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Paying Your Dues: Clubbing
There’s nothing quite like playing a small club – a
smoky bar, an agitated soundman and drunken jerk s
right up front who think they can do it better. Even if
you’re tired of getting stale beer spilled all over your
new axe, Nashville vet John Bohlinger trades a few
tales and shows just how rewarding the dreary bar
circuit can be. Read it all at
A Dirk Wacker Double Shot
This month we’re pleased to offer a second helping of Dirk Wacker. If you’re
looking to replace the nut on your guitar but aren’t sure which material to go
with, check out “Going Nuts,” where he explores what the various materials will
mean to your tone. If you’re new to the whole DIY game and don’t know where
to begin, check out “Before the Solder,” and learn just what tools you’ll want to
add to your arsenal. Only at
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Interview: Joe Bonamassa (Web Exclusive November) Joe Bonamassa has long been considered a
blues phenom; the release of Sloe Gin cemented his
reputation as an elder statesman. Web Editor Joe
Coffey sits down and talks gear with this well-seasoned bluesman.
Fender Champion 600 Review (June) When we
decided to review this tiny amp, we weren’t sure how
many people would be interested. Now it’s obvious
that everyone wants some low-wattage love for those
late night, living room jam sessions. James Egolf
takes us through the Champion 600.
Mesa Boogie Express 5: 50 Review (November)
Mesa Boogie consistently blows us away with their
thoughtful designs and the Express 5: 50 is no exception. Featuring their Duo-Class power switching
circuit and glassy 6L6 tone, this amp made our Best
of ‘07 list. Brett Petrusek shows you everything you
need to know about this flexible amp.
The $5 Traveling Practice Amp (Web Exclusive
Just when you thought you were safe, Dirk Wacker
strikes again. Check out December’s transformation
of an innocent computer speaker into a handy, mobile
practicing tool for just a few bucks.
A-List Pedalboard: Brent Mason (November)
Brent Mason. Nashville studio and session legend. His
pedalboard explored. Sweet.
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