Playing the guitar is a men's club all too often. But women are every bit as capable as men are with the six string. We'd all like to see more women play guitar. Here are some of the best who do.
Old violins made in the late 17th/early 18th century are known as Golden Age violins and are highly prized as great works of art, and investments. How much are they worth and what is their real value?
From Les Paul himself on down to Zakk Wylde, many a stunning six string electric guitarist has made great music using a Gibson Les Paul. The Gibson Les Paul was the second great solid body electric guitar to come to the fore of musicianship and culture in the late 1950's, and it is just as valid...
This is a list of gift ideas for guitar players. Check out the list and find something that the guitar player in your life doesn't have yet, but that he/she would really like.
The Seagull M6 acoustic guitar is a very good solid top tonewood instrument available with either a solid spruce top, or a solid cedar top. The back and sides of the instrument are laminated mahogany, and the fingerboard and bridge are of solid mahogany. This is a great sounding guitar in the...
Martin "S" series guitars are always awesome instruments, and the D 35S is certainly no exception. These guitars are shorter scare, 12 frets clear of the body, and have a different shaped body, and a wider neck, and of course they have the slotted head stock that gives them the "S."
It started in 1965 when Paul McCartney got his. Then John and George had to have one too. But since those days many great guitarists have called the Epiphone Casino their guitar of choice.
Many a hero of the guitar has made music primarily with a Gibson SG. So Gibson will offer custom signature series guitars to honor them, and satisfy their fans. These are the most recent such SGs.
The Prudent Guitar: A blog sharing my quest for the best inexpensive (don't say "cheap") gear! This review looks at an overlooked classic pedal that is no longer made, but is worth searching for.
Learning moveable scale and chord shapes take you to the next level as a guitarist and understanding them makes it possible to play in keys that are better for wind players. Great for jazz and blues!