Acoustic Guitar Magazine July 2015 Issue Preview

On the Cover Kaki King Focus on Hoarders, Collectors & G.A.S. Sufferers The Collector: Maple Byrne cares for Emmylou Harris’ guitars . . . and more than a few of his own. If Money Were No Object: readers and industry leaders discuss their dream guitars. Features and Departments Evolutionary Guitar: with the neck as a …

Martin Promotes Theresa Hoffman to International Sales Manager

C.F. Martin & Co.’s Theresa Hoffman has been promoted to International Sales Manager, and the longtime Martin employee will be focusing on global customer satisfaction, product sales growth, and brand management. Since joining the company in 2001, Hoffman has worked as a manufacturing operator, quality assurance technician, and engineering product manager. She spent her first three and a …

Acoustic Guitar Magazine June 2015 Issue Preview

On the Cover ­­­­­­­­­­ Jerry Garcia Focus on “Must-See Guitar Shops & Factory Tours” A guide to US guitar factory tours. Features and Departments In the Afterglow: Singer-songwriter José González’s latest CD explores dream-like imagery and ponders philosophical questions. Keeping It Simple: Caitlin Canty found songs inside a smoky 1930s flattop. Good Things, Small Packages: …

Live Concert Streaming Service Takes Off

About 15 years ago, a pop duo known as Evan and Jaron, identical twins, rose up the charts with the infectious, hook-laden “Crazy for This Girl.” (Fans of Dawson Creek will surely remember this hit from its appearance in the cult TV show.) Unfortunately, the career of Evan and Jaron plateaued soon after this breakthrough, …

Acoustic Guitar Magazine May 2015 Issue Preview

On the Cover ­­­­­­­­­­ Three to Get Ready . . . .Brandi Carlile and the Hanseroth twins self-produce a powerhouse new CD. Focus on “Have Guitar, Will Travel” Traveling Hard: Musicians learn the rules of the road in pursuit of their dreams. Keep Calm & Carry On: New rules for flying with an instrument remove …

FAA Issues Long-awaited Travel Guidelines for Musicians

Airline travel can make people want to pull out their hair even under the best of circumstances, but it can be nothing less than traumatizing for musicians afraid of damaging a valuable instrument. Now, thanks to new rules set to take effect March 6, string musicians can feel more secure and protected when traveling with …