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Vintage Guitar magazine is an American consumer publication that focuses on vintage and classic fretted instruments, amplifiers, effects, and related gear, as well as notable players from all genres and eras. The publication's feature stories and monthly columns cover a diverse range of topics by contributors, including some of the biggest names in the industry and renowned authorities like Dan Erlewine, George GruhnWolf Marshall, Richard Smith, and Seymour W. Duncanas well as some of the best-known writers in the field, including Walter Carter, A.
But now, to launch its all-new Vintera Series, a lineup of vintage-correct guitars and basses, Fender partnered with the next generation of Fender players. The creative includes a second digital commercial that introduces the instruments and overall vibe of the Vintera Series, plus three artist performance videos featuring eclectic musicians including Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram, Curtis Harding and Le Butcherettes. Each performance harkens back to a specific decade to showcase the essence of the vintage-inspired guitars and basses as well as the sound and style of the era. Fender also interviewed each artist to discuss musical influences from the era of their performance, individual music style and what compelled them to pick up that first instrument and play.
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One of the things you discover as you get older and start reflecting back on the path you've taken is how a fleeting and seemingly insignificant moment can firmly set you on a road you might've otherwise missed. Playing guitar had gone past obsession to religion for me in the few years post February 9, My obsession with The Who was such that it was instantly a matter of life or death that I own a Fender Strat.
But, as life so often does, it has intruded and a piece I was going to buy for said article fell out of my grasp until next week, when it will be too late to have a new column. Hence, this piece, which will have to hold its place in the rare and oddball guitar column world until next month. So, what could possibly take the place of an overview of the 5 major periods of collectible and not-so-collectible Maggie amps? Why something from Fender, of course.
Serious electric guitar players and collectors clamored for reissues of the original instruments. But both manufacturers, at the time mere cogs in large corporate wheels, all but ignored them. Since being purchased by CBS inFender had radically modified the Stratocaster and Telecaster models on which its existence was essentially based.