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Monthly Archives: February 2002

R.L. Burnside – Mr. Wizard & Acoustic Stories

R.L. Burnside plays guitar like the world is coming to an end. His electric sounds follow in the boogie-drone style of John Lee...

Carvin AE-185

Our movable feast of musical gear begins this month with an offering from the folks as California's Carvin Musical Instruments: the semi-hollow, acoustic-electric, 6-string...

Joe Beck and Ali Ryerson – Alto

We start this month with a very cool album. It features Joe Beck on alto guitar (three pairs of strings in three separate...

Coco Schumann – 50 Years in Jazz

German jazz guitarist Coco Schumann came of age in the generation following the breakthrough jazz recordings of Django Reinhardt and much of his own...

Scotty Moore/D.J. Fontana – and Various Others

Here's a CD featuring a couple of members of Elvis' original band - the legendary Scotty Moore on guitar and drummer D.J. Fontana -...

Dave Amato

Joining an established rock act like REO Speedwagon might be the dream of many a Vintage Guitar reader, but such was exactly...

Jellyroll – Hep Cats Holiday

Jump blues are like licorice: if you like it, you can't get enough. Jellyroll satisfies the craving with a cool selection of 12...

John Abercrombie – Open Land

Guitarist John Abercrombie is one of the creators of the ECM Sound, and his new album is quintessential Abercrombie/ECM. If you arrived late, ECM Records...

Duke Robillard – New Blues for Modern Man

There have always been Big Sticks in Louisville, Kentucky. In the world of vintage guitars, there's Jimmy Brown's Guitar Emporium. Guitarist Jimmy...

Dan Armstrong Design

This installment will focus on the famous Dan Armstrong line of guitars and basses. These instruments were introduced to the market in 1960 as the...
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