So you like the Telecaster look but not the features? Check out these five guitars that were inspired by the iconic guitar but promise to take you places the Telecaster itself surely can't.
The first mass produced solidbody guitar is still a hit today, and for many viable reasons. While commonly stereotyped as a country guitar, it's rather unfair to pigeonhole the incredible guitar.
A legendary blues singer/songwriter for more than one reason, the story of Robert Johnson is mired in truth and myth. Who was he, why is he so important... and what's it like to share his name?
Who wants normal when you can have a guitar that stands out in a crowd? Here are some great guitars, unique in their own ways, that are worth taking a look at.
The Strat is the most common guitar on Earth. You want something similar but unique in its own way? Check these options out and blaze your own trail.
Everyone knows you've lusted over a PRS guitar at least once in your life. There is, however, the matter of price. So are these works of art truly worth the price?
Want a guitar similar to a Les Paul but less than half the price? Want something with a little more bite to it than the famous Gibson solidbody? Take a look at these options, all under $1000.
So your Strat just won't cut it? A Les Paul is too heavy and thick? Prefer to shred like there's no tomorrow? I have a feeling the Ibanez RG is lovingly glancing your way.
So you want a Fender Strat? You're certainly not alone there... but what makes the Strat so different, special and sought out after all these years? And why is it so noisy??
Iconic, back-breaking, sustaining, brash and pricey, the Gibson Les Paul is a one of a kind guitar. Just don't stumble and lose your head.
Buying music gear should be fun, right? So why is finding that "perfect" retailer such a downer? I'll take a look at two online retailers, compare and contrast them and let you do the rest