Quantcast
Tags Features

Tag: features

Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn, who turned 84 this year, first became famous for her plain-spoken, proudly twangy hits in the ’60s and ’70s, many of the...

Bonnie Raitt

The adjective “smooth” can sometimes get a bad rep, but as the new album by Bonnie Raitt readily shows, it can be a good...

Robert Mugge

In 1991, Robert Mugge made the documentary Deep Blues, with the help of journalist Robert Palmer, who wrote the book of the same name,...

Steve Dawson

Steve Dawson shines as a session player and producer supporting other artists’ work. But when he hides away in his own studio and cuts...

Bad Company

Thanks to advances in audio tweaking, studio engineers can now take 40-year-old concert tapes and make them sound thrilling. Case in point, Bad Company’s...

The Oud

If Beatles guitarist George Harrison had used an oud instead of a sitar to give “Norwegian Wood” its distinct sound, the name Munir Bashir...

Sigma by Martin

Long overlooked and relegated to an obscure corner of the collectible market, Sigma by Martin guitars have recently gained popularity among a new generation...

The Coulter Company

The eye-catching and technologically innovative stringed instruments created by Frank Evans Coulter in the early 20th century are so exceedingly scarce that few guitar...

Gibson J-35

Dreadnought guitars originated as early as 1916 with instruments made by Martin and distributed by Ditson, followed in 1931 with guitars sold by Martin...

1986 Dumble Overdrive Special

The exalted amps of Alexander Dumble have been legendary since he began building in the late ’60s, and have become more so over the...
Close [x]