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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...

Blackmore’s Best

To help denote the 45th anniversary of the release of Machine Head, we asked subscribers to Vintage Guitar’s electronic newsletter, “What are your three...

The Peoples’ Guitar

Many aren’t aware that some of the archtop guitars Gibson produced during the Depression were marketed under different brand names, including Kalamazoo, Recording King,...

Tom Feldmann’s Beginner Fingerpicking – Lesson 2

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LC2w7F2x_PM&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...

Tom Feldmann’s Beginner Fingerpicking – Lesson 1

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEnDKfxErko&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...

Tom Teaches the Blues!

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIUlq_CbEKc] 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...

The Fender Stratocaster

In 1953, Leo Fender started planning a new standard guitar – the Stratocaster. His partner, Don Randall, who headed Fender Sales, Inc., came up...

VG Newsletter List

››› VG newsletters keep you up-to-date on your favorite gear and the players who use it, and include the latest on exclusive contests and...

Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’

Meeting the demand for fans hankering for two titans of the blues to finally make an album together, Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ have...

Various Artists

Amidst the torrent of modern-country anthems praising pickup trucks, beer, bros, and sweet things in tight jeans gushing out of Nashville these days, there’s...
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