International Musician & Recording World Magazine August 1975 Alvin Lee Peter Frampton Bob Henrit
International Musician Aug 1975
4 Letters 6 ALVIN LEE
40 Peter Frampton On Fenderising his Gibson and varying his technique
Our choosy look at the albums coming out that may interest musicians
13 Tuning Fork
End arguments about concert pitch. Build our electronic tuning fork.
M again breaks new ground-. this time with a discussion about amplification between a guitarist, a soundman and an amp manufacturer.
22 In Brief
Our section for odd items. It includes construction details for Stephen Delft's "Blob" and a guitar lead tester.
The artist who was a "face" is still struggling to gain true recognition for his musical talents.
43 Effects Pedals
just how these little boxes became part of our everyday life. X41 Guitar Routing Box
If you undertook last month's project and converted your guitar to stereo, build a routing box to provide ultimate panning flexibility/
48 Music News 56Carlsbro Story
From T. V. repair to corporate boss - Carisbro's struggle to the top
63 APRS Review
Photo Review of highlights at APRS exhibition
67 Dealer News
Who's bought what from where.
73 Round house Studios
How many watts can you get out of a Fender Dual Showman? Here's the truthful answer, and the lowdown on another two amps.
Testing some exotic items like an old Gibson Switch-master alongside new models.
34 Bob Henrit Ace Argent drummer-hopefully to be contributing to I M in the future - talks about his approach to drumming.
36 Studio Choice
Quite why a particular studio becomes popular at one time is a mystery. We seek to solve it by asking top musicians about their choice of studios.
In seeking bands with a buzz going for them the I M team travelled to Nottingham to meet Terrapin and Carlo Santanna (no relation).
Report on London's newest and most futuristic recording studio
77 Studio Diary 81 Dealer of the Month: S.A.I. 85 Golden Earring
During the 1970s, the International Musician Magazine featured extensive interviews with many well known rock, prog, pop and jazz recording artists, such as The Who, ELP, George Benson, Jaco Pastorius, Frank Zappa, Iron Maiden and a host of others. Interviews usually focused on the recording techniques, recording equipment and instrumentation favoured by the artists interviewed.
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