Guitar Power is D'Addario's artist interview series, featuring a diverse array of some of the world's most innovative guitarists - including Julian Lage, Tosin Abasi, and Nita Strauss.
Tosin Abasi puts the intricacies of his mind-blowing 8-string guitar playing on display in this classic episode of Guitar Power.
Daniel Lanois started his musical journey humbly, with a one-dollar penny whistle. He went on to master the pedal steel guitar and produce records for the likes of Neil Young and U2.
The epitome of avant-garde, Mary Halvorson credits her teachers, jazz, and Jimi Hendrix for her style, which blends perfectly reasonable melodies with awkward dissonance.
Yvette Young’s math rock brilliance is as dazzling as her pink sparkle guitar. Witness both, in this episode of Guitar Power.
Nita Strauss talks about her reverence for Steve Vai, how she prepared to join Alice Cooper’s band, and her family’s roots in classical music, dating back to composer Johann Strauss.
Foo Fighters guitarist and solo artist Chris Shiflett shows us the lonely sound of his Telecaster, while sharing his musical journey from underground punk shows to headlining arenas.
Julian Lage’s musical prowess is nothing short of breathtaking. The full spectrum of his talent is on display in this captivating episode of Guitar Power.
Aaron Marshall (Intervals) trades licks with host Dweezil Zappa, shows off his Suhr Modern Custom, and talks inspiration for his dynamic prog style.
Against all odds, Mdou Moctar learned to create a sound all his own, by mixing traditional music with the modern versatility of the electric guitar.