Welcome to Guitar Planet magazine, the ardent expression of my passion for guitar and music! This innovative project has been conceived exclusively for the web and for all music-genre guitarists.
Through our web magazine you will have access to great interviews with great guitarists, information, tips, techniques and exclusive news from writers all around the world.
We expressly designed Guitar Planet as a free internet resource easily accessible on PC, iPhone and other handheld devices. Guitar Planet takes advantage of the vast communication technologies available on the internet (streaming video, multimedia content and podcasting) and aims at actively involving our readers via their written commentary.
If you are passionate about guitars and music, this magazine is for you!
My staff and I have worked hard to put together this magazine and I want to thank everyone who was involved in the long journey to the creation of www.guitarplanet.eu and all those who put their trust in a magazine that didn’t exist a month ago.
It is with both pride and thanks that I bring this magazine to the Internet world and the hope that together we can enjoy issue after issue for many years to come…
… so come fly with me to the LAND OF THE 6 STRING WORLD!
Editor in Chief
Hampered by ill health, but never ones to retire shyly, The Who continue celebrating their 50th anniversary as they contemplate retirement.
Guitar Planet grades the creative comebacks from three iconic artists who are attempting to give 2015 a much-needed injection of impetus.
Guitar Planet takes on new albums by southern stars Blackberry Smoke, nu-metal icons Papa Roach and the legendary Venom.
The music industry’s glamorous state of the union address was delivered this weekend, but what did the Grammys have to say about guitar music?
Enter Shikari renew their archly political assault while expanding their sonic horizons on The Mindsweep.