Fretboard Journal #54

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Our 54th issue of the Fretboard Journal once again yields a coffee-table book-sized peek at the fretted instrument world’s untold tales. If you love gear, beautiful photography and great storytelling, this is for you. 

In this issue: Bluegrass stalwart Peter Rowan describes his time with Bill Monroe, the magic of Clarence White, and so much more; session guitar ace/producer Matt Sweeney talks about the long-awaited return of Guitar Moves; a profile on Anne C. Elliott, the illustrator behind the famed armadillo cover of Leo Kottke's 6 & 12 String Guitar album; the shopping habits of guitarist Robert Quine; a visit to Rudy Pensa of Rudy's Music fame; guitars from the 1800s; singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy; and so much more. 

Our 54th edition has a bit of everything: Odes to New York’s guitar scene; tributes to beautiful guitar places; a bluegrass legend, inspiring singer-songwriters, the restoration of one of Johnny Cash’s Martins, 1800s-era guitars, and all points in-between.

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