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Texas Blues Guitarist

Texas Blues Guitarist

Posted by Robinsn Earle on Jul 1st 2020

Although it’s impossible to say with complete assurance where “the blues” first developed, a strong case can be made for the Texas Blues Guitarist. In their unfinished tome, “The Blues Come to Texas”, researchers Paul Oliver and Mack McMcormick exhaustively detail the geographic and sociological circumstances that made the Lone Star State the perfect incubation zone f … read more
A Morning in The Midwood Guitar Studio Acoustic Guitar Lounge

A Morning in The Midwood Guitar Studio Acoustic Guitar Lounge

Posted by Robinson Earle on Jun 15th 2020

When you visit Charlotte, make sure you have time for A Morning in The Midwood Guitar Studio Acoustic Guitar Lounge.When Rock & Rollers enter our storefront in the historic Plaza Midwood neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina, we have to greet them with a drool bucket. A post-industrial aesthetic of brick walls and exposed piping serves as the perfect backdrop for o … read more
Reverb

Reverb

Posted by Robinson Earle on Jun 7th 2020

Reverb has been an essential part of the electric guitar and all genres of music since the 1960's. I’m a sucker for reverb. Always have been. I want to live inside my electric guitar. I always play piano with the sustain pedal depressed. Perhaps this preference has primordial roots, an inheritance from our cave-dwelling ancestors. It’s impossible to say for certai … read more
Charvel and the Dawn of the Hot-Rod Guitar

Charvel and the Dawn of the Hot-Rod Guitar

Posted by Robinson Earle on May 26th 2020

Charvel and the Dawn of the Hot-Rod Guitar The “gear-head” is integral to the advancement of any technology. I am referring to the sort of individual who is rarely satisfied with stock options. While most of us simply buy carefully, play, and let be, gear-heads tend to view new acquisitions as blank canvases rather than completed masterpieces. Not content with simply … read more
Swart Amplifiers | Midwood Guitar Studio

Swart Amplifiers | Midwood Guitar Studio

Posted by Robinson Earle on May 13th 2020

Swart Amplifiers | Midwood Guitar StudioGuitarists and recording engineers alike know that the best studio amp is often small and tweed. There’s something about a tiny, vacuum-tube powered box pushed to its limits that perfectly captures the spirit of rock & roll. Before there were full stacks and arenas full of screaming fans, teenagers learned to channel their a … read more