When Nat Daniel founded Danelectro in 1947, he could only play three chords on the guitar. But Daniel, who got his start in the music business making amplifiers outfitted with a newfangled effect called tremolo for Epiphone, knew that a lot of the kids playing their electric guitars through the Silvertone and Airline amplifiers he was making for Sears and Montgomery Ward could only play three chords, too. That's probably one reason why, in...Continue Reading