Why We Play Guitar
One of my friends in high school played drums. He had a full drum kit that took up a large chunk of his room: a big bass drum,
The Gibson Les Paul: The Quintessential Rock Guitar
Second in BillyBadAxe’s Classic Electric Guitars 101 series: The Gibson Les Paul is the quintessential heavy rock guitar. We’ve also covered the Fender Telecaster, and the Fender Stratocaster.
The Fender Stratocaster: History, Models and Players
Third in BillyBadAxe’s Classic Electric Guitars 101 series: The Fender Stratocaster. With its beautiful contour body, Leo Fender created a masterpiece that is only rivaled by the Les
The Fender Telecaster: History, Players, Buying, Sound
First in BillyBadAxe’s Classic Electric Guitars 101 series: the Fender Telecaster. The tele started it all so here it is. Second and third are the Gibson Les Paul
Les Paul: Guitar Innovator and Creator of the Les Paul Electric Guitar
It’s no exaggeration to say that without Les Paul, we wouldn’t have anything like the guitar music we have today. His contributions to guitar technique, recording, and innovation
5 Steps to Get Great Tone From Your Low-end Electric Guitar
No matter how many guitars we own, we always need another one. Just ask my wife! Guitarists always need something new to fill that gnawing chasm of guitar
The 7 Unbreakable Rules of Buying Used Guitars Online
Buying a used guitar online is risky. Your best bet, buy far, is to march down to your local guitar store and play all the guitars in your