Guitar Reviews by Steven Loney

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  1. Fender E 961175 ·
    Overall I like this guitar very much! I'm have many guitars, but this one means the most. Mostly because it was my first. It means a lot and I would keep it for just about anything offered in its place.
    Equipment: Guitars · Posted: 7/8/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  2. Phil Keaggy's Site ·
    This is a great site, that keeps you informed on upcoming Keaggy albums, tours ect. I think this is a very good site!
    Musicians: Musician Websites · Posted: 7/9/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  3. Another Phil Keaggy Site ·
    This is a great site. You must visit this site if you are into Phil Keaggy. Mostly because of the stuff written by Phil himself.
    Musicians: Musician Websites · Posted: 7/9/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  4. Tab Robot ·
    The thing that is best about tabrobot, is it will most of the time do more then just find other tabs sites for you. After you type in the name of the song you want, and click on the link it takes u right to the tab you are searching for on the ...(more)
    Books/Tab: On-Line · Posted: 7/9/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  5. St. Anger/Metallica ·
    St. Anger has gotten a lot of mixed reviews and feedback from everyone. In my opinion St. Anger is a good album, but it isn't Metallica! This doesn't even come close to measuring up to the old Metallica material. Even people that love the St....(more)
    Recordings: Metal · Posted: 8/16/2006 by Steven Loney (1000)
  6. Play Album by Great Big Sea ·
    This is my favorite album by Great Big Sea. Each one of their albums is unique in its own way. Even though each one is unique they manage to keep their sound. This albm fully measures up with all their other albums. I like how they have song...(more)
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · Posted: 7/9/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  7. Untouchables Review/Korn by Korn ·
    The album Untouchables by Korn measures up to their other albums without a doubt. It captures the Korn sound very well, and also has their usual kind of lyrics. The album is fine the way it is, and really doesn't need to be changed. The gu...(more)
    Recordings: Metal · Posted: 7/9/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  8. Jimmy Rankin, Song Dog by Jimmy Rankin ·
    This is Jimmy's first solo album. This is a folk rock album, that also takes on a Matchbox 20 sound in spots. This record is fine the way it is in my opinion, and is an excellent start to a solo career now that the Rankin Family is no longer t...(more)
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · Posted: 7/25/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  9. Phil Keaggy/ In The Quiet Hours by Phil Keaggy ·
    Each one of Phil Keaggy's cd's is unique different. Some are acoustic works, and some have lyrics that go along with all the other instrumentation. This is an album that is slow relaxing guitar with other instruments such as the Saxaphone. Ev...(more)
    Recordings: Christian · Posted: 7/25/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  10. Invention Album By Keaggy, King, And Dente by Phil Keaggy, Wes King, Scott Dente ·
    This is the only album that Phil Keaggy, Wes King, and Scott Dente have done together as far as I know. It is 100% of what I expected from these guys. And I wasn't disappointed at all. I love everything about this album and I don't think that...(more)
    Recordings: Christian · Posted: 7/28/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  11. Pavlo by Pavlo ·
    I haven't heard anything else by this artist so I can't say how it would measure up to other albums. I don't try and compare albums anyways. The only thing that could've been different about this album is the order of the songs. They could've...(more)
    Recordings: Flamenco · Posted: 7/28/2003 by Steven Loney (1000)
  12. All Things Must Pass by George Harrison ·
    Dear Emily, Thank you for your review!! Yes, All Things Must Pass was an amazing album to say the least. A lot of people won't buy it though the second they hear it is spiritual type music. People seem right scared of the topic, and saying...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 3/23/2004 by Steven Loney (1000)
  13. The Broad Sword And The Beast by Jethro Tull ·
    Broadsword and the Beast was an album that could be heard as a Jethro Tull album from moment one. Yet it had a different sound than albums like Thick as a Brick or Aqualung. This album had a much more electronic feel, because the synthasizers a...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 5/4/2004 by Steven Loney (1000)
  14. Thick As A Brick by Jethro Tull ·
    This album is kind of on it's own. One could say it could've been better by editing the really raw spots, but that's what makes this album so great in my opinion. It's simply Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick. An album that's raw as hell, yet co...(more)
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 5/4/2004 by Steven Loney (1000)
  15. The Complete Idiots Guide To Music Theory by Michael Miller ·
    This book is great for all musicians. It is easy to follow and will make you a better player no matter what you play. This book has made me a better composer, and I also know how to analyse music 100 times better than before. If you want a go...(more)
    Books/Tab: Theory/Fundamentals · Posted: 4/10/2006 by Steven Loney (1000)