A Master Luthier shows you how to set your intonation
"When they got on amphetamines the music just turned to a load of crap," reflected the singer
The British artist delivered a searing assessment of the impact of Tiktok on the industry's economic model over the weekend: "If we want quality music somebody is gonna have to pay for it"
"Face to Face samples 20 different songs from 1968-1982, but what if the song used samples coming from a much later time range of thirty years later?"
TB-303 Day special: Iconic and influential, but notoriously awkward to program. Let’s explore the ins and outs of coaxing acid lines from a 303 – whether real, cloned or emulated
Happy TB-303 Day! Grab your time travel machine, because back then it only cost a couple of hundred bucks
Recently celebrating its 30th birthday, Speedy J tells us about the making of his 1993 Warp Records debut
“If it wasn’t for the 303, I wouldn’t even be here right now talking to you,” says producer Fast Eddie
We're in Prophet-5 mode, as we celebrate five decades of the first 'proper' polysynth with five – ok six – glorious tracks
In early 1970 Jimmy Page had a concept for an epic song that “would unravel in layers as it progressed”. More than five decades on, Stairway To Heaven still has a hold on its writers and the world
This Electromatic series semi-hollow has a maple body with a chambered spruce centre block, a pair of Dual High Sensitive Filter’Tron pickups, and looks like it's made of ice cream and gold
“If I would ever think of calling myself a musician, it would be a pretty rubbish one,” says the leader of The Horne Section
The supergroup featuring Joe Bonamassa, Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian release first new music in seven years, and it's a heavy rock groover to trample you underfoot