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Rick Nielsen

...: To the probable amazement of many fans, the album recorded by Fuse (a pre-Cheap Trick band in the late ’60s that included Nielsen and bassist Tom Petersson) has been released on CD. Rick Nielsen: Well, we recorded it about a hundred years ago (chuckles); I knew it was out on CD, but hadn’t seen it until my mailman asked me to sign a copy of it. As I signed it, I realized there were some liner notes on the inside of the booklet, so I read those....

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Tom Petty and Mike Campbell

...sponse, especially to the new tracks? Yeah, it’s been insane. In fact, over-the-top great. You’ve said that this could well be your last big tour, is that right? Well, I think that has been exaggerated… I think I said that in a very tired moment one day, and it’s become something that’s hounded me all year (laughs)! But no, I don’t think it’s the last tour. I think it’s the last one for a while, simply because there’s a lot of recording projects I...

Full Dozen, Semi-Hollow

...r Rotomatic Mini tuners and a licensed Bigsby B5 vibrato with a roller tune-o-matic-style bridge. Electronics include a custom-wound covered humbucker in the bridge position, a custom-wound covered vintage-spec single-coil Tele-style pickup in the neck position, both mated to a three-way toggle and individual Volume and Tone controls. Stylistically, the Gordo has a cool 1970s Fender Starcaster-meets-Tele-Thinline vibe, with its large six-in-line h...

Keith Richards Set to Reissue “Talk Is Cheap”

...ayback invite, tour guitar pick and 2x posters – Housed in a folio pack wrapped in Fender guitar case material Super Deluxe box set – Limited & Numbered – All content matches the Deluxe Box set – a one-of-a-kind casing replicating Keith’s favourite Fender guitar, ‘Micawber’ – hand-reliced ash wood with original Fender guitar elements, handmande at the Fender Custom Shop in California...

Cheap Trick – Budokan 30th Anniversary

...! You can enjoy more of Rick’s licks and awesome axes in this massive three-CD and 5.1-mixed DVD set of Cheap Trick’s famous 1978 concerts in Japan. Hipper still, Epic is also reissuing the original album in LP form for the growing number of vinyl lovers. So how does Cheap Trick sound 30 years after reigniting the closest thing to Beatlemania? Awesome. These live cuts do a great job reminding us how exciting and refreshing the quartet was in its l...

The History of Hamer, Part One

...heady days of the early ’70s, when Chicago was the breeding ground of soon-to-be-famous rock bands such as REO Speedwagon, Styx, and Cheap Trick. Circa 1970, Dantzig was playing bass in a club band called Heartbreaker. Through a friend, guitarist Gary Gant, Dantzig met another guitar player named Paul Hamer, and the two struck up a friendship. One thing led to another and in ’73 Dantzig and Hamer opened a music store called Northern Prairie Music...

Steve Earle

..., and the M-21 responds to touch with as little effort as my much-played 70-year-old J-35. Speaking of the J-35; it’s the lightest guitar I’ve ever played, and I’ve always assumed that fact has something to do with its sweetness and response. But the M-21 feels equally light and has such a similar response that I had to weigh it on a postal scale. I also grabbed a new Gibson Advanced Jumbo (also with Indian Rosewood back and sides) for comparison....

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