Guitar Planet takes a look at some of the best hoaxes and gags music has ever known.
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than by looking back at three of Ireland’s greatest and most diverse guitar Gods.
This month Guitar Planet celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Metallica’s definitive statement; the incomparable Master Of Puppets.
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 Wes Montgomery.
Brooklyn band The Hold Steady play emotional, blues-tinged alt rock with a hefty measure of Beat poetry thrown in. Will it be enough to warm the lovers on a cold February 14 in Leeds?
Starting to book your first live performances? Check out Part Two of our guide to find out everything you need to know as a guitarist to make sure you own the show and leave everyone wanting more.
Surf Rock is back in a big way, but is it “Fun, Fun, Fun” or just a recipe for some “Summertime Blues”?
They’ve been labelled the hope for 2011 and have received near universal acclaim; so one week before their debut album is set to be released Guitar Planet gives you the low down on Yuck.
Think you’ve got what it takes to get on stage and show your skills? Check out Guitar Planet’s guide to start playing your own shows at the venues you want.
Mocked by critics, condemned by conservative America and even sentenced to 6 months in prison; Jim Morrison had to deliver in February 1970, and that’s exactly what he did.