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Favorite Sites
Pollstar – This site is a huge database of concerts and tour dates for just about every band in the world.
Mack Music Systems – Canadian builder of of very cool hand-made “Budget Boutique” Amplifiers. Check them out.
Harmony Central – Guitar reviews written by the guitar owners. Tons and tons of stuff.
EMG Wiring Book – Here are some simple and complete wiring diagrams for fixing your guitar.
AXE and you shall receive – Scott brings you a great and ever-changing solection of groovy guitars, pedals, amps and more.
Reverb Central – Anything and everything on Surf Bands. Cool Site.
UNIVOX – Great site with info on guitars, amps and effects.

Funny Stuff
Let Me Love You
A Guitar Review
Funny Pics

Favorite Bands
The Go-Betweens
Gang of Four
Orange Juice
Bill Nelson
Nick Cave
The Orb
Max Webster
Nectarine No. 9
Julian Cope
Aphex Twin
The Notwist
Public Image Ltd.
Red House Painters
Robin Hitchcock
Bare Naked Ladies
Joy Division
Led Zeppelin
Cabaret Voltiare
Alex Chilton
Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet
The Jam
Dry and Heavy
Yo La Tengo
Robert Forster
Flaming Lips
Badly Drawn Boy
Matthew Sweet
Thee Hydrogen Terrors
Magnetic Fields
Funki Porchini
Mark Knopfler
Gregory Isaacs
Iggy Pop
Wolfgang Press
Todd Rundgren
Burning Spear
The Clash
Elvis Costello
Down By Law
Massive Attack
This Mortal Coil
Future Sound of London
Tony Williams
Brand X
Be Bop Deluxe
Antonio Carlos Jobim
Steel Pulse
Roxy Music
David Sylvian
Bunny Wailer
Jonathan Richman
The Swans

2 thoughts on “Links

Pete BiltoftPosted on  4:47 pm - Dec 24, 2013

I hope all is well with you.

I’m working on search engine optimization for the Vintage Vibe Guitars website, and am writing to request that you add my website link to the links page on your website. In turn, I will be happy to reciprocate and add your website link to my links page (http://www.vintagevibeguitars.com/links.html).

I can forward a graphic to accompany the link.

Please let me know if you are interested in this cross-promotion.

Thanks for your consideration and Happy Holidays!

-Pete Biltoft

BotchPosted on  8:45 pm - Nov 13, 2015

far out!does it appear that you can get a betetr deal in Japan?I did notice that one of the Les Pauls was 220,000 yen, I presume, which converted to almost 3k US.220,000.00 JPY = 2,826.31 USD But, then again, factor in the travel, etc.did you hear any really good pickin’??????

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