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Three Small Tweeds
From 1954 through '59, the Fender Electric Instrument Mfg. Co. built guitar amplifiers with controls mounted atop using "chickenhead" knobs that go to 12, and covered with "the finest airplane luggage linen." This line represents the company's classic "tweed era," and from the diminutive Champ to the mighty Twin, it remained virtually unchanged throughout the period. Click to read more
Hall of Fame Nominations
For nearly 20 years, the Vintage Guitar Hall of Fame has been honoring the players, innovators, and instruments that have made a difference in the history of the guitar. Who and what goes into the Hall has always been determined by the readers of VG.
Nominate and you also have a chance to win one of two D'Addario prize packages. Click to Nominate
Vintage Guitar on YouTube
Check out the Vintage Guitar magazine channel on YouTube.com. Each month, we add videos that feature some of the artists and gear from the issue, PLUS original content where some of your favorite artists talk about their road gear! Also, check out Will Kelly's demos of the cool DIY devices he builds in his VG columns. Subscribe to our page and you will be notified immediately of new content! Click to View
Lipe Guitars Maestro
Mike Lipe has a wall of gold records. Why? Not because he's a musical star, but because he's a star to the stars. A former top builder at Ibanez, his creations have helped Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Andy Timmons, and many others become luminaries on the instrument. Now on his own, Lipe is producing a line of hand-built instruments. Click to read more