Monthly Archives: February 2007

Jeff Babicz Acute model

Writing about new gear is a problematic situation when you're called Vintage Guitar magazine. Fortunately, most of the gear we review is based on...

Rick Nielsen

One of the godfathers of the vintage guitar phenomenon, Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen was in an ebullient mood when he contacted VG... and...

The Domino Kings – Some Kind of Sign

Despite personnel changes, The Domino Kings continue to offer some of the finest traditional country music you'll hear. Stevie Newman, Les Gallier, and Richie...

The Gibson Brothers – Red Letter Day

Not a lot of bluegrass musicians hail from New York; there's Dr. Banjo (Peter Wernick) and Mr. Mandolin (David Grisman), but after them the...

Geezer Butler

Known for holding down the low-end for Black Sabbath, Terence "Geezer" Butler is usually busy with his band GZR whenever the Sabs go into...

Davie Allan & the Arrows – Apache ’65, Blues Theme, & Cycle-Delic Sounds

Arriving just after instrumental surf music was dealt a knockout punch by the British Invasion, Davie Allan survived against all odds, providing numerous soundtracks...

Robert Cray – Twenty

Once every couple of years, Cray puts out a well-crafted record with fine writing, guitar solos that ooze soul, and vocals that rank with...

Drive By Truckers – The Dirty South

I confess, these good ol' boys have become one of my favorite rock and roll bands. There double-disc opus, Southern Rock Opera ,...

Chicago Blues Box Kingston 18

The latest creation from Dan Butler, of the Chicago-based Butler Custom Sound, is the Kingston. Available in 18- and 30-watt configurations, the Kingston is...

David Lindley

If David Lindley played just one of the stringed instruments in his arsenal, and concentrated on just one of the styles he has mastered...
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