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April 2002

 

FEATURES

Guitars With Guts
Red Dworkus Meets Pyth-agoras A mythical account of a certain night many moons ago. The characters may be fictitious, but the schooling is real. By R.E. Bruné

The Different Strummer
Carvin Guitars: Nifty ’50s and Swinging ’60s A fresh look at the venerable guitar company that has been around for 50 years, making interesting and beautiful guitars. Yet its name rarely leaps to the lips when guitarheads speak of vintage builders. By Michael Wright

Peter Rowan
His career mirrors the times he has lived through. From bluegrass purist to avant-garde rock experimenter and back, he is best known for his songwriting and collaborations with Jerry Garcia and David Grisman. By Steven Stone

Buck Dharma
Steinbergers and Stilts Entertainment “comebacks” usually aren’t. But Blue Oyster Cult, which stormed into the hard rock limelight in the early ’70s, is producing modern albums that are just as listenable as its “classic” records. By Willie G. Moseley

Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown
Boogie Maestro, Larger Than Life The 77-year-old multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire is an international icon. For 50 years, “Gate” has been cooking his own gumbo of music, releasing albums that crisscross the boundaries of the American roots scene. By Arlene R. Weiss

Lenny Kravitz
Digs In Deep Since his debut in 1989, he has established an authentic retro sound by employing the classic tones of fine vintage instruments played through old Marshall, Fender, and Vox amps, all of which energize his music. By Lisa Sharken

Jimmy Crespo
Rock Journeyman His career spans three decades, from a five-year stint with Aerosmith to Rod Stewart’s ’96 world tour. He has also gigged and/or recorded with Bernie Taupin, Stevie Nicks, Julian Lennon, Billy Squire, and a host of others. By Tom Guerra

Country Music Hall of Fame
New Location, Expanded Displays Its new building displays three times the memorabilia and has more interactive displays. Still, what you see is just the tip of the iceberg concerning the museum’s inventory. By Willie G. Moseley

George Harrison
Part 2: The Solo Years After the Beatles’ breakup, legions of fans (and skeptics) waited to see if members of the Fab Four could go it alone. And George Harrison wasted no time in showing that he was up to the challenge. By Dan Forte

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COLUMNS

Viewpoints
This Time I Mean It!
By Joey Vallucci

Executive Rock
The Annual Summer
Veterans Parade
By Willie G. Moseley

Q&A With George Gruhn
A 1930s Gibson Quizfest

FretPrints
George Harrison, Part 2
By Wolf Marshall

Gigmeister
Crate GFX212
By Riley Wilson

Little Things
Keeping Track of Your Collection
By Lisa Sharken

TECH

Guitar Shop
A National Neck Swap
By Tony Nobles

Amps
More Headroom From a
Vintage Orange
By Gerald Weber

Pickup Questions
By Seymour Duncan

Ask Gerald
By Gerald Weber

REVIEWS

Vintage Guitar Gear Reviews
Blackbox effects, eMedia Guitar Method, Guyatone PT-21 tuner

Gearin’ Up!
All the latest cool new stuff!

The VG Hit List
Record, Video, and Book Reviews

Spotlight
Recommended Contemporary and Reissue Recordings
By Jim Hilmar

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