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Mild Slopes: fairly extensive site devoted to pre-MIDI Roland kit. Also has a rather unique voice + emphasis on Quakerism? Good stuff anyhow. Def not yr run of the mill sound-bro blog.
Boozhound Labs: excellent DIY audio blog
Craigslist Vintage Guitar Hunter: that pretty much sums it up. A rolling catalog of whatever dude thinks is a good deal for an old gtr on all the nation’s CLs. Worth checking out to remind yourself that yes there are still good deals out there on old instruments. And this stuff ain’t even buried in a barn somewhere – it’s all advertised on CL.
The Megaphone: vintage microphones & extinct audio equipment. UK-based site; many unusual pieces on display. This fellow also offers microphone repair services and winds his own transformers; my hat is off to that…
http://prewaramps.org: Great site with a single-focus on pre-WWII guitar amps. Lots of images and many schematics unavailable anywhere else.
Stan Coutant’s Microphone information website: an invaluable resource for info on older microphones and broadcast equipment. http://www.coutant.org/contents.html
Vintage Synth Ads: no further explanation necessary. Very thorough.
Tube Date Website: also invaluable. My god this must have taken a lot of time. http://www.mif.pg.gda.pl/homepages/frank/sheets7.html
Redtelephone66: fantastic music blog that mainly covers obscure rock 1965-1973. http://www.redtelephone66.com/
Dangerous Minds: the most consistently fascinating web-aggregator. Totally addictive and inspiring. http://www.dangerousminds.net/
Sound Studies Blog: investigations into the political and social potentials of sound and audio. Combines historical analyses with coverage of modern artists and theorists who create work that addresses these issues.
Home of the Hits: a very deep and thorough blog that investigates 20th century American music from the perspective of smaller record labels and recording studios.