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Posted: 28 Jan 2010 10:58 PM PST
Besides having no dearth in the way to entertain, music always tops the chart in offering quality time when feeling bored. With ongoing developments and advancement in technology, music has become ver...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 10:21 PM PST
Not sure if music lessons are for you? Take a moment to consider the following. Children who take music lessons almost always score higher on school exams and tend to have better focusing skills....
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 09:27 PM PST
Since 1983, the Gibson Les Paul Studio has been one of the company's best selling guitars. Though originally directed at studio players (hence the name), it has since become a common guitar fo...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 09:25 PM PST
The Gibson Les Paul is a part of music history, to say the least. Ever since the 1950's, the Les Paul has been famous for its recognizable shape and the powerful, thick sound. Throughout the years, ho...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 09:24 PM PST
What do you get when you cross a Gibson Les Paul with a Gibson ES-335? The semi-hollowbody Gibson ES-339, which has a Les Paul feel, an ES-335 sound, and a feel that is uniquely its own. The ES-3...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 09:09 PM PST
Anyone with a fundamental familiarity with the story of the electric guitar knows how important the Fender Stratocaster and Fender Telecaster are. From rock and roll to country to blues, these instrum...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 09:07 PM PST
Located between the American Standard series and the MIM Standard series, Fender's USA-made Highway One Strat is a unique guitar that is emphatically worthwhile of the name "Fender." What make...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 09:04 PM PST
Unless you've lived in a box for the past 15 years, you know that Fender has had no dearth of Artist-inspired guitars. One of their earliest offerings is still one of their greatest, the Eric Clapton ...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 08:56 PM PST
The Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster are two of the most popular guitars in the world, and are always Fender's top-selling guitars. That's a pretty big deal, considering how many world-class product...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 08:51 PM PST
Some people are still under the erroneous assumption that having a "Made in Korea" sticker on a guitar means it's substandard. Those days are long gone. True, Korean-made guitars were once sub...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 06:35 PM PST
The American "King of Pop" of the pop music, Michael Jackson (according to American time) passed away suddenly on 25th, June at his age of 50. It was reported that he called 911 for he...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 05:38 PM PST
San Diego, CA-January 26, 2010- Patrick Yandall has made his mark over the years with ten different releases, mainly smooth jazz instrumental albums. His eleventh release on Zengi Records ti...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 05:10 PM PST
by Alaya Wyndham-Price on January 27, 2010 Phoenix [fee-niks] (dictionary.com): A mythical bird of great beauty fabled to live 500 or 600 years in the Arabian wilderness, to burn itself on...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 05:03 PM PST
by Sam Sanborn on January 27, 2010 I stumbled across Trace Bundy on YouTube one day when looking for something fresh and otherwise uncontaminated by the pedestrian influence of the mainstream. I cert...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 04:49 PM PST
by Graham Doody on January 28, 2010 Fruit Bats The Portland/Chicago-based group Fruit Bats will bring their unique brand of folk-rock to the WOW Hall in Eugene this coming Saturday. The band is a fu...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 04:44 PM PST
by Sam Sanborn on January 28, 2010 A name like Shoebox Letters instantly brings to mind an iconic image of the good 'ol days, sepia-toned nostalgia, and the roadhouse mentality that drips along the ba...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 04:31 PM PST
by James Bash on January 28, 2010 Cascadia Composers, a group of composers from around the Northwest, will sponsor a three-day festival of new music that includes lectures, presentations, and concer...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 04:26 PM PST
by Sam Sanborn on January 28, 2010 Coming upon Brian Minus out of the blue, I was surprised at the organic, yet distinctly synthetic, sound coming from my speakers. While this seems like a contradicti...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 04:16 PM PST
by Chris Young on January 26, 2010 On Sunday night, Phoenix were bigger than any Louis or archduchess. They were the rightful Kings of Versailles, sovereign rulers of the Crystal Ballroom. A bliss...
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 04:11 PM PST
January 28, 2010 The Cribs have been hanging around PDX a lot lately. Gary Jarman, The Cribs' bassist/singer, fell in love with our rainy city several years ago and in 2009 married Joanna Bolme, who ...
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