Back In Black is the most successful album ever made by a rock band, but in 1980 AC/DC were struck down by tragedy and the band seriously considered calling it quits.
With this year's Summer NAMM just around the corner, here's what guitar enthusiasts can get excited about.
As Guitar Music retreats from popular culture Guitar Planet asks why is this happening, and why should we care?
Axl Rose famously accused Slash of having nothing new or relevant to offer the music industry, and as the guitar legend announces his return to Europe, it’s time to ask the question: is Slash still...
With sales of rock music plummeting, with the past outselling the present, and with no new instantly recognisable guitar icons, we ask, has guitar music reached a crisis point?
Guitar Planet considers the greatest and most influential guitarists of all time; but only the ones you might not know about. This month we take a look at Al di Meola
Enticing but never inviting: Exile On Main St. remains The Rolling Stones’ greatest and most impenetrable offering.
Guitar Planet takes a look at the spotlight and why everyone is trying to get out from under it.
Rush’s mammoth Time Machine tour brings Moving Pictures to London, but is its brilliance swamped by three hours of self-indulgence?
Bob Dylan turns 70 today and Guitar Planet has decided to celebrate with a collection of Dylan essential electric moments.