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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Cage the Elephant – Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked

Brothers Brad and Matt Schultz had a rough youth in small-town Kentucky, where music, money and hope were hard to find. Growing up in...

KayKraft Style A

1933 KayKraft Style A. Photo: Michael Wright. Almost any guitar can be viewed in terms of a confluence of influences that produced it, from the...

Doug Fieger

Doug Fieger. Photo by Neil Zlozower. As the 1970s drew to a close, the Knack's "My Sharona" was one of the songs that heralded the...

Reverend Goblin 5-15

Reverend Goblin 5-15. Reverend's Goblin 5-15 is the brainchild of Reverend founder Joe Naylor and Dennis Kager, of Pignose and Ampeg fame. The Goblin was...

The Bridge – Blind Man’s Hill

Singer/guitarist Cris Jacobs and singer/mandolinist Kenny Liner co-write the music for this Baltimore-based band. Jacobs writes songs with inherent soul. Whether slinky funk (like...

Gibson ES-175 Special Wurlitzer

1955 Gibson ES-175 Special Wurlitzer. From Gibson's early years through the 1960s, the company made many custom instruments that mixed and matched specifications from various...

Keith Urban

All photos by Rusty Russell. For a guy born in New Zealand and reared in Australia, Keith Urban certainly knows how to grab the attention...

Tech 21 Trademark 60 and Bronzewood 60

Tech 21 Trademark 60. Tech 21 has long been the purveyor of cool solidstate gear that replicates the sound of tube amps, like the famed...

Robert Bradley – Out of the Wilderness

While Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise deals in styles of music done by many bands - R&B, rock, soul, and jazz - it always brings...

Penco A-15-JD

1975 Penco Model A-15-JD The 1970s is often called "the Copy Era" for the dominating presence and spectacular success of Japanese "copies" of popular American...
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