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Fender Introduces Pawn Shop Series Guitars

April 1, 2011
Fender is proud to continue its long tradition of innovation by introducing the new Pawn Shop Series guitars.
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Jackson Unveils Scott Ian Signature Model Soloist

March 31, 2011
The Scott Ian T-1000 Soloist features a super-sized mahogany body with a maple top and Seymour Duncan pickups.
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Carvin Announces Brian Bromberg Signature Basses

March 30, 2011
Available in four and five-string models, the new Bromberg B24 and B25 basses are designed to please the most discriminating bass player.
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Recording King Introduces the RD-316 Adirondack Top Acoustic

March 30, 2011
The RD-316 is an adirondack top, all solid, nitrocellulose finished guitar with a MAP of $689.
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Morley Releases Twin Mix ABY Box

March 29, 2011
The Twin Mix allows for quick easy signal routing when using two inputs and/or two outputs without cumbersome and complicated Midi switching systems.
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FEA Labs Introduces the Photon Fuzz

March 29, 2011
The Photon Fuzz gets its name from an active component in the circuit that utilizes infrared light to control the fuzz distortion element.
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Joe Barden Engineering Introduces Ric 4001/4003 Bass Pickups

March 28, 2011
The R4000 Styple pickups are designed to be quiet, powerful and responsive—and expand the tonal palate of the bass.
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Ruppert Musical Instruments and Lehle Introduce Basswitch IQ DI

March 25, 2011
The Basswitch IQ DI opens up new dimensions in bass-signal amplification and routing by providing multiple functions in a single compact unit that''s designed to be used either in stand-alone mode or as the control center of a pedalboard.
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EVH Introduces USA Wolfgang Custom and Stealth Guitars

March 25, 2011
Both are distinctive variations on the hugely successful original model, the USA-made EVH Wolfgang guitar designed by Eddie Van Halen.
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GuitarFetish Introduces Earl Slick's Slickstraps

March 24, 2011
Slickstraps are all designed by Earl Slick in his New York studio.
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