Ken Swartz and Chris Mulé
Watch Ken Swartz and Chris Mulé dig into some deep-blues tunes by Mississippi John Hurt and Sleepy John Estes. Ken’s using his ’65 Fender Musicmaster II through a ’65 Fender Super Reverb, while Chris’ ’71 Gibson ES-335 and ’58 National archtop are plugged into a ’68 Fender Bronco. Read our review of “Smile Away the Blues,” the new album by Ken and his band, Palace of Sin, in the January issue of Vintage Guitar. READ NOW!!
2017 HOLIDAY BUYERS’ GUIDE
The Grez Guitars Mendocino is a 5 pound, 13.25″ semi-hollowbody guitar with the acoustic voice of a full size semi-hollowbody. It features a reclaimed Redwood top from an 800-year-old storm-downed tree, a Honduran mahogany body and neck with Lollar Gold Foil or Humbucker pickups and a custom stainless steel tailpiece. In stock at www.grezguitars.com