Monthly Archives: December 2001

Reggie Young

Reggie Young is one of the most recorded guitarists in history. His tasty style has opened doors for him to play onstage and...

Jack Jezzro – Jazz Elegance

Jack is a unique figure. He plays bass with the Nashville String Machine, a group of studio musicians who have played with everyone...

Scott Holt – Angels in Exile

Scott Holt isn't exactly a newcomer to the music buzz. He served in Buddy Guy's band for 10 years and, not surprisingly, calls...

Gibson 1958-’60 Les Paul Standard

One Thousand, Seven Hundred and Twelve. To the uninformed, 1,712 is simply a number. But in guitardom, it's arguably the number. After all, 1,712 is...

Gibson 1958-’60 Les Paul Standard

One Thousand, Seven Hundred and Twelve. That's the number of Les Paul Standards Gibson produced between 1958 and 1960. Amongst guitar collectors, it means there aren't...

Dave Hole – Outside Looking In

Dave Hole's new album is a firebreathing slide extravaganza. Armed with a '72 Gibson ES-345, Hole returns to his fat, bluesy guitar tone. Backed...

Rev. Gary Davis – Live At Newport

A truly unique figure in American folk music, the late Rev. Gary Davis was a blind Baptist preacher from South Carolina who sang on...

Robin Trower

<img class="size-full" src="/wp-content/uploads/2075/72.jpg" alt="Trancendental Blues " title="Trancendental Blues " /> A bonafide British rock guitar great, Robin Trower needs little introduction. His career began in the...

Doc Watson – At Gerdes Folk City

Imagine young Athel "Doc" Watson taking his first long bus ride up from Tennessee, stepping off a Greyhound into the teeming clamor of NYC's...

Line 6 DM4, DL4, and MM4

In an addendum to its well-known line of guitar and bass PODs, combo amps, and amp/cab stacks, the Line 6 company recently launched four...
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