Monthly Archives: September 2002

Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks – The Most of…

For most of my generation, Dan Hicks was our first exposure to swing music that was anywhere near cool enough to be palatable. ...

Paul Reed Smith Guitars

Just after we entered the small, crowded office, the door burst open and an intruder blurted out, "Excuse me. Check this out. ...

Paul Reed Smith Guitars

Just after we entered the small, crowded office, the door burst open and an intruder blurted out, "Excuse me. Check this out. ...

The Meters – Trick Bag

Sundazed has done it again. This particular release is only one in a large series of CDs released by this fine band. ...

Antique Guitar Amps 1928-1934

The influence and restraints of technology on amplifying the guitar Let's pretend for a moment that former Gibson historian Julius Bellson misinterpreted stories of Lloyd...

Antique Guitar Amps 1928-1934

The influence and restraints of technology on amplifying the guitar Let's pretend for a moment that former Gibson historian Julius Bellson misinterpreted stories of Lloyd...

Chet Atkins – Ten Different CDs

This is the kind of thing that really excites me. One Way has taken 20 Chet Atkins albums from the early '60s through...

Motorhead – Hammered

In these uncertain times, thank goodness for reassuring constants: mom's home-cooked meals warming the belly, the Red Sox not winning a World Series... and...

Supro Guitars and Amplifiers Part I

Some of the earliest electric guitars, amps-in-cases, pickups under the bridge, fiberglass guitars, built-in electronic vibratos. Sound curious enough for you? The...

Supro Guitars and Amplifiers Part I

Some of the earliest electric guitars, amps-in-cases, pickups under the bridge, fiberglass guitars, built-in electronic vibratos. Sound curious enough for you? The...
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