Who have the Guitar Planet readers named the best guitarist in the world today? Your votes have been counted and it's finally time to celebrate the best music and musicians of the last twelve months.
Five wildly different but hugely successful guitarists reveal their inspiration as Guitar Planet reflects on an incredible 2012.
Depending on who you ask Yngwie Malmsteen is either a genius or an arrogant copycat - it’s time Guitar Planet weighed in on the most divisive of guitar icons.
Josh Homme is a riff machine - an absolute beast, and this week Guitar Planet checks out 10 of his greatest QOTSA riffs.
The hottest ticket in concert history. Millions missed out in 2007 when Led Zeppelin reformed for one night only, but what did they miss?
Success tends to breed distrust, but Mumford & Sons have evoked endless reams of vitriol and disgust – Guitar Planet finds out why.
It might be arbitrary to divide by gender, but in a field that has been dominated by machismo for so many decades, it’s time to celebrate the truly great female guitarists of our age.
It can take a lifetime to master one sound but The Beatles didn’t have that luxury, they thrived by constantly breaking new ground, “Love Me Do” was merely the starting point.
Frustrating, infuriating, and undeniably challenging, Radiohead are living the dream – playing whatever they want, however they want, and being met with nothing but warmth.
It’s a bizarre night as the Guitar Gods join forces to pay tribute to the late Jim Marshall and the world’s most iconic amps.