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Monthly Archives: May 2002

Morley Sapphire Flanger

Morley's Sapphire Flanger is a cute little box driven by wallwart or 9-volt battery. The box itself is a bit clunky and odd,...

Jon Butcher

Veteran guitarist Jon Butcher is changin' with the times. Interviewed in Vintage Guitar's October '95 issue, he was at the time recording, performing,...

Mathew Ryan – Concussion

I'm a big fan of un-slick, direct acoustic music. Mathew Ryan's Concussion is just that - country music in the mold of Steve...

The History of Hamer, Part One

"We didn't quite get it," explains company cofounder Jol Dantzig, discussing the birth of Hamer Guitars. "It was kind of a mistake. ...

Muddy Waters & Big Bill Morganfield – Rollin’ Stone: The Golden Anniversary Collection &

These two CDs mark two generations of bluesmen covering the roots and the future of the blues. McKinley Morganfield, better known by his...

G&L SC-2

When is a Tele not a Tele? Well, when it's a Leo Fender-made SC-2, among other things. This is a neat guitar...

G&L SC-2

When is a Tele not a Tele? Well, when it's a Leo Fender-made SC-2, among other things. This is a neat guitar...

Kim Wilson – Smokin’ Joint

This CD, recorded over a two-year period, spotlights the world class work of the legendary T-Birds frontman, but of interest to the readers of...

Steve Howe

In our preliminary discussion with respected British guitarist Steve Howe prior to going "on the record," the interviewer noted that the main focus of...

Wilco – Being There

I really didn't think this kind of band and album existed anymore. Or at least, they sure seem few and far apart. ...
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