Ahead of an European tour to celebrate the life and work of David Bowie, we had a little chat with Lodger and Sound + Vision guitarist Adrian Belew – a guitar legend in his own right. If you know anything about music and great guitarists, you’ll know that Adrian Belew is one of the most […]
The Bigsby vibrato may not be to everyone’s tastes – but we think it looks really good on all kinds of guitars. Here’s our list of Top 7 guitars with Bigsby, as played by famous guitarists. Which one is your favourite? There’s just something so cool about a Bigsby vibrato, doesn’t it? Well, not everyone will agree with this, […]
2016 was a year of great musical losses, but none was as shocking or as saddening as David Bowie’s. One year on, let’s remember a side of Bowie that’s been often forgotten: the guitarist! Here’s our guide to the guitars played by David Bowie over the years… enjoy! David Bowie has had many different faces and personas […]
Originally, Airline branded electric and acoustic guitars were made in the United States from 1958-68 by the VALCO Manufacturing Company, and sold through Montgomery Ward catalogs. VALCO also used the brand names of National and Supro. Today, old Valco guitars are played by a wide array of bands and artists including David Bowie (Supro Dual Tone), The Cure (National MAP), Jack White (Airline 2P), Calexico and P.J. Harvey using this original Airline 3P Res-O-Glas, the top-of-the-line for Airline at the time.
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