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Artists

Southern Gentleman: An Interview with Paul McGill

September 10, 2007
When talking with Nashville luthier Paul McGill, you get the impression that he’s perfectly content to talk about his inspirations, the people he looks up to and who he
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Interview: Levi Chen

August 29, 2007
Harvesting Liquid Gardens
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Forever Young: Reggie Young

August 8, 2007
Nashville''s living legend keeps his fingers movin''.
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Nashville Cat: a session with Greg V.

July 11, 2007
Greg has been able to hone his chops in a variety of situations, allowing him to develop the Zen-like ability to place the right note in exactly the right space, playing for the song rather than for attention
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Driving Music Forward: a Look at Ernie Boch Jr.

June 12, 2007
To hear Ernie Boch Jr. talk – with a Boston accent and plenty of friendly colloquialisms – you’re reminded more of someone you could sit and have a beer with over the Red Sox game than a megamusical philanthropist
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The Tone Odyssey: Greg Howe’s Six-String Journey

May 14, 2007
It’s a long and winding road filled with trial and error, happy accidents, success and ultimately the thrill of the ride
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Brent Mason Interview

April 12, 2007
When you are talking about modern country music and signature Telecaster tone, you are talking about Brent Mason
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Unlocking the Secrets of Shred

March 19, 2007
The idea that virtuoso players can play “anything” without really thinking about it is a fantasy.
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From The Paul Stanley Tour - Living the Dream

March 19, 2007
When I checked my voicemail that early September day, I was shocked to hear that smokey, distinctive voice.
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Rollin' with the Changes

March 19, 2007
Dave Amato is a musician with incredible range; he’s played with everyone from Ted Nugent and Richie Sambora to Cher and Kim Carnes en route to his current gig with the legendary REO Speedwagon.
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Unlocking the Secrets of Shred, continued

March 19, 2007
According to Grady, Cooley''s blazing technique was the reason for turning to a high-tech camera system for the documentary (Cooley''s hands were too fast for Grady''s digital camera).
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Buckcherry

March 16, 2007
We caught up with guitarists Keith Nelson and Stevie D in the middle of their tour to talk about their unique sound and the gear that makes it happen
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