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Russian sanctions result in a shortage of prized vacuum-tube guitar amps
Few factories make the tubes, valued for the sound quality they bring to amplifiers. A run on the market is driving up prices.
How this music store owner is dealing with skyrocketing demand and a stalling supply chain
Demand for instruments hasn't slowed down during the pandemic, and the reopening of venues means even more business.
For Guster's Adam Gardner, sustainable logging is part of the music
A musician tries to root out guitars made from poached wood.
A check on equity-based crowdfunding
Georgia was one of the first states to allow this type of regulated crowdfunding.
The Transaction: The right price
The love and heartbreak of a musician's first guitar.
Gibson CEO: We're so much more than guitars
Iconic guitar company moves into headphone business, leases Tower Records building in L.A.
Guitar-maker Fender helps to revive IPO market
Fender Musical Instruments, whose electric guitars fueled the rise of rock and roll, is going public to tap new music markets in India and China.
Guitar makers worried about wood import law
Gibson Guitar was raided by the Justice Department last year. Now instrument makers want clarification on a law that protects endangered trees.
Les Paul Google Doodle
"Well that's the coolest one of these I've ever seen," said my 10-year-old son this morning when I showed him the Google Doodle (google.com home...