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before you make up your mind. Kenny
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More Gear Candy
As always, our cups runeth over with
review gear here at PG. A few samples
on this month’s slate are the intriguing
TubeUlent preamp, Godin’s reasonably-priced foray into archtops and Ibanez’s
newly amped-up Tube King distortion.
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Pickguards and Nitro: Inside PRS, the Mira and the DGT
James Egolf talks to Joe Knaggs at PRS about this year’s two
new guitars that broke out of the PRS mold.
Runnin’ Down a Dream: Mike Campbell (April ’08)
In this candid interview with Tom Guerra, Mike Campbell
covers everything from his early days and writing music with
Tom Petty to lineup changes in the band.
Reverend Ron Asheton Signature Guitar Review (May ’08)
This orange, korina-bodied rock machine is still making
waves. We just gave one away to a lucky reader, but check
out the review by Adam Moore online.
Close Up the Honky Tonk: A Look at Pull-Strings (May ’08)
Even we were a bit surprised by the number of people that responded to James Egolf’s look at B-Benders and other pull-string
devices – many with stories of their own. Read the original article
online and then send us your thoughts.
Ten Years After: Celebrating a Decade of Suhr Guitars
It’s an impressive feat for a small builder to celebrate his
tenth anniversary. We talked to John Suhr about the milestone, and what’s coming for him in the next ten years.
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