1985 Frets: Nationals and Dobros – American Ingenuity

Slidin’ Steel – The Resophonic Guitar; Nationals and Dobros – American Ingenuity; A Brief Dobro History; Dobro Lesson – Hawaiian Slide, High “G” Tuning; Slide Seminar – Slants and Patterns; Stanley Clarke and the art of the bass; John Hartford – banjo, fiddle and fancy footwork; Frets visits Folk Roots Dulcimers; Review: Takamine 12-string; more

1985 August Frets Guitar Magazine Back-Issue available at www.GuitarPulp.com

1987 Frets: Mike Marshall & Darol Anger of The Montreux Band

Cover: Mike Marshall (with John Monteleone mandocello) & Darol Anger (with Jay Ifshin fiddle). Features: Mike Marshall & Darol Anger of The Montreux Band; How Mike & Darol make music; Nashville Bluegrass Band; How to buy a violin; John Prine; How To: Saddle Pickup Installation; Guitar Reviews: Artesano Model 20 Classical Guitar; Takamine EF-25S Acoustic/Electric Guitar; more

1987 July Frets Guitar Magazine Back-Issue available at www.GuitarPulp.com

1993 Lives and lessons of the Guitar Player’s Players

Features: Otis Rush; Jeff Beck; James Burton; Ry Cooder; Richard Thompson; Ritchie Blackmore; Acoustic Shootout – in search of the best solid-top for under a grand – 16 guitars rated – Alvarez Timber Ridge Silver Anniversary, Alvarez-Yairi DY70, Charvel 125S-NAT, Fender 1100-SX, Gibson Gospel, Guild D6-S NT, Martin D-1, Ovation Standard Balladeer, Saga Blue Ridge BR-OS, Seagull S6, Sigma SDR-41, Takamine N-10 Natural Series, Taylor 410, Vantage VS-50S, Washburn WD-40S, Yamaha LD-10; Bern Nix; Link Wray -the true godfather of grunge; more

1993 November Guitar Player Magazine Back-Issue available at www.GuitarPulp.com

1978 Takamine Guitars – Workmanship, Value, Performance

Takamine guitars are built by hand. Our experienced craftsmen train their apprentices slowly to maintain a consistent level of quality, year after year. Examine the detail work on a Takamine. It’s an elegant example of the guitar maker’s art. A Takamine sounds as good as it looks. Choice woods from all over the world go into our guitars: spruce, rosewood, jacaranda, mahogany. Each brace is shaped and carefully fit to its soundboard to capture the warm bass and sparkling treble that comes only from a hand-crafted wood guitar…

1978 Takamine Guitars – Workmanship, Value, Performance Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com

1991 Win Nils Lofgren’s Takamine Guitar and favorite Basketball

Nils plays a mean guitar and a killer game of hoops. Now Takamine guitars gives you the chance to win both his favorite guitar and his personal basketball.

The Takamine Natural Series Model EN-10CAN has an antique nutmeg finish and solid cedar top, giving this guitar a sound and look that is warm and elegant. The pickup and parametric EQ project that clarity and warmth with ease. This guitar retails for $1049.50. The winner will also receive a case and a one-year supply of Kaman strings…Your entry must be postmarked no later than June 30, 1991.

1991 Win Nils Lofgren’s Takamine EN-10CAN Guitar and favorite Basketball Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com



1991 Nils Lofgren for Takamine EN-10CAN Guitar

Think acoustic…live electric…play Takamine.

The Takamine EN-10CAN. A superb balance of acoustic warmth and electric techno-perfection.

The solid cedar top and tuned bracing give you a bright timbre with plenty of clarity and projection. Takamine’s highly developed pickup and preamp system complemets the natural sound with smooth response and warm tone.

Nils Lofgren always comes to play, shoots 74% from the floor and taks his Takamine almost everywhere. Nils also has a new album “Lilver Lining” on Rykodisc.

The ball’s in your court. See your Takamine dealer today.

1991 Nils Lofgren for Takamine EN-10CAN Guitar Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com