There’s more to Gibson than some legendary guitars! Guest blogger Rob Roberge writes about a great little vintage amp – the The Gibson Minuteman GA-20 RVT. Gibson electric guitars, it’s hardly a secret, have been the dominant rival of Fenders since the early 1950’s. But that’s pretty much where the companies competitions part ways as far […]
Can a brand new guitar be better than a legendary, vintage one? Mosrite vs. Sidejack: Which One Is Better? This is a tougher question that you might’ve thought… Before we start a fight, let’s be clear: we LOVE Mosrite here at My Rare Guitars, as Mike himself made clear in previous blogs. They sound amazing, […]
Ever since Orange broke new ground with the Tiny Terror a few years ago, there’s been a surge in giggable mini guitar heads. But the question is: are they any good? Let’s see if a look at the new Vox MV50 can help us to answer this question… Big, loud guitar amps are part of […]
New videos featuring musicians and bands that play Eastwood Guitars an Airline Guitars.
Some of you may have noted that over the past two months a new face has surfaced on the MyRareGuitars YouTube channel. Say hello to Keith McFadden from Lindsay Ontario. Yep, Canadian like us, eh? Keith adds a new twist as he takes advantage of loops to highlight the guitars versatility within the same take and the demos are really entertaining. Please take a moment to view a few of them and pass along your welcome comments to Keith!
Vince Lee – Airline Catalina Richard Hawley – Sidejack Baritone DLX Crazy Aces – Sidejack BASS VI Emma Lee – Airline 3P DLX Lewin Barringer – Mandocaster Lewin Barringer – Joey Leone Superfast Marco Gervais and his dog – Eastwood Messenger Githead – Colin Newman – Airline MAP Frederic Voleon – Airline Folkstar Jack Mazzenga […]
Crazy Aces (Jeff Senn – Sidejack DLX) NIPPON MADONNA – Airline ’59 2P Vince Lee – Airline Espanada Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers – Henry Carvajel – Airline Espanada Joe Brewer – Hi-Flyer Phase 4 DEMO Mojo Radio – Classic 4 Bass Bliks – Airline H44 Demi Barbito – Airline ’59 3P Buzzcocks – […]
One of our “not-so-best-selling” models is the Breadwinner. We made a replica of this guitar some years back just because it was always one of my favorites, and is stupid comfortable to play. No other guitar on the planet seems so ergonomically correct like this one does. So we keep it in production, because every now and again someone else will stumble upon its design brilliance. In fact, last month I got a letter from a customer – Matt Plummer – that I thought I would share with you.
I don’t remember what drove me to my first lap steel. Maybe I needed a new sound for a song my band was working on, or perhaps I just felt like my guitar playing was in a rut. Whatever the reason, once I discovered it I was instantly hooked.
Mason does it again with some great playing and a quick history lesson on the Airline RS-II. Enjoy the show!
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