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Monthly Archives: February 2003

Fender Bass VI

Fender broke new musical ground in late 1951 with the introduction of the Precision Bass. This archetype of amplified music's bottom-end set the...

Fender Bass VI

Fender broke new musical ground in late 1951 with the introduction of the Precision Bass. This archetype of amplified music's bottom-end set the...

Reverend Avenger

Our first entry this month is a new line of instruments, Reverend Guitars, from veteran inventor Joe Naylor, a graduate of the Roberto-Venn School...

David Grissom and David Holt

When Austinites entertain music-loving friends from out of town the typical question is, "Who should we go see while we're here?" And in...

Chet Atkins – Me and My Guitars

Chet Atkins has a deserved reputation as a great gui-tar player and all-around nice guy. So it's a pleasure to see a book...

The Jimmy Bruno Group – Midnight Blue

I dunno... sometimes it seems silly to review things like this. Everyone who follows jazz guitar knows Jimmy Bruno is a knock-down monster...

Steve Trovato – About Time

Yikes! Talk about your chops, Steve Trovato's got 'em. Known best on the West Coast as an instructor (Studio Jazz Guitar at...

Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers – Beyond The Source

There is no group more dedicated to the blues idiom then Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers. And they are a group. ...

J.J. Cale – Live

J.J. Cale is one of rock's greatest guitarists, and would probably be recognized as such if his six-string abilities weren't so overshadowed by his...

Fender Telecaster, Part II

Given the simplicity of its design, it's truly remarkable how much staying power the revolutionary Telecaster has exhibited in the half-century since its introduction....
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