International Musician & Recording World Magazine February 1977 Eagles Jon Hiseman + Santana poster

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International Musician & Recording World Magazine February 1977 Eagles Jon Hiseman + Santana poster

International Musician Feb 1977 includes mint condition Carlos Santana poster by Yamaha.


26 News A look at recent happenings in the biz
30 Letters Tony Bacon delves into the IM. postbag
32 Eagles Felder on Fenders and things
40 Build A Solid Guitar Part 2 Stephen Delft’s second solidity segment.
43 Build A Small Guitar Amp And when we say small ...
44 Small Things A multilingual mixture
48 Soundcheck Mark Sawicki gets into the Music . . . Man
52 Soundcheck Mmmmmmm the new MM poweramp.
54 Guitarcheck Old and new: Gibson violin bass and Yamaha SG1500
60 Drumcheck Henrit sounds out a Sonor kit So
64 Keyboardcheck Rod Argent tinkles on a Yamaha BK20 organ
69 Tuned Percussion Bill Le Sage on the Ludwig/Musser range of vibraphones
76 Billy Preston Discusses God’s plans etc.
84 Jon Hiseman Talks of drum tuning, a new album and more.
87 In Brief Synths, echo and digital delay — briefly
91 Drum Sunday A report from the States on the annual Gene Krupa award
93 Albums Some recent vinyl offerings get the old I.M. ear’ole test
96 Dealer Of The Month Cymbles of Belfast 
108 Gibson Market Report Dealers think .. . and then speak
127 Studio Diary  Who's been recording what where
128 Trade News A took at recent happenings in the Trade 
436 Frankfurt Fair 
Preview I.M, takes an in-depth look at the Trade’s European Event of the Year
163 Microphones Mark Sawicki’s technical view of the vocalist’s tool
171 Competition Winners The Combo Comp —now it can be revealed
174 Asba Bob Henrit visits the factory
195 Dealer Guide
196 Studio Guide
197 Hire Guide
198 Classified
201 Readers’ Service

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