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!!
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