Mike reviews the martin D-35S and explains how it got its name.
Mike describes the difference between two similar Martin guitars from the 1970's, both of these guitars are made of rosewood which came from two different regions of the globe.
Mike plays and reviews a Martin D-28 guitar from the 1970's.
Introduced in 1948, this was originally called the Champion 600 (6-inch speaker). Over time, the Champion model name became Champ. This was also called a TV Front as the front cutout was similar to TVs ...
Jack and Neil are over at Guitar Showcase looking at a late model vintage Fender Amp.
This guitar is an exact replica of the guitar Stevie Ray played just prior to his
passing. The guitar was built by the Fender Custom Shop who made high
art out of cloning. The Custom Shop got ...
If you are a guitar aficionado, you only need one word to recognize this guitar – Blackie. For years, this was the guitar that Eric Clapton toured with. Amazingly, it’s not a particular vintage – ...
Neil and Jack show you a Fender 1957 Stratocaster that used to belong to Ross Valerie of Journey
This amplifier came to Val King in rough shape. As with any 50 year
old amp, he replaced some of the capacitors, upgraded the power cord
and did a general cleanup of the chassis and sockets. A ...
Val King continues a project on a Leslie 122 Power Amplifier.