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Monthly Archives: June 2003

Gibson Post-WWII

Introduction In its first 40 years of corporate rule, Orville Gibson's lutherie developed into a manufacturing giant, expanding to meet the needs of mandolin orchestras...

Preston Shannon – All In Time

I admit I'm a fool for soul music. Why? Because there is no such thing as a mediocre soul singer. They...

Tal Farlow – The Legendary Guitar of Tal Farlow Video

Tal Farlow is a legend to any Jazz fan. He was the guitar player in the Fifties before Wes became king. He's...

Gibson Les Paul Jr.

What's All This Excitement About Les Paul Juniors? First it was PAF-equipped Les Pauls, then dot-neck 335s. You know, all the really expensive, elitist...

Breedlove C25 and Custom XII

Breedlove Guitar Company is a small, independent gui-tar and mandolin builder in Oregon's high desert region east of the Cascade Mountains. Started in 1990 by...

Compiled by Ben Valkoff – Eyewitness: The Illustrated Jimi Hendrix Concerts

The second volume reviewing Hendrix concerts, this one covering the tumultuous period of '68, when Hendrix worked through a relentless schedule of touring and...

Corey Christiansen – Essential Jazz Lines: The Style of Charlie Parker

Looking for a key to unlock your jazz solos or comping? Essential Jazz Lines: The Style of Charlie Parker offers fine entries to...

June 2003

FEATURES CHIP TAYLOR From the Troggs to Texas As a songwriter, his greatest success story is “Wild Thing,” one of the most covered songs of all...
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