November 1992 (Issue No. 15)
Interviews with Leo Kottke, Chilean band Inti-Illimani, and Dave Van Ronk. A guide to vintage guitars. Lessons on Northumbrian pipe tunes, dealing with calluses, and fingerpicking the blues. Stromberg Master 400.
- Leo Kottke
- Scott Joplin, arranged by Dave Van Ronk
You Cannot Win 'Em All
- Steve Forbert
- Traditional, arranged by Russell Letson
In This Issue
WORDS AND MUSIC
Leo Kottke's travels with guitar and voice. By Jim Ohlschmidt.
A guide to the volatile new world of guitar collecting. By Michael Wright.
FRAGMENTS OF A DREAM
Inti-Illimani's long journey into political exile and home again. By Jackson Braider.
DOIN' THAT RAG
Thirty years of fine fingerpicking with Dave Van Ronk. By Beth C. Fishkind.
Reviews of albums by Jonas Hellborg, Jeff Linsky, Joe Henry, and John Cephas and Phil Wiggins.
Finding the right teacher; tripping over mistakes; childhood mentors and inspirations. By Sharon Isbin.
No Frills. Steve Forbert's penetrating songs chronicle life on the long and bumpy road. By Holly Crenshaw.
Caring for Calluses. Some remedies and suggestions from the pros. By Tim Burr.
Piping Up. Exploring Northumbrian pipe tunes for fingerstyle guitar. By Russell Letson.
The Amplification Maze. How to find your way to the right sound at the right price. By Chris Proctor.
Fingerpicking Blues. By Harold Streeter.
Relief grooves in steel=string guitar bridges;brass bridge pins; Fingerstyle Quarterly magazine.
Stromberg Master 400. By Julie Schnepf.