James Taylor is probably the definitive singer-songwriter of his generation. His confessional lyrics are some of the most affecting in popular music. And, given his way with words, it’s hardly surprising that Taylor is a great interview subject.
For many of us, it’s hard to imagine smashing a precious instrument. The Who’s Pete Townshend isn’t like you or I, though. Back in the day, smashing guitars was par for the course for him.
If you’re playing electric guitar in 2019, you owe a debt to Jimmy Page.
Jimi Hendrix was a guitar genius. How’s that for an obvious statement to start a guitar article? Sometimes though, the most obvious points bear repeating, and this is definitely the case with Jimi.
A striking departure from Fender’s Stratocaster or Gibson’s own Les Paul, the Explorer was suppose to be the guitar of the future.......
There’s something magical about a Gibson SG. That distinctive horned design screams rock and roll. It’s unmistakably devilish, and it’s the “Highway to Hell” guitar for a reason.
Part two of our interview with Tommy. Read on to hear about what he is listening to now, his thoughts on electric vs. acoustic and more.