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Hagstrom Viking Baritone
The new 28"-scale Viking Baritone features a maple semi-hollow body with flamed top veneer, a vintage-voice humbucker and P-90, dual volume and tone controls, and 22 frets. Besides being beautiful and sounding great, It's remarkable in two big ways--it's possibly the only semi-hollow production baritone on the market, and it streets for around $700.
Jet City JCA22W
Based on Mike Soldano's Atomic 16 amp, the EL84-powered, 20-watt JCA22W is a dream for guitarists who love hearing pure tube tone onstage but their regular gig is somewhere with pro sound people who want to control the guitar in the mix. To that end, the JCA22W's monitor-like wedge shape enables you to blast your own unadulterated tones into your face while sending a 4x12-simulated direct output to the PA via the side-mounted MicSim output.
Red Jones Head and 1x12This cathode-biased, EL84-powered Red Jones head was inspired by Trainwreck design but puts its own delightfully spanky and punchy tones. The standard model features beautiful mahogany construction, but this custom version features padauk, mahogany, rosewood, and other exotic woods, while the 1x12 cab features a grille that's held on by strong magnets.