Guitar Reviews by Josh Graves

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  1. Natty Dread by Charlie Hunter ·
    This is an incredibly compelling instrumental album. Charlie Hunter is not your standard guitar player. His 8-string guitar has the range of a bass and conventional electric guitar, with seperate outputs for the bass strings and regular strings....(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 3/25/2000 by Josh Graves (2401)
  2. Harvest by Neil Young ·
    Released in February 1972, <i>Harvest</i> quickly captured the national #1 slot in sales, and sustained its popularity to become the best selling album of the year. "Heart of Gold," still stands as Niel Young's most-purchased recording. He once ...(more)
    Recordings: Country · Posted: 3/25/2000 by Josh Graves (2401)
  3. Live...With A Little Help From Our Friends by Gov't Mule ·
    A <b>must have</b> album for any fan of blues guitar. Warren Haynes is uncomparable in the modern popular blues scene. With this power trio he goes way beyond the pentatonic stuff that made him famous with the Allman Bros. They are currently the...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 3/31/2000 by Josh Graves (2401)
  4. Peavey Delta Blues 210 ·
    I looked at the entire Classic series by Peavey. For the price you really can't beat 'em. I went with the Delta Blues 210 because I genuinely prefered the tone as compared with the Classic 30 112, the Delta Blues 115, and the Classic 50 212 and ...(more)
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 2/2/2001 by Josh Graves (2401)