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Yearly Archives: 2006

Marty Robbins – The Essential Mary Robbins

With a repertoire so extensive and wide-ranging, it would be impossible to track down, let alone list, all the session players backing this country...

Epiphone Riviera

The Epiphone Riviera helped reinvent Epiphone in the 1960s as a modern guitar company whose instruments sported such contemporary features as thinline, semi-hollow, double-cutaway...

Nik Huber Orca

German guitar builder Nik Huber is the latest in his family to continue a 100-year tradition of woodworking. Huber started in the guitar business as...

Greg V

Greg V.'s Tailgate Troubadour is an outstanding album that crawls under your skin and sticks with you. But it wasn't really meant to be. "It...

Popa Chubby – Stealing the Devil’s Guitar

Good ol' Popa Chubby - a.k.a. Ted Horowitz - keeps chuggin' along and making solid records, especially when it comes to guitarslinging. A couple...

Marty Robbins – The Essential Mary Robbins

With a repertoire so extensive and wide-ranging, it would be impossible to track down, let alone list, all the session players backing this country...

December 2006

FEATURES PETER FRAMPTON Fingerprints on the Fretboard(s) The guitarist/vocalist and world-record holder for the most popular live album ever recorded sits down to discuss his new guest-heavy...

The Pixies

In the late 1980s, the Pixies' unique brand of punk, pop, and guitar rock almost singlehandedly created the alternative music movement that flourished in...

Tokai Talbo

For aficionados of copy guitars - replicas of mostly American classics that give U.S. manufacturers apoplectic fits - perhaps no company is more respected...

Electro-Harmonix 16 Second Digital Delay

On several occasions, we've chronicled the story of Electro-Harmonix, from its first heyday in the 1970s, through the '80s, and its resurgence in the...
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Giveaway #165

Enter to win a set of Electro-Harmonix Pedals valued at $480! Slammi Plus - This polyphonic powerhouse flawlessly transposes your pitch in two different directions...
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