Student Spotlight: Brandon Edwards

Brandon Edwards grew up in Stanford, Kentucky — just down the road from Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery, a Danville native — so it’s fair to say that music’s always been part of his life. “I got fascinated with Les Pauls — seeing...

Tech Tip from Mark Lacey: Designing a Guitar Body Using Rhinoceros

Most manufacturers and some independent luthiers use CNC machines to build their guitars. The process starts with drawing a design on the computer. My favorite program for doing this is Rhinoceros. Rhino (for short) is a powerful 3-D drafting and rendering program...

Ryan Madora in Bass Player Magazine

Our bass performance instructor Ryan Madora got the chance to sit down with Bass Player Magazine to talk about her journey as a female bass player and her successful career as such. Read it here.

Faculty roundup: What rare instrument do you wish you could own?

A 1983 black Charvel San Dimas with the rare Strat-style headstock. For our latest Guitar Craft Academy Nashville faculty roundup, we asked our faculty members to dream big: If they could have any instrument in the world, with price being no object, what would it be?...

Student Spotlight: Michael Volk

(Michael Volk is a current student at Guitar Craft Academy Nashville.) I got started playing music in the fourth grade on the cello. That didn’t last long when rock ‘n’ roll became a major focus of mine at around age 11. That’s when I received my first electric guitar...