five of rock’s most famous guitars.

GUITAR PLAYLIST: Roy Orbison, Steve Clark, Dean DeLeo

On the surface, one wouldn’t think Roy Orbison, Def Leppard’s Steve Clark and Stone Temple Pilots’ Dean DeLeo would have much in common, but each are not only stellar guitarists, they also share an April 23 birthday!

How To Get Your New Guitar Home Safely

So you've saved and saved and it's finally time to buy the guitar you've always wanted. One problem: It's on the other side of the country, or worse yet, the planet! She wasn't cheap, after all, so it's not like you have the money to fly over and pick her up in person. So what's…

World’s Biggest and Smallest Guitars

In honor of Guitar Month, we are taking a look at the world’s largest and smallest guitars. No matter the size, the guitar has been around for thousands of years and has continued to harmoniously serenade the masses. Whether the size of a single cell or the size of a warehouse, the guitar continues to…

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