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Articles by Jason Shadrick

Album Review: The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band - "Between the Ditches"

September 6, 2012
As a guitarist, the Rev. has done his homework covering all the bases from Patton to Johnson.
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Rig Rundown - Aerosmith's Joe Perry and Brad Whitford

August 29, 2012
In this segment, we get to see Joe Perry's collection of touring gear and Brad Whitford take us through his rig.
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Rig Rundown - Zac Brown Band

August 22, 2012
PG's Jason Shadrick is on location checking out the live rigs of Zac Brown and his guitarists Clay Cook and Coy Bowles.
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Album Review: Jimmy Herring - "Subject to Change Without Notice"

August 10, 2012
A snapshot of a stylistically unmatched guitar giant who not only has chops galore, but knows when to take his foot off the gas and tug on your heartstrings with tone and taste.
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Higher Ground: A Look at Guitar in Higher Education

August 1, 2012
PG rounded up professors from some of the top guitar programs around to discuss how the role of the guitar in higher education has evolved and how best to prepare for taking the next step.
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Rig Rundown - Sonny Landreth

July 25, 2012
PG's Shawn Hammond catches up with slide master Sonny Landreth. In this Rig Rundown segment, Landreth shares his Strat mods and road amps, and demonstrates his favorite pedal combinations.
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Album Review: Pat Metheny - "Unity Band"

July 9, 2012
Pat Metheny Unity Band Nonesuch Records Over the course of a 30-plus year career, Pat Metheny has experimented with every possible combination of instruments you could think of. With his
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Interview: Stephane Wrembel

July 9, 2012
Combining a love for Pink Floyd, composer Howard Shore, and astronomer Carl Sagan, Stephane Wrembel exercises his compositional chops on his latest album, Origins.
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Film Review: The Punch Brothers - "How to Grow a Band"

June 8, 2012
"How to Grow a Band" reveals the journey that mandolinist Chris Thile took after Nickel Creek imploded under its own weight.
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Doc Watson Dies at Age 89

May 30, 2012
By combining traditional bluegrass with elements of gospel, blues and folk music Watson influenced countless guitarists of all genres.
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