April 1998 (Issue No. 64)
Interviews with Duncan Sheik, Paco de Lucia, Catfish Keith, Charlie Louvin, and Blue Rags, and more. Building a guitar from a kit. Review of the Martin D-15. Lessons on steady-bass fingerpicking and bluesy bluegrass. 1978 Robert Ruck classical guitar.
- Duncan Sheik
- Paco de Lucia and Jose Torregrosa
- Paco de Lucia and Ramon Sanchez
O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing
- Carl Glaser, arranged by Craig Dobbins
In This Issue
Duncan Sheik makes his mark with smart, sophisticated acoustic pop. By Julie Bergman.
THE SOUL OF FLAMENCO
A rare interview with revolutionary guitarist Paco de Lucia. By Guillermo Juan Christie.
Our annual guide to guitar workshops and Festivals. By Scott Nygaard.
Interviews with Catfish Keith, the Blue Rags, and Charlie Louvin. In memory of Tommy Tedesco.
Albums by Buena Vista Social Club, Eliza Gilkyson, Greg Brown, Chip Taylor, Martin Taylor and the Spirit of Django Band, and Pat Kirtley.
Do It Yourself. Building a guitar from a kit. By David Kilpatrick.
Epiphone Advanced Jumbos; Fatpicks; Mini-Flex soundhole mic.
Steady-Bass Fingerpicking. By David Hamburger.
Bluesy bluegrass lesson. By Steve Pottier.
O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing. Fingerstyle hymn. By Craig Dobbins.
Playing lefty; learning barre chords; factory-made nylon strings.
1978 Robert Ruck classical guitar. By Michael Wright.