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Brookdale Guitar Show

April 10, at the Warner Student Life Center, Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, NJ. Show hours 10-5. For more info, contact Kristin Florio at (732) 224-2470, brookdaleguitarshow.com. April 10, at the Warner Student Life Center, Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, NJ. Show hours 10-5. For more info, contact Kristin Florio at (732) 224-2470, brookdaleguitarshow.com.Read Full Article ...

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Cathy Lemons and Johnny Ace

On this new release, bassist Johnny Ace gives ample evidence why he earned his nickname. Partnered with singer Cathy Lemons, Ace is the locomotive for the Ike and Tina Turner cum Delaney and Bonnie rhythm and blues of Lemonace. Lemons and Ace are veterans, and Ace’s resume contains the names of... On this new release, bassist Johnny Ace gives ample evidence why he earned his nickname. Partnered with singer ...

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The Beatles’ Casinos

Of all the guitars the Beatles made famous, the only one that John, Paul and George had in common was the Epiphone Casino. Each owned a Casino and used it for countless recordings and performances. Paul McCartney was the first Beatle to acquire a Casino. Influenced to purchase it by his friend,... Of all the guitars the Beatles made famous, the only one that John, Paul and George had in common was the Epiph ...

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Epiphone Emperor Swingster

Though its high-point in terms of popular exposure may have occurred when McCartney, Lennon, and Harrison “discovered” the Casino, Epiphone has historically been most known for its archtop guitars. Today, that legacy is largely carried by the Emperor model and its variants. The new Emperor... Though its high-point in terms of popular exposure may have occurred when McCartney, Lennon, and Harrison “discovere ...

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Bruce and Butter

It would be an understatement to say that REO Speedwagon bassist Bruce Hall and his 1965 Fender Jazz Bass, dubbed “Butter,” have been through a lot. Born and raised in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, Hall, who has been with the band for more than 30 years, acquired this mainstay when he was 16. In... It would be an understatement to say that REO Speedwagon bassist Bruce Hall and his 1965 Fender Jazz Bass, dubbe ...

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Godin

We’re living in a golden age of retro guitars – a period when you can barely turn around without tripping over some cool, vintage-styled plank. Granted, the retro fad has become a bit cliché. But who cares? An avalanche of rose-tinted guitars sure beats the pointy, heavy-metal binge of the ’80s... We’re living in a golden age of retro guitars – a period when you can barely turn around without tripping over ...

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Paul Curreri

Paul Curreri’s latest album follows a throat injury that forced him to stop performing for a couple years but didn’t stop him from producing numerous records, including Don’t Hurry for Heaven, by his wife, Devon Sproule. And all the while, he was assembling what would become California. Curreri... Paul Curreri’s latest album follows a throat injury that forced him to stop performing for a couple years but d ...

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Robert Plant

Around the time Lorne Michaels offered the Beatles a whopping $3,000 to reunite on “Saturday Night Live” in 1976, there was a brilliant piece of satirical writing wherein the reunited Beatles signed with Rounder Records and toured as opening act for Peter Frampton. Well, at the time it would... Around the time Lorne Michaels offered the Beatles a whopping $3,000 to reunite on “Saturday Night Live” in 1976, ...

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Yes, Styx Co-Headlining U.S. Tour

Yes and Styx will embark on a 22-city summer tour starting July 4 and concluding August 3. Yes will feature a lineup of guitarist Steve Howe, bassist Chris Squire, drummer Alan White, and lead singer Benoit David, and keyboard player Geoff Downes. Styx includes Tommy Shaw (vocals, guitars),... Yes and Styx will embark on a 22-city summer tour starting July 4 and concluding August 3. Yes will feature a lineu ...

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TC Electronic Introduces RH750

TC Electronics’ new RH750 bass head is a compact solidstate head. Features include: • Power – 750 watts. • TweeterTone™ – Front panel tweeter level control for crisp and modern bass tones. • Presets – 3 user-defined presets. • On-board chromatic tuner – Always active for instant pitch monitoring... TC Electronics’ new RH750 bass head is a compact solidstate head. Features include: • Power – 750 ...

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