Issue Archive

Issue Archive

June 2008

FEATURES STEVE WINWOOD Voice of a Guitar Great One of rock’s greatest keyboard players, he also possesses one of the great singing voices in the genre. But...

May 2008

FEATURES DAVE AMATO Collect ’Em and Smile His first guitar was a Harmony, and now the Boston-born guitarist has served REO Speedwagon for 19 years – a...

April 2008

FEATURES MICK TAYLOR Shedding Light on the Genius As young musicians in the U.K. began to channel American blues in the ’60s, guitarists emerged with names like...

March 2008

FEATURES JOHN SHANKS Six-String, Sound Maker He grew up in a house where music was a constant and “show business” paid the bills. His career a producer/songwriter...

February 2008

FEATURES JOHN PORTER A Life in Guitar: Producing, Picking, Collecting Player, producer, unabashed guitar enthusiast and astute collector, his professional credits are diverse and voluminous and include...

January 2008

FEATURES IN DETAIL The 1958-’62 Gibson ES-335TD A true benchmark, the first semi-hollowbody was the result of inspiration derived from the willingness to listen to players while...

December 2007

FEATURES ST. BLUES GUITARS Then and Now St. Blues is the epitome of a brand with a unique niche in guitar lore. Born in a Memphis music...

November 2007

FEATURES 50 YEARS OF VOX Any design that remains the kid to beat for 50 years deserves its own chapter in the annals of tone. Mention...

October 2007

FEATURES Robben Ford The One and Only These days, young guitar phenoms are promoted more for their age than their playing. The early work of Robben Ford...

September 2007

FEATURES GARY MOORE Still Got the Blues - Again! His style is as distinct and identifiable as his career is varied. After rocking (with Thin Lizzy and...
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