Ed and John are blown away this week by a startlingly great example of a 1959 Epiphone Coronet. If you’re looking to rip someone’s head off with a wall of sound, you might want to listen in to this episode.
This week we dive into the world of Nat Daniel, founder of Danelectro. You won't believe how this guy's mind worked. You won't want to miss the cool tones of a 1958 U3, either.
Do you think Leo Fender just cut bait and ran after he got that sinus infection and sold Fender in 1965? Nope. He picked himself up, got back down to his fighting weight, and ended up making more guitars! John and Ed take a closer look at a Legacy, from Leo's G&L days.
Nothing can stop the Hoshinos! This week Ed and John have gotten hold of a 1982 Ibanez Artist. Listen as they travel from Spain, to Japan, to America, to bring you the history behind the company responsible for this fine instrument.
This week we discuss Hagstrom guitars, once made in the great land of Sweden. How did a major accordion manufacturer decide to make guitars? Join Ed and John as they attempt to decode the multitude of switches on a 1967 Hagstrom III