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International Musician & Recording World - November 1975

Editorial
Editorial

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Les Paul
Interview

Les Paul

Father of the electric guitar, inventor of multitrack recording, Les talks about his life and his work.

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Music Review

Article Group:
SoundCheck

Bench tests on Canary mixer and Wem Dominator

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GuitarCheck

Dynelectron Kimbara bass and 1957 Gibson twin neck.

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GuitarCheck

Dynelectron Kimbara bass and 1957 Gibson twin neck.

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Competition

Your chance to win a professional PA system.

Ludwig Rainbow Vistalite
Review

DrumCheck

Bob Henrit reviews the new Ludwig acrylics.

Haven 61 Portable Organ
Review

KeyboardCheck

on the new Haven 61 portable.

Steve Howe
Interview

Steve Howe

How it is to be solo

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Feature

How much the gigs are worth and what the acoustics are like - among other things

The Guitar Makers
Feature

Chris Eccleshall

Visiting the new craftsmen. This month, Chris Eccleshall.

Carlsbro Sound Centre
Feature

Dealer of the Month

Carlsbro Sound Centre, Mansfield

Steve Hillage
Interview

Steve Hillage

PA Systems Part 1
Feature

An explanation of PA complexities.

Russ Ballard
Interview

Russ Ballard

Buzz
News

The bands coming big in Edinburgh

EMI Studios
Feature

Abbey Road

Perhaps the most famous recording studio in the world explored by IM's Eamonn Percival

Hire
Feature

Where To Hire The Things You Cant Afford To Buy

Where to hire the things too expensive to buy.

International Musician & Recording World - Copyright: Cover Publications Ltd, Northern & Shell Ltd.

 

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