UG exclusive: Bassist reveals one thing about Rob's playing he's not a big fan of.
Talks about a "risk-taking" Roots album, new tour and Max answers some readers' questions.
He talks about the new album, his love for Lemmy, and what drives him as an artist.
The compilation of replies to the question, "what was your first guitar?" from Billy Howerdel, Kyle Gass, Bill Kelliher, Robby Krieger, Kiko Loureiro and others.
Australia's Most Attractive Contribution to the Guitar World.
Here he talks about the new album, life after Lemmy and answers some readers' questions.
Talks about his upcoming album 'Season of the Witch', guitars and gear he owns and the YouTube era.
Studio with lots of Gibson, Fender and Gretsch.
Here he talks about beating alcoholism, new members and answers some UG Community questions.
Guitarist tells UG it's "laughable" to call DJs talented musicians.
Musician reveals the bands and guitarists that influenced his musical expression the most.
And about his collaboration with Colin Richardson.
The Special guitar autographed by more than 150 of the world’s greatest players.
"He was so pissed off he just sat in there practicing like, 'I gotta beat it!,'", the guitarist tells UG.
You just gotta be more careful, Nita tells UG.
His dream eventually came true.
An interview with Animals as Leaders lead guitarist.
Tim the bassist says that recording rhythm guitar parts when you don't have a rhythm guitarist in the band is lame
The amount of the word fuck used in the music was among key factors, the musician tells UG.
Gunn talks about the new album, his interest in the Chapman Stick and Warr Guitar, and his attraction to the strange and weird.
Guitarist Bjarte Lund Rolland talks about the new album and how the band came to represent this blend of classic rock and black metal.
Faith No More bassists talks about early albums, the band's breakup and his bass sounds.
Chevelle's Pete Loeffler: "I already have a vision of what I'd like the next album to be."
"We wanted to old-school it..."
Zach talks to UG about moving forward as a guitarist and the quest for tone in a technological age.
"It just sounds right..."
"He spent hours working on..."
"I want the live version to be better than the album."
"It kinda got me prepped for being in a band and going on tour."
"It's never a goal to play the songs exactly like on the records, because..."
"Dave Grohl told me they practiced every day for six months before they went into record 'Nevermind.'"
"...because you need them."
Drummer also talks about songwriting, love for classic rock drummers and how he needs to become the drums before he can play them.
"It's my story so far even though it's not too long quite yet."
"Half the time we're just ringing out chords..."
Guitarist talks about that approach on "Great is Our Sin" and takes a look back at some of Revocation's earlier albums.
In Part II of our lengthy conversation with the great Al Di Meola, he looks at working with Paco de Lucia, a close encounter with Les Paul and how New Wave music back in the 1980s almost spelled the death knell for his kind of music.
Al talks about his earliest days with Return to Forever, feeling the ghosts of the Beatles and trading licks with John McLaughlin.
"When I play for recreation or by myself, what's coming out of me is typically blues."
Guitar virtuoso talks about his early days, Quentin Tarantino and the new album.
"I don't really feel like I need to tour anymore."
"I can't talk about what they are or when they're coming out but they'll be out soon."
"The second amendment should be fucking changed to 'everybody has the right to own a guitar.'"
"They didn't really have any music for me to hear and the other guys in the band were terrible musicians I thought."
Learn how she made her way in the new UG interview.
"It wasn't a democratic or an equal band in terms of the decisions-making process. And I was totally fine with that at the time."
"Once we get done touring behind the mellow stuff, we're gonna be itchin' to do the heavy riffs for the next Black Label album."
"What I take with me on the road is the bare minimum but when I'm here in my studio, anything goes."
"There were plenty of keyboard commandos talking shit about us or Adam Clemans once we announced him. It's all noise. Who cares?"
"If you ever feel comfortable with the way you play, go to Nashville and go to a bar and watch some sixteen year old kid just annihilating and it will make you get back to practicing."