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RIP Custom Guitars

There is one thing that separates the successful painter/writer/craftsmen/musicians from everyone else. Some think it’s some gift of inspiration, while others believe that it comes down to so-called “natural talent”. Wrong. No, the one thing that separates the “artist” from the hobbyist and wannabe is work. Plain ol’, showin’ up every day, work. Don’t think…

KSM Music

A good indicator of just how much you really want something is just how hard you’re willing to work for it. For Kevin Moore, in the beginning, it was that first guitar. “The first guitar I owned was a 1972 Japanese Kimberly that I bought new from an electronics store here in Logan, the name…

Highwind Amplification

Highwind Amplification

Jordan Gale of Highwind Amplification has a problem. It’s is a problem common to the entrepreneur and the artist alike: getting what’s going on inside your head out into the world. It started, as these things often do, as a hobby. A Christmas gift from his father and uncle, Jordan’s first guitar was a Dean…

Malyse Intende

Sometimes it’s the things we don’t like that point us toward what we want to do. For David Kirkham of Malyse Intende, it was his very first guitar. “My first bass was a black, off-brand PJ bass. I had it for about three months before I was ready for an upgrade. I traded it in…