This website back online after busting
The latest issue of Vintage Guitar magazine is now featured on the website. Doug Yellow Bird always does a fantastic and stunning, beautiful design. It’s a pleasure to be involved with the project. Next week we’re headed to GUITARLINGTON, a huge guitar show in TEXAS!
UPDATE: SOLD! $70 for the kit. We figured out the body was made around 1999 and the lenses were from the 1970s. Nice!
This is my father’s old camera. He moved out of the house so I’m selling some of his stuff.
Minolta Maxxum QTsi SLR camera, 2 Quantaray lenses, carry case, mini pod, batteries and 2 rolls of film. Nice classic equipment! $100 OBO 701-215-2553
This was Valentine’s Day 2010, rockin’ out with The Midnights!
We recorded a bunch of songs during our practice that night and pretty much all of them have a missed note or more. Regardless, there are parts in each of them that shine through. The Story of The Midnights Band!
We have a lot of scratched records.
From Alan Greenwood, Publisher, Vintage Guitar magazine ~
On April 9, 2007, Josie Alise Greenwood, my 3-year-old grand niece, died of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. As you may imagine, it was devastating to her family. They formed Team Josie, which participates in the annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life and to date [April 2011] have raised nearly $26,000 for the Society. This year, Team Josie is raffling a PRS SE Singlecut Korina donated by PRS Guitars. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society.
Learn all about it at JosiesHope.org.