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Monthly Archives: May 2001

Antonio de Torres

To date, I have covered most of the major schools of guitar construction/design, and some of their contributions to the evolution of the gut/nylon-string...

Luther Allison

It's Friday the 13th, but Luther Allison ain't feeling superstitious. Halfway through a four-hour set in Minneapolis, he rolls into a rollicking version...

Roy Clark

Legendary multi-instrumentalist Roy Clark has owned a number of the first "consumer items" listed in this article's subtitle, and he collects the latter two....

Larry Carlton

Face it. If you're a guitarist and listened to any music in the past 30 years, you've been influenced by Larry Carlton. ...

John Fogerty

John Fogerty's music has always been unique. As a singer, songwriter, and guitarist that has been in the international spotlight since the late...

Danny Gatton

The reality is obvious to any aspiring musi-cian, especially when another gig's not guaranteed: compromise adds zeroes to paychecks. But anyone who saw Danny Gatton...

C.C. DeVille

One of the most anticipated rock shows of the summer of '99 was the Poison reunion tour, which brought back together singer Bret Michaels,...

Bob Bain

Photo courtesy of Bob Bain. Bob Bain and Lynn Murray work on a track in the studio in the 1960s. Murray, a...

Carvin Factory Tour

Imagine a company that builds 600 high-quality guitars and basses per month, with a normal backorder count of 700. "Well, that's okay..." some...

Travis Bean Interview

"Bean is Back!" proclaimed the signs at a recent California guitar show. Indeed, Travis Bean, builder of the short-lived-but-legendary '70s instruments that...
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