No. 219 March 2011
The North Carolina siblings on their influences, songwriting collaborations, and how switching instruments can make a song blossom. By Derk Richardson.
GOODALL GUITARS PROFILE
Four decades into building his unique custom guitars, James Goodall is making his most refined instruments ever. By Teja Gerken.
HOW TO BUY A CUSTOM GUITAR
Everything you need to know to order your dream guitar. By Doug Young.
Horse with No Name. Words and music by Dewey Bunnell.
Ain't No Sunshine. Words and music by Bill Withers.
Evan Hirschelman Lesson. The classical guitarist explains how he integrates slurs, arpeggios, and large interval leaps into his compositions. By Scott Nygaard.
Huss and Dalton DS-12 Custom. Versatile 12-fret dreadnought with rich tones. By Paul Kotapish.
Luna Vicki Genfan Signature Model. Stylish solid-top, cutaway, acoustic-electric orchestra model. By Adam Perlmutter.
IN THE STORES
Giving Tree Band. Rootsy, timeless acoustic music from an eight-piece ensemble with a focus on sustainable living. By Céline Keating.
Record on an iPhone. Improve the recording quality of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch with these dedicated recording apps and mics. By Jason Borisoff.
Play Leads with Arpeggios. Open up your lead playing by integrating arpeggios into the mix, just like the guitarists in the Allman
How a Guitar Can be Re-Topped. Replacing a top for repair or tonal alteration. By Alan Perlman.
Must-Know Bluegrass Vocabulary. A guide to practical licks every flatpicker should know. By Tyler Grant.
Sweet Sunny South. Traditional, arranged by Andrew DuBrock.
Edward Klein Ellipse Steel-String. By Adam Perlmutter.