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Monthly Archives: December 2002

Yamaha DG Stomp

It's always been a struggle for home recordists to capture a good guitar tone on tape or hard disk. Yamaha, however, wants to...

Dick Dale – Better Shred than Dead: The Dick Dale Anthology

Well, what needs to be said about this? The King of the Surf Guitar at his finest. This covers 1959 to 1996...

Paul Stanley and Ace Frehley

Paul Stanley Paul Stanley shakes his groomed mane, peering into the sea of smiling facing as he rises from the smoke and shadows to strike...

Creedence Clearwater Revival – Boxed Set

This arrived just in time for me to program "Graveyard Train" to play over and over on Halloween, scaring (or at least bewildering) unsuspecting...

Alamo Guitars and Amps: Remember the Alamo

This month we wrap up our saga of the Alamo by picking up with the new guitar line offered in 1965. Alamo, as you recall,...

Elliot Easton

Last month, former Cars guitarist Elliot Easton conversed with Vintage Guitar about his experiences prior to the formation of the platinum-selling quintet that cruised...

David Grisman and Doc Watson – Doc and Dawg

Let's face it. If David Grisman's name is attached, and it's put out by his label, it's going to be a great listen....

Dr. Harmonica and Rocket 88 – Swingin’ Easy Live

Yow! Dr. Harmonica (Mark Kenneally) and the boys swing, jump, shuffle, and do everything in between on this wonderful live effort. You'll...

Frank Frost with Sam Carr and Frank Frost – Keep Yourself Together and Jelly...

X Frank Frost's two recent CDs are time machines, transporting you to a hot, sweaty night in a Mississippi Delta juke joint. Frost...

Jim Marshall

When it comes to guitar amplifiers, two names stand tall beyond the others: Leo Fender and Jim Marshall. Even "civilians" recognize these names....
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