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The Arctic Monkeys performed Lou Reed’s “Walk on the Wild Side” at Liverpool’s Echo Arena.
Video. News. Rock.
This year, Neil Young's star-studded Bridge School Concert is coming to a computer screen or portable electronic device near you.
Expanding their foray into acoustic instruments, Peavey has released three new light-weight carbon-fiber guitars.
News. Guitar Care.
Traveler AG-105 acoustic guitar is available with or without on-board EQ
75th Anniversary of Library of Congress’ Folklife Survey in Michigan Marked by New e-Book, Podcasts, Traveling Exhibition
Coen Brothers Pay Tribute to 1960s Greenwich Village Folk Scene
Epiphone marks its 140th year of building 'the working musician's guitar'
Acclaimed folk and blues player Dale Miller succumbs to cancer
Maker of hand-crafted acoustic guitars suffers loss.
Old Crow Medicine Show to join Grand Ole Opry. Formal induction set for September 17.
Taylor Guitars introduces two new rosewood/spruce Grand Orchestra models
The Brazilian luthiery Kian creates a poster that "plays" like a guitar
Martin Guitar Unveiled 4 New Models at Nashville Summer NAMM Trade Show
Walden guitars debuted their new 800 series of acoustic guitars last week at the Summer NAMM show in Nashville, Tennessee.
Austin, Texas,-based non-profit bolsters music education in impoverished nation
3-day event features Kaki King, Sam Bush and a host of other guitarists from around the world
When it comes to naming the finest guitars, guitar makers, and guitar accessories, who better to turn to than AG readers—the folks who have their fingers on the pulse of the fretboard? This year’s Player’s Choice Awards offer up some familiar names—and more than a few surprises. We're announcing the winners here, from the finest independent luthiers and manufacturers to hand-crafted archtops, jumbos and dreadnoughts—culminating with… drumroll… the Guitar of the Year! To get the full details, drool-worthy photos, and insights from readers and editors alike, be sure to nab a copy of the August 2014 issue.
And, now, the envelopes, please...