Josh Homme, the driving force behind Queens of the Stone Age, sat down with Kyle Gass of Tenacious D for a rare conversation about his guitars and why he doesn't play certain popular axes on the latest episode of 'Guitarings'.

Josh Homme is notoriously secretive when it comes to the particulars of his guitar rig, usually questions about his set up are deflected by a statement about Josh's belief in finding one's own sound. In the latest webisode of the guitar oriented program hosted by Kyle Gass of Tenacious D -- 'Guitarings' -- the QOTSA main-man opened up on the subject a bit, discussing his influences and explaining why you won't catch him playing a Gibson Les Paul or a Fender Stratocaster.

Queens of the Stone Age are currently working on their sixth studio album which is expected at some point in 2012. Earlier this year the band did a small venue tour in support of their reissued 1998 self titled debut, they last performed Labor Day weekend at the PJ20 Festival along with The Strokes and Pearl Jam (of course).