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Here’s the incredible Jason Becker during the days of David Lee Roth’s A Little Ain’t Enough. It was during the recording of that album, of course, that Jason noticed the onset of ALS. Ad scanned from Guitar for the Practicing Musician, January 1992.

Remember '95?

Remember ’95?

Candlebox sold more than four million albums in the ’90s. This ad comes from GuitarWorld, March 1995 when the band’s Lucy was new. In that same issue Klett is featured in an article and the group’s bass player Bardi Martin shows up in a full page Tobias ad. Recently the band passed through Kansas City playing at a small club. Kudos to them for keeping on.

Bob Kulick’s little brother

This ad for SIT strings dates to Bruce Kulick’s stint in Kiss, specifically to the Revenge album. Scanned from Guitar School, July 1992.

From the Rooney Archive.


Not sure how many endorsement deals Jackyl had in the ’90s, but this one would’ve appeared at the height of their commercial success. Push Comes to Shove came out in ’94 and its title track went to #7 on the “mainstream rock” chart. Main man Jesse James Dupree does not appear in the ad, though a caricature of his chainsaw does.

Scanned from Guitar for the Practicing Musician, March 1994.

Miguel Rascón

Here’s Coal Chamber’s Meegs Rascón for SIT strings. This ad appeared following the release of the band’s second album, Chamber Music. Taken from Guitar Player, April 2000.