The Magazine Dedicated to Women Guitarists & Bassists

Issue No.11

Scene Report: Nashville / Bleached / Pioneering the Tuareg Guitar in Niger / Abigail Ybarra / Wye Oak / Lucinda Williams / Angel Olsen / Alabama Shakes / What are Triads? + more
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How Les Filles de Illighadad is Revolutionizing Traditional Tuareg Music

[This feature was originally published in the eleventh issue of She Shreds Magazine, November 2016 and has been edited for  more

Voices of Protest and Progress in Country Music

Last month, Rolling Stone ran an op-ed challenging more country singers to embrace the spirit of protest that fueled the  more

Dirty Dishes’ Jenny Tuite on Controlling Your Fuzz Effects

Guitarist, singer and songwriter Jenny Tuite has an awesomely experimental, do-what-works and DIY attitude and an intimate understanding of the  more

NAMM 2017: Amps We Loved

In January, She Shreds returned to the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show in Anaheim, California where we got  more

NAMM 2017: Guitars and Basses We Loved

Last month, She Shreds made our annual trek to the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show in Anaheim, California,  more

Nuts and Bolts 4: Troubleshooting and DIY Fixes for Guitar Electronics

You love your guitar, but all of a sudden it’s buzzing and driving you up the wall. Or: you have  more

She Shreds SXSW 2017 ft. Madame Gandhi, Sad 13, Mothers, Chastity Belt and More

SXSW is just around the corner and She Shreds will be there to help kick off the week-long music conference  more

Premiere: “The Man Who Made Himself a Name,” by Shelby Earl

Following the success of her 2011 debut Burn the Boats, and her 2013 follow up, Swift Arrows, critically-acclaimed Seattle-based indie  more

Video Premiere: “Rxx,” by Eros and the Eschaton

Eros and the Eschaton was formed by Kate Perdoni and Adam Hawkins in North Carolina in 2012. Their early, bedroom-recorded  more
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