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Parsons/White StringBender

From the origins of country-rock to Jimmy Page, Metallica, and a slew of modern country-pickin’ wizards, the string bender lends unique sounds to any form of music by giving players an “extra hand.”

Tom Feldmann’s Beginner Fingerpicking – Lesson 6

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dq6Yprk6fDc&w=560&h=315] Vintage Guitar is teaming with Collings Guitars and Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop to present an exclusive eight-part series on beginner fingerpicking. Hosted by...

Stromberg Master 400

Considered by many to be the ultimate orchestral rhythm guitar, these very rare instruments are among the most sought-after, and possess a sound epitomized by a power and projection unsurpassed by any other archtop acoustic.

Tom Feldmann’s Beginner Fingerpicking – Lesson 5

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ob1x8Sc7Pvg] Vintage Guitar is teaming with Collings Guitars and Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop to present an exclusive eight-part series on beginner fingerpicking. Hosted by...

Tom Feldmann’s Beginner Fingerpicking – Lesson 4

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7ClyZy8b7U] Vintage Guitar is teaming with Collings Guitars and Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop to present an exclusive eight-part series on beginner fingerpicking. Hosted by...

Peter Stroud Keeps His Feet, and Keeps Movin’

He has played with Dreams So Real, Pete Droge, Don Henley, and Sheryl Crow. It’s the latter gig that occupies his playing time these days, while much of his “down” time is spent building amplifiers.

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Tom Feldmann’s Beginner Fingerpicking – Lesson 3

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boSN2TZEnsU&w=560&h=315] Vintage Guitar is teaming with Collings Guitars and Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop to present an exclusive eight-part series on beginner fingerpicking. Hosted by...

A.J.’s 1950 Fender Broadcaster

In 1950, A.J. Custer traded his triple-neck steel for a white-guard Broadcaster. Total cost was around $300, which he paid in $10 installments over three years. Fifty years later, we tell the story.

Epiphone Crestwood

Gibson’s acquisition of Epiphone in 1957 presented a tremendous challenge to guitar designers and marketers at the company. One challenge was to design a...
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