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Nancy Wright

The ubiquitous saxophonist of the San Francisco blues scene for 30 years, Nancy Wright finally stepped to the fore and released her solo debut...

Greg Lake

Bassist/vocalist Greg Lake, a force in the advent of progressive rock in the early 1970s with Emerson, Lake and Palmer (ELP), died December 7 following...

MIM Hosts Stephen Stills and Ushers in Dragons and Vines Exhibition

On November 5th, Phoenix, Arizona’s Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) celebrated the opening of their newest exhibition, “Dragons and Vines: Inlaid Guitar Masterpieces.” Curators teamed...

Strobel Rambler Travel Bass

As a rule, travel guitars and basses are intended to help one keep up their chops while on the road for work or vacation....

Mack Atomsmasher DB-40

What do you get when you have a rockin’ pair of 12AX7 tubes and a pair of EL34 power tubes? You get the tonal...

Jim Kelley Reverb Model

Jim Kelley began making his highly acclaimed guitar amplifiers 1978. His big revelation came while he was still doing mods and repairs. A customer...

Full Dozen, Semi-Hollow

To complement our February 2016 issue survey of the semi-hollow electric guitar, we tested 12 examples of the form as it exists today. Plus,...

Tom Feldmann: Son House – “Death Letter Blues” Riff

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBwGoVD4eyI] Tom Feldmann: Son House - “Death Letter Blues” Riff Using his concert-sized 1930s Stella Decalcomania with mother-of-toilet-seat (MOTS) fretboard, Tom Feldmann shows you how...

Ray Cummins – Guitar Tutorial #3

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkeAHKu5JrA&w=560&h=315] Ray Cummins - Guitar Tutorial #3 For his latest tutorial, Ray Cummins plays his Gibson Country Gentleman plugged into a late-'80s Boss DD 2 delay and...

Pat Metheny

Despite his 20 Grammy awards and crossover popularity, with loyal fans dating back 40 years, Pat Metheny’s career path should read “Do not try...
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