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Tickle the ivories around the globe with a musical instrument passport
No need to pry those ivory inlays off your vintage Fender guitar or ... for your musical instrument. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species has implemented a passport system allowing musicians to lug their gear across borders, even ...
Guitar swap event to benefit Elmhurst Yorkfield Food Pantry
York St., is hosting a musical instrument swap meet where residents can bring their old guitars, microphones or other instruments ... 52 weeks a year. Families can shop for food from the pantry as often as once per month.
Eiteljorg pays tribute to guitars — and the people who made them famous
And when you look at it, the guitar emerges as a wonderful tool to demonstrate the diversity of its national origins and musical genres ... "The instrument had its origins in the Middle East and Italy and different parts of the world," Nottage ...
Women Kept Guitars Strumming During WWII
So, it was really nice in that part ... guitar makers. In it, he suggests the company kept them a secret because executives believed guitar buyers of the day would not embrace instruments built by women. It dawned on Thomas that a musical ...
New Book Chronicles 140-Year History of Epiphone Guitars
Along the way, the story of Epiphone includes virtually every great artist in popular music including Les Paul ... The story continues as Epiphone becomes part of the Gibson family of instruments and guitars like the Casino and the Wilshire influence ...
Becker Guitars Carves New Designs in Attleboro
"Everybody has different skills, and everybody does their part on the instruments," he said. "Between everybody in the shop, we got it all covered." He added the look, feel and sound of each guitar is vitally important in the construction. "It's got to ...