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Recording King Recording King Guitars In order to fully realize your potential as a guitar player, the instrument you’re playing on should be crafted with meticulous attention to even the smallest detail. And it’s for that exact reason that Recording King has remained a go-to choice amongst amateur and professional musicians since Today, Recording King has earned a place in American music history as one of the most trusted acoustic instrument companies Whether you’re a beginner who’s looking for a solidly built acoustic dreadnought, or a professional who’s in need of an acoustic-electric for the festival circuit, you can bet that Recording King has what you’re looking for. In fact, Recording King’s roster of contemporary recording artists is consistently growing, and currently includes players as diverse as Lizzy Long, Jason Turner and Barry Cloyd. For musical troubadours who are constantly on the move, this sunburst solid top acoustic guitar makes a perfect travelling companion, thanks to its compact size and lightweight. Featuring a fret OM body with a treble side cutaway and Fishman pickup, the clarity of this guitar is pristine, and the Fishman 4-band pickup has a tuner and a phase control, which makes it easy to adjust your sound in a live setting.

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Guitars of every kind at Guitar Gallery in Nashville, TN. Mostly handmade, acoustic guitars, by individual luthiers of the highest caliber. Square Deal, Olson, etc.

Hi, folks, Today’s newsletter has the latest new and future general import and domestic releases. If you’d like to order anything you see in today’s newsletter, you’ll find ordering options at http: Or if you’re a regular customer and want to use the info from your last order, feel free to drop me an e-mail with your selections. Also be sure to check out the Gary’s Stash at http: The page has recently been updated so everything listed there should still be available as of the time of this mailing.

Let’s start with future releases which you’ll find at http: Grateful Dead – Long Strange Trip: Includes never-before-seen live performance footage woven with intimate interviews from surviving band members and insiders, and, of course, deadheads, executive producer Martin Scorsese and award-winning director Amir Bar-Lev deliver an enthralling 4-hour narrative of the Dead’s ‘long strange’ journey. A must-have for any deadhead or rock-doc enthusiast.

Morse, Neal Band – Morsefest Originally directed by the legendary David Mallet, this new version features 10 performances omitted from its previous release in the 90s, and the full show is now presented in its original running order. With its ahead-of-its-time cyberworld staging, guest appearances from Sheryl Crow, Robert Cray and Bo Diddley, and a setlist combining classic tracks with material from the Voodoo Lounge album, this phenomenal show can now be enjoyed as originally intended.

As an added bonus, all visual formats feature five tracks from an earlier date on the Voodoo Lounge Tour that weren’t performed in Miami – making this the definitive record of The Rolling Stones’ Voodoo Lounge Tour.

Gary Moore’s Guitars and Gear

Best Jump on these while they are still here and available!! The values have drifted a little measure about. In fact, I have sold over a dozen or so of these over the past year and these examples are by far the cleanest I have seen in a long time!!

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We know from iconography that there are several design elements that seem to be common, such as the fingerboard extending onto the soundboard and heart-shaped tuning pegs as seen in the instrument below. We are very experienced in building six-course lutes, a type which many modern lutenists gravitate towards, since their repertoire is felt by many to represent the most sublime achievement of the first flowering of the Renaissance. The gut strings with which the instrument we made was fitted can be clearly seen in the close-up view of the rose.

The lute shown here is a reconstruction of the probable original string disposition of an anonymous lute which the late Robert Spencer originally owned and which currently exists as a conversion to a seven-course. It has been built using the geometry of the original lute’s back and its rose design, the rose and bridge being positioned where they are placed on the original; we have fitted the instrument with a typical ‘parabola’-section neck, and modelled its pegbox after that of the lute in The Ambassadors by Hans Holbein.

Please also see No. Two of the following lutes, the Magno Dieffopruchar No. We have thoroughly measured and photographed both instruments, examining them in great detail.

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This assortment of Cash classics will delight any fan! The songs are sequenced chronologically–the record begins with “Paul Revere” and “Begin West Movement,” moves through “The Gettysburg Address” and “Mister Garfield” a story of an assassination attempt on the President , and ends with “On Wheels and Wings. While the subject matter of the record is much broader than that of Cash’s more personal material, AMERICA still makes for an intriguing stop in the artist’s discography, with its contents equally appropriate for a campfire performance or reference in a junior-high history course.

The disc is yet another lesser-known gem from this multifaceted, iconoclastic figure. From hit singles to fan favorites and album tracks, this compilation of great tunes tells a more fulfilling story than any written biography ever could.

Recording King Guitars are built on American tradition. Originally a house brand for Montgomery Ward, Recording King was developed during a truly golden age of craftsmanship. As a piece of American history, Recording King continues to cement its legacy.

