My latest Premier Guitar Article – November 2015 Issue

I really like this guitar. Here’s a link to my article on it.

PG Article on Firebird VII

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Latest Bottom Feeder Article in March 2015 PG Magazine – Squier Telecaster Custom II

Look inside >5657Squier Telecaster Custom II with P-90s

This is a cool Squier Tele I found on eBay. The P90’s give it kind of a Gibson feel.

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Latest Bottom Feeder Article in Oct 2014 PG Magazine – Epiphone Wilshire Reissue

Here’s a cool guitar – an Epiphone Wilshire Reissue with swapped out pickups. Whoa, Mama! She sounds sweet!



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Latest Bottom Feeder Article in PG Magazine

Here’s my May PG Magazine Article. Nice Cheap Tele!

Look inside >4647Douglas Highly Figured T-Style

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Here’s my March PG Article on “My $81 Les Paul”

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My $81 Les Paul Special

“My $81 Les Paul” – One of my go-to guitars these days. Just goes to show you that there are some nice cheap guitars out there.

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Here’s my latest “Bottom Feeder” article in the November issue of Premier Guitar Magazine.
It’s a pretty futuristic guitar. Enjoy!

Jay Turser Stilette 4

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Jay Turser Stiletté Futuré
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My Latest Bottom Feeder Article in PG Magazine

Hey guys & gals – here’s my latest column in PG. Cool guitar!

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Lick of the Week

My cousin Cigarbox Willie’s Lick of the Week. He’s kinda weird.


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My Latest Premier Guitar Magazine Article

My latest Bottom Feeder article in PG Magazine is out. Here’s a link:

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Samick Jaguar Wannabe – Whoa Mama!

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Congrats to the River Rats

The battle of the bands that I helped judge on Saturday, June 1st went well. Congrats to all the bands who participated.

Todd Cecil & the Slide were an interesting blend of cigarbox folk meets back porch blues, The Company were a spirited rootsy band pumping out feel-good music, and the Space Truckers brought back the power trio vibe of Cream meets ZZ Top.

The winner, the River Rats, wooed the judges with their tight Chicago-style horn arrangements and fiery guitar licks, plus they really looked like they were having fun.

My fellow judges were Dr Wayne Kirby (professor at UNCA), and Robert George who owns Sound Temple Studios in West Asheville.

Kudos to Anne Coombs and Rock Academy for hosting the event.

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