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Dimebag’s Dean Evolution
Dimebag’s famous Dean ML went through
many stages and many hands before ending up
back in Darrell’s hands – and subsequently in
the hands of Dean for its replication. Chris Kies
talks with Buddy Blaze about the evolution of
the guitar. Also check out old school Pantera,
Dimebag and Dean ML photos.
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Guitar Cable Roundup, Parts 1 & 2
(May & June ‘08 Web Exclusives)
A guitarist and a bass player took 21 mid-to-high-end cables
and compared the effect on their tone. Not just another cable
shootout, we take a look at the science behind the sound.
The Bluesbreaker Revisited (February 2008)
For those looking to replicate Clapton’s tone, look no further.
Since Bluesbreaker reissues aren’t 100 percent faithful to the
original, John Wiley examined the differences and shows you
how to make your reissue sing like the original Model 1962.
Rusty Cooley Interview (March 2008)
There’s fast, and then there’s Rusty Cooley. We talked with
the shred master after NAMM’s All Star Guitar Night about
his preference for 7-strings and the best ways to escape
What Happened to Eddie’s Tone (June 2008 Web Exclusive)
John Bohlinger stirred the pot with his June column, examining
why the tone of many guitarists – EVH included – goes south.
Readers chimed in either defending or attacking Eddie; log on
and add your opinion.
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Signature Guitar Review (February 2008)
This German-designed blue beauty impressed reviewer Chris
Burgess with its versatility and tonal range. Head online for his
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