Guitar Player's Video Review Of The Campbell American Caledonian

Just finished watching Guitar Player Magazine's recent video review of the Caledonian––one of Campbell American's newer models. I take a keen interest in pretty much everything Campbell American does these days, because when I did my hands-on review of their first model, the Precix, back in August of '06, I really fell head over heels for the …

Campbell American Unveils Latest Creation: The UK-1

Well, I'm not at all sure when they made the official announcement, but cruising Campbell American's site this morning I came upon what looks to be the latest edition to their family of fine hand made guitars––the UK-1. If you've never heard of Campbell American, they're a boutique guitar maker out of New England's Blackstone Valley, and suffi…

Sneak Peek: Campbell American's Caledonian

Well, my friend Dean over at Campbell American was kind enough to send me a little bit of eye candy the other morning, and I thought I'd share it with you all. This is a photo of one of Campbell American's newest models, the Caledonian, and while this particular guitar is absolutely loaded with goodies (hence the $3100 list price––$24…

Campbell American Announces Limited Edition Nelsonic Transitone

Well, it looks like the good folks at Campbell American are at it again––this time with a strictly limited edition run of their new Nelsonic Transitone: a hand-made, double humbucker beauty, with funky retro styling, top-shelf hardware, and enough attitude to go around. The Transitone was born out of a collaboration between Campbell A…

REVIEW: Campbell American's Precix

I suppose this will come as no great surprise to most of my readers, but one of the nicest benefits of writing at EGR is that I get to play a whole lot of great instruments that I'd probably never have access to otherwise. Call me crazy, but this is the greatest job in the world... even if it is just a hobby. Most recently, thanks to Dean Campbell…