Monthly Archives: March 2003

Kenny Burrell – Lucky So and So

Here's the latest from a true legend. Kenny's been doing it for so long, and doing it as well as or better than...

Larry Carlton/Steve Lukather – No Substitutions

I don't really know what to say about this one. It's just a good, old-fashioned jam by a couple of great guitarists. ...

The Byrds – The Byrds Play Bob Dylan

If it wasn't for the Byrds, Bob Dylan might never have become the musical icon he is. They were the earliest to re-cast...

The Acoustic

In the late '60s, when Domino guitars were fading away, tube amplifiers were out of vogue. Old technology, man! Cool bands played...

The Acoustic

In the late '60s, when Domino guitars were fading away, tube amplifiers were out of vogue. Old technology, man! Cool bands played...

Bad Cat Hot Cat

With a name like Bad Cat and a product pedigree that includes Matchless, our expectations for this new amp line were quite high. ...

Aerosmith

Aerosmith was formed in the summer of 1970 in Sunapee, New Hampshire, when Jam Band bassist Tom Hamilton and guitarist Joe Perry got together...

Chicago – Chicago I, Chicago II, Chicago III

I hear all you naysayers. You're going, "Wait. This is a guitar mag, and you're reviewing three albums by a lame pop...

Fender Clapton and Beck Strats

Fender's Signature line of Strats and Teles have always been of great interest to guitar players, and are now even more so since they've...

Carl Verheyen – Solo Guitar Improvisations

I guess Carl is mostly known for his soaring electric work that shows off terrific chops and great compositional skills. Here, things are...
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