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Sound International - November 1978

Editorial
Editorial

News
News

Instruments & Equipment

Communications, disseminations, notifications, announcements, etc, brought to you by the inside dopes (let us out!). Studios & Recording resumes next month.

News
News

Etcetera

Article Group:
Copy Guitar Test Pt 1: Guitars A-G, Basses A-F

Copies of Fender Precisions and Gibson Les Pauls perused, praised, panned and punctiliously plucked by our hand-picked panel of perspicacious pickers.

PART 1: GUITARS A-G, BASSES A-F

A Brief History
Feature

Copies of Fender Precisions and Gibson Les Pauls perused, praised, panned and punctiliously plucked by our hand-picked panel of perspicacious pickers.

Copy Guitars Part 1
Review

Article Group:
Three Guitarists

Continuing our special guitar-shaped issue, Ralph Denyer talks to three different-shaped practitioners of the art — the British Colombian, American and Spanish attitudes to the gee-tar.

Phil Manzanera
Interview

Three Guitarists | Phil Manzanera

Paco Peña
Interview

Three Guitarists | Paco Peña

Ralph Towner
Interview

Three Guitarists | Ralph Towner

Guitar Maker
Interview

Geoff Gale

I'm gonna make you a guitar... Geoff Gale lives up to the promise. Tony Bacon pinches the blueprints.

Stockhausen Part 2
Interview

Stockhausen

In an attempt to win tonight's star prize, the naugahyde lounge suite, Karlheinz answers more questions on his life and career.

EMS Part 2
Feature

Peter Zinovieff

Nigel Jopson takes a further browse around the Electronic Music Studios in company with Peter Zinovieff. Even the typewriters are strange.

The Rhythm Section
Interview

Bassist John Greaves & Drummer Pip Pyle | National Health

Is the National Health coughing up blood? Tony Bacon gets to grips with the current state of the queues and cures. Music for liver salts. The Greaves-Pyle team of whitecoats gives a semi-exclusive interview to a private patient.

Hugh Murphy
Interview

The Producers | Hugh Murphy

Hugh Murphy — a strange case of former Connie Francis assistant publicist taking the Kilburn High Road to find a kind of fame and fortune on the fast train, City to City. Fred Dellar buys a ticket and goes along for the ride.

Music Part 6
Feature

Introducing The Dots...

If you haven't got perfect pitch yet, tune in again to Radio Dave Stewart and try your hand at the quiz that will prove once and for all whether your tone is deaf.

Skywave
Review

Keyboards

Dave Crombie tinkles the gleaming white keys of the J. Lord machine. Luxury you can afford? Find out on page 65.

Second-Hand Drums
Feature

Drums

Pete Randall gives aid to skinbashers whose sound is bigger than their pockets, and goes hunting in second-hand land.

Prokit 62 Mixer
Review

Equipment

Mel Lambert takes the Prokit Mixer kit to the ends of the earth (well, Kensington) and finishes up with saved ackers and a useful board.

Article Group:
Sound Reports & Views

Among the Sound Reports we shall be including this month in SI are the following: (this entry has been cut for space reasons).

Renaissance Reborn
Music Review

Renaissance

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Music Review

This article has no OCR bodytext.Caravansarrived
Music Review

This article has no OCR bodytext.Sound International/Turnkey Competition
Competition

Pin back ver lug'oles, pen an' paper at the ready, and maybe you'll win a 4-track mini-studio. All non-entrants win guaranteed death from envy.

Article Group:
Sound Reports & Views

Among the Sound Reports we shall be including this month in SI are the following: (this entry has been cut for space reasons).

Sound International - Copyright: Link House Publications

 

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