Monthly Archives: August 2002

J.W. Black and Albert Molinaro – The Fender Bass: An Illustrated History

Bass players have always been somewhat taken for granted. It's almost as if they didn't have to be good, merely profi-cient, for the...

Juke 1210

Amp purists may have a tough time dealing with Warbler/Juke's 1210. Until they hear it! The 1210 is unique both for its 2x10/1x12 speaker...

Hillbilly Idol

I love this record. You don't really think of great country music as coming out of Cleveland, but this would be the exception...

Lee Ranaldo

Sonic Youth was one of the most unlikely success stories of underground American rock in the 1980s. And while success and longevity probably...

Nick Lowe – Dig My Mood

It's extremely tempting to start this review with something like..."I knew Nick Lowe when he used to rock and roll...," but I won't because...

Audiovox and Serenader Amps

We dedicate this month's column to the "legendary" Seattle line. Having never had the opportunity to play through one or take one apart,...

Audiovox and Serenader Amps

We dedicate this month's column to the "legendary" Seattle line. Having never had the opportunity to play through one or take one apart,...

August 2002

FEATURES Three Sevens, Revisited Gibson’s L-7C, L-7P, and L-12 Introduced in 1948 as the cutaway version of the successful L-7, it set the course for fancier...
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