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Monthly Archives: June 2007

Pete McCann – Most Folks

Pete McCann is not one of those jazz guitarists who can be placed in a column and left there. For instance, the title cut...

Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives – Souls’ Chapel

Marty Stuart evolved from a precocious musical whiz kid into a complicated renaissance man. He's known for his music, colorful personal style, documentary photography,...

Andreas öberg – Solo

Swedish guitarslinger Andreas öberg is a firebrand, playing mainstream jazz and Gypsy jazz with a fury. His style is ultra-modern - fast and driving,...

Peterson VS-S

Peterson Electro-Musical Products may not have invented the strobo-tuner, but since the early 1950s, it has been a major player in the electronics field...

Larry Carlton

The buzz about Fire Wire, the new record by guitar legend Larry Carlton, was that he was going to rock more than he had...

Roger Mayer

In the early 1960s, a young Research Laboratory engineer named Roger Mayer filled his "spare time" hanging out with a jaw-dropping collection of up-and-comers...

Reverend Rick Vito

Reverend Musical Instruments head honcho Joe Naylor began playing guitar in 1982, graduated from the Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery, started and ran an amp-building...

PRS Modern Eagle and SE Soapbar II

Gee, I have to review two Paul Reed Smith guitars today... I know - it's a tough job, but somebody's gotta do it. Today's...

June 2007

FEATURES RICH ROBINSON Back on the Wing As the co-founder of the Black Crowes preps a new album, we speak with him about the band, its classic...
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