Monthly Archives: April 2002

Steve Khan – Got My Mental

Khan's been around for awhile. He's made some great albums as a solo artist, dating back to the '70s. He also served...

Lee Ritenour

Lee Ritenour has forged a path as a preeminent session player in the kaleidoscopic Los Angeles studio scene, and a respected solo player. ...

The Who – BBC Sessions

Let's face it; The Who deserves to be mentioned in the same breath with the Beatles and the Stones. Yes, you'll like one...

Veleno Guitars

Throughout the years luthiers have built guitars out of a lot of exotic materials, from Torres' paper mache acoustics to Danelectro's masonite to Dan...

Veleno Guitars

Throughout the years luthiers have built guitars out of a lot of exotic materials, from Torres' paper mache acoustics to Danelectro's masonite to Dan...

Jim Weider and the Honky Tonk Gurus – Big Foot

Okay, the only words I can use to describe my reaction to this record are "blown away." Weider, as some of you probably...

Anthony Wilson – Adult Themes

Here's the third album from guitarist, arranger, and leader of his own big band, Anthony Wilson. He's young, but he definitely can look...

Brent Mason – Hot Wired

Some of you know Brent Mason because he's one of the most-heard guitarists in the world. A mainstay on the Nashville scene, he...

Larrivée D-03E

Not all great values are old instru-ments. For you newcomers, in this column we focus on musi-cal gear that presents extraordinary "bang for...

April 2002

FEATURES Guitars With Guts Red Dworkus Meets Pyth-agoras A mythical account of a certain night many moons ago. The characters may be fictitious, but the schooling...
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