This is a great time to consider Dylan’s wide-ranging career. From his unorthodox, distinctive voice; to his deep, deep catalog; to revelatory side projects like The Traveling Wiburys, there’s always something new to discover from the Troubadour Laureate.
Chuck Berry and others rocked the 50s. From 64′ on, guitars were everywhere. But the period in between…?
From tribal drums to booty-shaking drops, the bass has come a long way.
Hope you’re not in rush to have one made. This custom work of art takes six months to create.
Without the acoustic guitar, music as we know it today, would be less likely to strike a chord.
In this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Matt Gibson and Jared Easley discuss the ins and outs of being a professional musician in today’s world.
William Reese, Jr. and friends honor the musical genius of an artist gone too soon.
If a keyboard can play like a guitar, will the guitar continue to lose popularity?
The first black arts festival was shaped by Cold War politics.
If you love blues, classic rock, jazz, or modern pop, you owe a debt to West African stringed instruments. Here’s why.
The Yardbirds are back and ready to bring their music to a new generation.
Who’s got better musical skills, Speech Interpretation and Recognition Interface or SamuraiGuitarist?
An Astronaut Explains Why It’s Exceedingly Difficult To Play Guitar In Space.
Lap Skate Guitar is the intersection between an electric guitar and a skateboard deck, resulting in a custom made musical instrument that produces mellow sounds just as Lap Steel Guitar.
When is music more than rhythmic passion? Three years after committing suicide, a young musician’s work is being heard worldwide for the first time.
Music can be a great outlet and opportunity for bonding, and a guitar is an easy place to begin — if you choose the right one.