Corb Lund’s (Acoustic) Roots Rock!
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by Vintage Guitar
5d ago
Low-key in the living room Corb Lund rescued his ’80s Kramer Ferrington from a hair ballad so he could use it to play this exclusive take on “Out On A Limb” from his new album, “El Viejo.” He’s plugged into an early-’80s Fender (Paul Rivera era) Champ 2. “Rivera is my favorite amp guy ever,” […] The post Corb Lund’s (Acoustic) Roots Rock! first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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Morley Set to Reissue PWF1 Power Wah Fuzz in Tribute to Cliff Burton
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by Ward Meeker
1w ago
In tribute to the late Cliff Burton, Morley is reissuing and modernizing its PWF1 Power Wah Fuzz pedal with switchless activation – just step on the treadle to activate, step off to bypass. Still employing the original’s potentiometer-less electro-optical design, its effect also starts at the more-desirable lower end of its sweep and has a […] The post Morley Set to Reissue PWF1 Power Wah Fuzz in Tribute to Cliff Burton first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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Have Guitar Will Travel 091 – Kenny Vaughan
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by James Patrick Regan
2w ago
In Episode 91 of “Have Guitar Will Travel”, host James Patrick Regan circles back with Kenny Vaughan, guitarist in Marty Stuart’s Fabulous Superlatives. Kenny talks about how he started playing thanks in part to his dad’s love of jazz, then later studying with Bill Frisell. They also chat about how Kenny met Marty, how they […] The post Have Guitar Will Travel 091 – Kenny Vaughan first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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Tonechaser – Understanding Edward: My 26-Year Journey with Edward Van Halen
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by Bret Adams
2w ago
Imagine having Edward Van Halen at your house, playing new Van Halen songs or listening to no-vocals cassettes of in-progress albums in EVH’s cigarette-smoke-filled car. How about jamming with the guitar icon? It all happened to veteran music journalist Steve Rosen. This intensely personal book isn’t an EVH biography, though it started that way. Rosen […] The post Tonechaser – Understanding Edward: My 26-Year Journey with Edward Van Halen first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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Crown Lands
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by Pete Prown
2w ago
This Canadian duo doesn’t disguise its Rush fanaticism. The obvious parallel is Greta Van Fleet, and what that quartet did for Led Zeppelin, Crown Lands does for Rush. On the 18-minute “Starlifter: Fearless Part II,” guitarist/bassist Kevin Comeau and drummer/vocalist Cody Bowles time-travel to the Hemispheres era for a complex, spacey (and quite impressive) suite. […] The post Crown Lands first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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Kiss
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by Bret Adams
2w ago
This 1984 concert is the only known soundboard recording with guitarist Mark St. John, whose tenure is one of the briefest chapters in Kisstory. St. John played on Animalize then developed a sudden case of arthritis and had to depart the group. On these live tracks, his style blends bursts of ’80s shredding, whammy bar […] The post Kiss first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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Arlen Roth & Jerry Jemmott
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by Dan Forte
2w ago
Roth is well-known for his “Hot Licks” instructional videos and method books. But his career is far from academic, having toured and recorded with Bob Dylan, Duane Eddy, and John Sebastian, devoted albums to the music of Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, and the Rolling Stones, and reeled in the likes of Steve Cropper, Albert Lee, […] The post Arlen Roth & Jerry Jemmott first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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Tommy Emmanuel
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by Rich Kienzle
2w ago
On this rich, diverse collection of duets, Emmanuel and Billy Strings get right to it with an exuberant medley of Doc Watson’s “Doc’s Guitar/Black Mountain Rag.” Emmanuel’s free-flowing fingerstyle kicks things off, followed by Strings and his flawless flatpicking. He and Mavericks vocalist Raul Malo create a nuanced, reflective, rendition of the pop ballad “Faraway […] The post Tommy Emmanuel first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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King’s X
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by Pete Prown
2w ago
Absurdly talented – and eternally misunderstood – King’s X was always on the cusp of stardom. This box set with bonus tracks deftly documents their blend of Beatlesque pop, Rush-like progressive, proto-grunge, and Christian themes showcasing frontman/bassist Doug Pinnick and drop-D maven Ty Tabor. King’s X’s early albums are FM classics; listen to “Goldilox” for […] The post King’s X first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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Cash Box Kings
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by Rich Kienzle
2w ago
For two decades, the Cash Box Kings have stood apart from the multitudes of “blues bands” that focus on bar-band rock, not actual blues. Inspired by the 1940s-’60s Chicago sounds of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, and Little Walter, the Kings stay true to the roots, even on original tunes. Singer/harmonica player Joe Nosek, vocalist Oscar […] The post Cash Box Kings first appeared on Vintage Guitar® magazine ..read more
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