I'm sure there are still some mistakes here and there..

1). Still photographs: Roseland new music seminar performance in NYC, 7/24/93.
2). The infamous Trees Club show video footage shot in Dallas, Texas on 10/19/91.
3). MTV Studios performance of "Smells Like Teen Spirit," "Polly," and "Territorial Pissings" taped in New York, NY 1990.
4). Guitar World Online, soundcheck. Web address is:
5). Saturday Night Live rehearsal footage. 1993 NBC.
6). "Guitar World" magazine. May 1996.
7). MTV's New Year's "Live and Loud" concert footage at Pier 47 in Seattle, WA, 12/17/93 shown 12/31/93.
8). "In Utero," album, 1993 DGC.
9). "Musician" magazine interview. January 1992.
10). My and Ralph Smith's discussions through e-mail with various people.
11). My phone conversation with Fender, 8/19/96.
12). Clay Guitars Web Page. Web address is:
13). "Hollywood Rock" festival concert footage. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1993.
14). Concert footage; said to be Trenton, NJ, 1991.
15). Various photographs/concert footage.
16). "Live! Tonight! Sold Out!" video. Geffen Home Video, 1994.
17). Saturday Night Live performance, 1993.
18). "Fender Frontline" magazine. Fall 1994 (Vol.14).
19). Still photographs: "Nirvana" (Suzi Black, Omnibus Press) 1992.
20). "Guitar Player" magazine interview. February 1992.
21). "MTV Unplugged" concert video. Fall 1993. Soundtrack released as "MTV Unplugged in New York" (DGC, DGCD-24727) 1994.
22). "Guitar World presents Alternative Guitar" magazine interview. Spring 1994. Ralph Smith feels the interview seems to date from the period right around when "Nevermind" was released.
23). "Doll Parts" music video by Hole. (DGC) 1994.
24). "Guitar Shop" magazine 1994. A review of the 11/15/93 show at the NY Coliseum, NYC.
25). Book: "Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana" by Michael Azerrad (Doubleday). October 1993. Either a picture or in the text.
26). "In Utero" sheet music book (Hal-Leonard pub.) 1994.
27). "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" by R.E.M. (Warner Bros.) 1994.
28). Book: "Ferrington Guitars, Featuring the Custom-made Guitars of Master Luthier Danny Ferrington" (HarperCollins and Callaway Editions) 1992.
29). "Vintage Gallery: Collectable Guitars & Amps" magazine. October 1994, p. 47.
30). Ralph Smith's telephone conversation with Fender, 11/4/94.
31). "Heart-Shaped Box" music video. (DGC) 1993.
32). "Guitar World" magazine (and possibly also a later issue for the item mentioned in parenthesis under the "Recording of 'Nevermind'"). March 1995.
33). "Nevermind," album. (DGC) 1991.
34). "Bleach," album. (SubPop) 1989.
35). "Guitar Shop" magazine. August 1996.
36). "Sliver" music video. (DGC & SubPop?) Year?
37). "From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah," album. (DGC) 1996. Photos from insert and cover.
38). "Guitar World" magazine. October 1996.
39). "Circus" magazine. December 17, 1996.
40). My phone conversation with Jim Vincent, NIRVANA's tour tech from later 1993 through all of 1994. 1/28/97.
41). Chris Lawrence's Equipment Tutorial which also contains information from Earnie Bailey, Kurt's main guitar technician. Web address is: http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Towers/5890/kurtseq.html
42). "In Bloom" music video (DGC). Year?
43). "In Bloom" music video (SubPop). Year? Preceded DGC's video.
44). "Incesticide" album. DGC, SubPop 1992.
45). L.A. Recycler. Web address is: http://www.recycler.com
46). "Lithium" music video (DGC). Year?
47). MTV Video Music Award show, 1992.
48). Reading Festival. London, England. 8/92.
49). "Come As You Are" music video (DGC). Year?
50). Saturday Night Live live performance, 1993.
51). "NIRVANA and the Sound of Seattle," book (more info?).
52). New Year's Eve, 1993, live performance in Oakland, CA.
53). "Goldmine" magazine/newspaper. 2/14/97, Vol 23, No 4, Issue 432. Pg. 16.
54). Jack Endino's web page http://www.nwlink.com/~endino/
55). "Guitar World Presents NIRVANA and the Seattle Sound" magazine. 1993.
56). Information from my conversations with Chris Gill of "Guitar World" magazine, who did the equipment article in the August 1997 issue.
57). "Guitar World" magazine, August 1997.
58). My telephone conversation with Mark Snyder. Mark claims to have built Kurt's amp rack and demoed Kurt Mesa/Boogie gear at the time, Earnie doubts this.
59). My conversations and emails with Earnie Bailey.
60). Various emails.
61). Uncut Legends #2.