Guitar Reviews by Emily Burns

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  1. Gretsch Tennessee Rose ·
    The only other Gretsch I really looked at was a duo-jet but I choose this one because I wanted that rich, warm, hollow body sound. If this guitar were stolen I definitely would buy another. Only thing that bothers me on this guitar is the ...(more)
    Equipment: Guitars · Posted: 2/15/2003 by Emily Burns (555)
  2. Manassas: Down The Road ·
    This record is nothing compared to that first Manassas album, but what can you say, that first Manassas album would have been hard to beat. Any of Masassas work is considered to be Stephen's best outside of CSN/Y. This album definitely has...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 2/25/2003 by Emily Burns (555)
  3. Fender Blues Junior ·
    I looked at some of the other Fender amps that are similar to the Blues Jr. only bigger and decided on this one because I needed a practice amp. One that's rather easy to cart around but still can give out quite a large amount of sound, it ...(more)
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 2/25/2003 by Emily Burns (555)
  4. The Beatles Complete Scores by The Beatles ·
    This book was a great way for me to start learning how to play guitar. It has really easy and simple songs in it and songs that are from the later Beatle years that start to have challenging parts (this book even includes songs not written ...(more)
    Books/Tab: Rock/Pop · Posted: 4/12/2003 by Emily Burns (555)
  5. 1 by The Beatles ·
    Definitely circulating regularly through my CD Player. But this is only their #1 hits, I really love all the songs on here but if you only get this, you're missing out on so much great stuff. Like the songs off the White Album or the Abbey...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 4/12/2003 by Emily Burns (555)
  6. But Seriously, Folks... by Joe Walsh ·
    I give it a 5 because Joe Walsh is so great anything he does is always really amazing. And also because I've met Joe Vitale and he is one of the coolest people ever, you couldn't find a nicer, or more kick a-- drummer.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 4/12/2003 by Emily Burns (555)
  7. Los Angeles Music Academy ·
    This school has a great curriculum, really great teachers who've been highly involved in the music biz and a lot of them still are, and the overalll atmosphere of the school is wonderful. Tuition prices are not bad at all, and they offer 3 ...(more)
    Instruction: Schools · Posted: 10/28/2003 by Emily Burns (555)
  8. All Things Must Pass by George Harrison ·
    This is by far IMO, the greatest solo record by any of the Beatles. George had been saving it up all those years and when the Beatles finally split, boy did he just blossom as a songwriter, guitarist, and singer. This is definitely a must ...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 4/1/2004 by Emily Burns (555)
  9. Eat A Peach by Allman Brothers Band ·
    What can I say? The Allman Brothers are undoubtedly the fathers of Southern Rock, twin lead guitars, and onstage, extended jamming. This album has it all and more. Only a few tracks on here were done w/out Duane but the ones that were are...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 10/28/2003 by Emily Burns (555)