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Builder Profile

RJM Music Technology: Killing the Tap Dance One Rig at a Time

March 28, 2008
Upstart builder quickly finds his niche: minimizing stompage
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From High-Tech to High-End: The Story of the Phoenix Guitar Company

March 12, 2008
George Leach is probably a lot like you. He says he’s “always” played the guitar, but spent years in a high-stress engineering job with Intel, as music wasn’t his
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Out of the Abyss: The Story of Abyss’ Rise to Kevin L. Pederson Guitars

March 11, 2008
Kevin Pederson has been building Abyss Guitars for 12 years, but with a name change on the horizon, how will the transformation affect business? An interview with Kevin Pederson
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Theo Hartman: Mojo Agnostic

March 5, 2008
Theo Hartman''s copies of classics come from careful testing and vintage parts... and maybe just a little bit of mojo.
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One With Everything: The Story of the Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai

February 8, 2008
The question on everyone’s mind after seeing the Stereo Memory Man with Hazarai for the first time is, “What in the hell is Hazarai?” I was fortunate enough to
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Pickguards & Nitro: Inside PRS, the Mira and the DGT

January 9, 2008
Let’s play a word association game. After you finish reading the next sentence, close your eyes and tell me the first thing that pops into your head. What do
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Sandwiched Tops

November 9, 2007
Luthier John Dick has been quietly building classical guitars with one of the most innovative top designs in modern luthiery. We get an exclusive look at John’s “sandwich top”
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Mesa Boogie: Born to Boogie

October 18, 2007
Old and new Boogies, we get the scoop from Petaluma.
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A Mesa Boogie History

August 10, 2007
From their humble beginnings to the newest products, we trace Mesa''s history.
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A Modern History of the Gibson Custom Shop

July 11, 2007
The Gibson Custom Shop Fuses Personal Touches With History and Innovation
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