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May 2014

Articles by Adam Moore

SRV's Lenny

November 9, 2007
Guitar Center & Fender Introduce: SRVs Lenny Throughout the years, the story of how Lenny came into Stevie Ray Vaughan’s possession has taken on an almost mythical status, but
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Krank Amplification Rev Jr. Mini-Stack

November 9, 2007
While the small-wattage craze has been a boon for guitar players of all stripes, bringing great tone down to manageable decibel levels, it seems that blues and classic rock
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AmpliTube Jimi Hendrix

October 10, 2007
For many of us, ever since seeing Mr. Peabody first fire up the WABAC machine, we’ve dreamed of traveling back in time and seeing things as they were before
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The Boston Tone Party

October 10, 2007
Premier Guitar Festivals: Boston Wrap-Up Guitarists from all over the Northeast joined us September 15th and 16th for our first ever Premier Guitar Festival. If you couldn’t make it,
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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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CD Reviews: Megadeth, B. Walton, Dropkick Murphys, K. Loureiro

August 30, 2007
We let four new CDs spin and give you the lowdown: Dropkick Murphys, Kiko Loureiro, Megadeth, and the Billy Walton Band.
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Swell G-TOD Overdrive

August 8, 2007
Adam dissects the Swell G-TOD and finds craftsmanship is king.
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Guitar Center Agrees to Buyout

June 8, 2007
The latest round of private equity activity meant that it was only a matter of time before the guitar industry would become involved.
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120th Anniversary - Höfner

June 6, 2007
A lot of players know Höfner for their distinctive basses, but what’s one thing our readers should know about your instruments?
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Dave Rogers' Collection

May 14, 2007
And nothing is behind glass. No one is hovering over you. There are no signs warning you not to touch. You are left to enjoy the beauty of the instruments on your own. It was the definition of gear nirvana.
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