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ROLAND CUBE 30X AMPLIFIER

Posted in Amplifiers, Gear    //    Post Date - September 11, 2007

ROLAND CUBE 30X AMPLIFIER September 11, 2007 | Reviewer: Reza Nasseri Distributor: ROLAND AUSTRALIA (02) 9982 8266 The Roland Corporation was born in 1972, and although the name Roland conjures up images of a crimson-haired Scottish man with mutton-chops, the company was actually founded by the very Japanese Ikutaro Kakehashi. For…

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TAKAMINE EG523SC ACOUSTIC GUITAR

Posted in Acoustic Guitars, Gear    //    Post Date - September 11, 2007

TAKAMINE EG523SC ACOUSTIC GUITAR September 11, 2007 | Reviewer: Marcel Yammouni Distributor: PRO MUSIC www.promusicaustralia.com Nestled at the base of Takamine Mountain in Sakashita, Japan, Takamine Guitars have over 40 years of history dedicated to the art and craft of guitar making. Many renowned guitar players such as Pete Townsend,…

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ROLAND JUNO-G

Posted in Gear, Keyboards (digital & acoustic)    //    Post Date - September 11, 2007

ROLAND JUNO-G September 11, 2007 | Reviewer: Gordon Ryder Distributor: ROLAND AUSTRALIA (02) 9982 8266 Mention the name Juno to someone who has been around electronic instruments for a while and you’re likely to have an ‘I remember that’ conversation. After all Roland have used the name Juno on many keyboards,…

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TROY CASSAR-DALEY-BORN TO SURVIVE

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - September 10, 2007

TROY CASSAR-DALEY-BORN TO SURVIVE September 10, 2007 | Author: Eva Roberts From the launch of his career as a fledgling country artist who just liked playing music, to writing with some of the biggest names in the Australian music industry, the story of Troy’s journey to success is a classic…

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TIM ROGERS

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - September 10, 2007

TIM ROGERS September 10, 2007 | Author: Joe Matera Just as politicians are prone to changing their minds, so too are musicians. Whereas pollies do it clumsily and usually to save face, musicians tend to do it more on a creative whim, a change of musical direction, a change of gear…

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LIAM FINN

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - September 10, 2007

LIAM FINN September 10, 2007 | Author: Greg Phillips Amid a haze of white noise at a packed East Brunswick Club, Liam Finn launched into a freefallin’ performance of tracks from his new solo album ‘I’ll Be Lightning’. The flexibility of his one man band ethos (plus a backing vocalist) allowed…

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JACK HOWARD

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - September 10, 2007

JACK HOWARD September 10, 2007 | Author: Steve Tauschke Three albums into a solo career, former Hunters & Collectors trumpet man Jack Howard celebrates a new record You’re a music teacher at Wesley College in Melbourne … do song ideas sometimes come to you while teaching? The jazz ensembles, when…

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IAN MOSS & CHRIS CHENEY TALK GUITAR!

Posted in Artists, Special Features    //    Post Date - September 10, 2007

IAN MOSS & CHRIS CHENEY TALK GUITAR! September 10, 2007 | Author: Greg Phillips. Photos by Marty Williams The ABBA tribute band was churning out passable cover versions of the Swedish icon’s hits in an inner suburban rehearsal complex, oblivious to the fact that today, two of Australia’s all time…

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ERAN JAMES

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - September 10, 2007

ERAN JAMES September 10, 2007 | Author: Greg Phillips A few years ago I saw singer Eran James perform on a minor stage at the back of the Myer Music Bowl during the Melbourne International Blues Festival. It was reasonably early in the day and most people who witnessed Eran’s performance…

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EDITORS

Posted in Artists, Interviews    //    Post Date - September 10, 2007

EDITORS September 10, 2007 | Author: James Manson. Pics by Marty Williams With their second album, An End Has a Start debuting at number one in the UK, Birmingham band , Editors made a lightning visit to our shores and finally gave Australian audiences the chance to experience first hand…

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