2011 has treated us to a wide array of spellbinding sets, sick solos and sumptuous albums, but it's all over now, and it's time for Guitar Planet to reveal it's Top Ten Guitarists Of The Year.
To help you get the most out of the January sales Guitar Planet walks you through four of the biggest Blu Ray DVD releases from Rush, Queen, Slash and Pearl Jam.
It's been a trying two years for Noel Gallagher who endured his brother's put-downs and law suits before finally striking out on his own this winter.
A year dominated by sublime American folk music drew to a close when the darkest and most intriguing voices in American country, Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings, brought their combination of...
The caricature glam rock troupe is out of the darkness with their flamboyant stage shows, cat suits and ear piercingly high pitches. Hold tight, they are ready to light up rock again!
Thought Girls were just for indie kids? Think again. This Californian outfit have serious progressive rock credentials and the seismic solos to match.
Heavy Metal legends Black Sabbath have put their issues to one side and reformed to headline Download Festival.
As the world takes time out to remember the fallen, Guitar Planet looks back on some guitar rock’s most enduring reflections on the gruesome business of war.
Upping the ante with a more brutal guitar rich sound the Arctic Monkeys may just be transforming into this generation’s great arena headlining indie band.
Your smartphone can do more than let the neighbours call you to demand you turn the volume down. Here are some of the best guitar-related iPhone, iPad and Android apps currently out there – and...