About Guitars Buying a new guitar is a considerable investment for most of us. An instrument is all about inspiration. You are the musician and the guitar is the tool you use to express your feelings and music. This has nothing to do with what models you choose or how much they cost. Some basic knowledge about the different wood types, neck and body profiles, pickups etc will help you in making the best choice.

However, over the last decade or so, the MIMs has gotten a considerable face lift and the overall quality is very high. In fact, the reason why they are cheaper, ha sless to do with quality but rather lower labour costs, cheaper type of laquer and apply methods etc. Japanese Fenders are considered to be above the Mexicans and perhaps even just as good as the US.

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Our appreciation to Okezie Ihekwaba for contributing his invaluable collection of MP3s. History of Nigerian Music The music of Nigeria includes many kinds of Folk and popular music, some of which are known worldwide. Styles of folk music are related to the multitudes of ethnic groups in the country, each with their own techniques, instruments, and songs. Little is known about the country’s music history prior to European contact, although bronze carvings dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries have been found depicting musicians and their instruments.

Subsequently, Nigerian musicians created their own styles of United States hip hop music and Jamaican reggae.

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He bought it new in I really feel like a guitar should be played and should have a life and not just look good. These guitars had a few interesting characteristics like no channel rout and a blend knob instead of a tone knob. The blend disappeared around Plus, you get flathead screws all the way around, including the truss rod! This example is one of the lightest Broadcaster guitars I have ever played.

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Guitar Player December Letters to the editor; Guitaring; Questions; It’s New. VG condition, mailing label on back. VG condition, mail label back cover..

Electric guitars were originally designed by acoustic guitar makers and instrument manufacturers. Some of the earliest electric guitars adapted hollow-bodied acoustic instruments and used tungsten pickups. The first electrically amplified guitar was designed in by George Beauchamp, the general manager of the National Guitar Corporation, with Paul Barth, who was vice president.

Go to menu top I never heard anything better than a Fender if we’re talking about the big manufacturers. Later on, in the Guitar section, I’ll also talk about Standel and EchoSonic , but they’re produced in such small numbers that it’s fair to say they’ll only have historic interest to the most of us So As long as you get a tube Fender you’ll probably be on the right track, because they all sound pretty good. It doesn’t have to be vintage at all, but they do look pretty cool.

Actually I started out playing a vintage Vox AC 30 and it wasn’t bad at all. The sound was very ‘tube’ and that’s what you’re looking for, but Fender is still the better choice for Rockabilly. Fender Bassman ’59 reissue Many Rockabilly guitarists play a ’59 Fender Bassman or similar – vintage or reissue. It sounds perfect for rockabilly.

The distortion which is where you get the right sound from changes dramatically with change of volume. That’s very impractically when you play live, where you have to adjust the volume after the size and acoustics of the place where you playing. I found a way to get around that and always have the same “Bassman-sound” no matter what volume I’m playing at Here’s a page with photos of some actual recording sheets where you can see how the SansAmp was set. I play through my Fender Showman which has a very clean sound at all volumes.

John Mayer

Have You Heard the News Here are current stories about Oldies Artists in the News: Reese “Buzz” Clifford, best remembered for the novelty hit, “Baby Sittin’ Boogie” 6 , died Friday January 26 of complications from the flu.

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White had worked with Leo in the very early days of Fender Electric Instrument Manufacturing Company as the plant manager and stayed on after the company was sold to the CBS Corporation , but had grown unhappy with their management. Tom Walker worked as a sales rep at Fender. Because of a year non-compete clause in the contract that sold the Fender companies to CBS, Leo Fender was a silent partner. The name of this partnership was changed to Musitek, Inc.

In , the company started producing its first product, an amplifier designed by Leo Fender and Tom Walker called the “Sixty Five”. It was a hybrid of tube and solid state technology. The preamps used the then burgeoning solid state “op-amp” integrated circuits embodying traditional Fender preamp time constants and architecture, while the power amps typically featured a Cathode Driven Tube power amp stage, much as were used in the radio broadcast industry in AM Transmitters.

There were a few models with a tube phase splitter in them, but for the most part Music Man amplifiers used the faster responding common Grid, Cathode Coupled drive from a solid state front end that players characterized as “loud as hell”. The number of designs rapidly increased. In , Fender’s legal restriction had expired and after a vote of the board he was named the president of Music Man. However, this wasn’t Fender’s sole enterprise. By , it had built a manufacturing facility for musical instruments and was contracted to make Music Man products.

In June , production started on guitars and in August basses followed.

Late 30’s Recording King played by Molly Tuttle