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1970 Chet Atkins Guitar Festival first place winner Douglas Niedt 1-Page Article
Chet Atkins presents Douglas Niedt of St. Louis, Missouri the Top Money Award for winning first place in the Acoustic Guitar Division during the First Annual Chet Atkins Guitar Festival, Nashville, Tennessee. Jim Miller of Hialeah, Florida, was the winner of the electric guitar category. Each winner received a check in the amount of $1500 from Atkins.
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1970 Jimi Hendrix Obituary 2-Page Article
Jimi Hendrix 1946-1970

To those of us who met Jimi through the concert circuits, he was the exact opposite of his stage performance. It was sometimes hard to believe that this soft-spoken man was the same person who burned his axe on stage in a Townshend (The Who) fashion...
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1974 Chet Atkins Biography Country Gentleman released 1-Page Article
Country Gentleman is Chet Atkins' biography (with a little editorial help from Bill Neely). It's hard to imagine any other book that can boast an index with such listings as George Barnes, Les Paul, Hank Garland, Christopher Parkening, Django Reinhardt, Grady Martin, and numerous other guitarists...
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1974 George Benson 3-Page Article
Playing white man's music, but playing it black. ...Is George Benson the best jazz guitarist of the Seventies? The Playboy All-Star Poll, the Grammy Awards and many of the hippest jazz musicians say yes.

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1974 Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake & Palmer 3-Page Article
Greg Lake is the surrounded L in ELP, the British trio which has brought to the forefront the power of classical music in a rock format. Revolving around Keith Emerson's keyboard wizardry, it is Greg's indisputably precise bass playing and  incomparably expressive singing which form the foundation of the band...
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1978 Doug Jernigan Pedal Steel Guitar Player Interview 5-Page Article
Doug Jernigan - Nashville Pedal Steeler mixing jazz and country with the likes of Vassar Clements, Little Jimmy Dickens, Johnny Paycheck, and Bucky Pizzarelli.
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1978 Guitar Player Magazine's Poll Winners 3-Page Article
Hundreds of you cast ballots for those you feel are the best - and not necessarily the most popular guitarist in each of the 15 categories. Overall Best Guitarist - Steve Howe; Best Rock Guitarist - Jimmy Page; Best Jazz Guitarist - Al DiMeola; Best  Bass Guitarist - Stanley Clarke; Best New Talent - Eddie Van Halen; Best Acoustic Blues - Michael Bloomfield; Best Electric Blues - Johnny Winter; Best Steel Guitarist - Buddy Emmons; continued below...
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1979 Arnie Berle Guitar Lesson - Combining Modal Chords 1-Page Article
...last month I gave an example of a composition based on the A phrygian mode, called Ophelia, by Mike Santiago. It was taken from the album White Trees by Santiago and his group Entity. This month I want to show you the exact chords and  voicings that Mike used on the record...
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1979 Bob Heil Sound What's In A Name 6-Page Article
Robert Gene Heil, president of Heil Sound, can thank some German ancestor for his last name and Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia for sticking it onto Heil's company. That was back in '69 when Bob operated out of a tiny retail store and Jerry was bogged down with filling out contractual forms in quintuplet. He was also using Heil's PA system. "He probably doesn't even remember," Bob laughs, "but I'll never forget...
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1979 Brian Jeffery Fernando Sor Biographer 6-Page Article
Brian Jeffery is a 40-year-old British guitarist, lutenist, musicologist, editor, and publisher who is among the handful of scholars today working to fill some of the long-standing musicological gaps in the history of the guitar. One of his most recent projects, for example, is a full-length biography of the early 19th century Spanish composer / guitarist Fernando Sor. The book, Fernando Sor, Composer And Guitarist...
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