Watch Nat Myers perform a couple rollicking tunes and reflect on his road to the country blues.
Go behind the workbench to explore the unique challenges and joys of guitar repair.
Hear from 15 outstanding makers, who each recount the first guitar they built and reflect on how those early projects led to where they are today.
To celebrate 100 years of Doc Watson, we invited a range of talented musicians, producers, and makers to share stories and reflect on the legacy of this great guitarist.
Join us for an illuminating discussion about the past and present of roots music with the American Songster himself.
Learn how boundary-pushing guitarist Kaki King develops new tunings, the story behind the passerelle bridge, and why the third-to-last show is always the best performance of a tour.
Devon Gilfillian performs unplugged versions of two songs from the new record: “All I Really Wanna Do” and the title track, “Love You Anyway”.
The guitar summer camp is an unparalleled musical experience. You get the chance to immerse yourself in music, guided by knowledgeable and supportive teachers, in the company of likeminded enthusiasts, far from the distractions of your daily routine.
Join our illustrious panel for an in-depth conversation on songwriting. While each of our guests has a unique perspective and process, they share the belief that you can write songs, too.
To mark the 130th birthday of Andrés Segovia, we spoke with three contemporary guitarists who each studied with the maestro: Lily Afshar, Liona Boyd, and Michael Chapdelaine.
Join us for a rollicking conversation and to hear some original tunes performed by the late, great roots-and-blues raconteur Steve James.
Let’s talk about New Year’s resolutions! Our expert panel shares practical advice for setting, measuring, and achieving your guitar goals.
Take a virtual road trip across the US to visit four independent guitar stores. Each of these shops is more than just a retail outlet – and each of these shopkeepers has a unique perspective on why that is and what to look forward to in the future.
Join San Francisco–based jazz guitarists Mimi Fox, Nick Rossi, and Paul Mehling for a lively roundtable discussion on acoustic jazz standards.
For this AG Session, Elijah McLaughlin and Jason Toth of the Elijah McLaughlin Ensemble perform two fingerstyle pieces from the ensemble's latest album
Join us us for an in-depth discussion on the songwriting process and the importance of following your ear with trailblazing singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz.
Watch Loudon Wainwright III Perform Two Tunes from ‘Lifetime Achievement’ | Acoustic Guitar Sessions
Wainwright looks back on his life, his legacy, and his love, no punchline needed.
The editors of Acoustic Guitar want to know: What are your guitar goals? We are working on an episode of the Acoustic Guitar Podcast about New Year’s Resolutions and Guitar Playing.
Did you know you can expand the sonic possibilities of your acoustic guitar simply by plugging in? Doug Young, the recording engineer who wrote the book on acoustic amplification, reveals how.
Eric Bibb shares captivating stories and insights about his musical upbringing, the limits and opportunities of being known as a blues player, and the role music plays in uniting and shaping the world today.
Join Happy Traum, Jane Miller, Jess Baron, and Sean McGowan for an uplifting roundtable on teaching (and learning) guitar.
Bluegrass superstar Molly Tuttle discusses playing music with friends and how a surprising wood made its way into her signature dreadnought.
Listen to the first-ever episode of The Acoustic Guitar Podcast, a new monthly show from your friends at Acoustic Guitar magazine.
We want to know what's special about your local music store. Please tell us where you live, the name of your local shop, and why you like shopping there. Your response may be used in an upcoming piece from Acoustic Guitar.
Richard Thompson performs "Turning of the Tide" on his Lowden F-35 acoustic guitar at the Freight & Salvage for Acoustic Guitar Sessions