Magnatone Giveawya

August Issue

T-Style

Normandy Alumicaster Electric Guitar Review

September 7, 2010
Normandy''s Alumicaster breaks T-style traditions in more ways than just the material
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Hanson Firenze T-90 Electric Guitar Review

August 17, 2010
The T-90 blends Tele-style twang with P-90 growl in a striking-looking package
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Rig Rundown - Brad Paisley's Amps & Effects

August 6, 2010
PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Moline, IL, where she catches up with Chad Weaver--PG Columnist and Brad Paisley's guitar tech--and he walks us through the current selection of amps and effects Paisley is using during his 2010 H2O World Tour.

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Rig Rundown - Brad Paisley's Guitars

August 6, 2010
PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Moline, IL, where she catches up with Chad Weaver--Brad Paisley's guitar tech--and he walks us through Paisley's current lineup of guitars being used on the 2010 H2O World Tour. In this segment, you'll get to see various Bill Crook custom paisley telecasters, a few of Paisley's signature Gibson acoustics, and a newly purchased '65 refinished Stratocaster.
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Reverend Six Gun Electric Guitar Review

July 2, 2010
Reverend''s latest, the Six Gun, combines Strat and Tele attributes with their unique Bass Contour control for a versatile, affordable guitar that''s worth checking out.
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Fender Acoustasonic Telecaster Electric Guitar Review

June 16, 2010
The Acoustasonic Tele produces solid electric, acoustic, and mixed tones for the gigging musician.
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Black Mesa Guitars

May 18, 2010
Black Mesa''s Logicaster shows off luthier Clint Dougherty''s TorsionLogic neck mount design
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Luna Guitars Henna Paisley T Electric Guitar Review

April 29, 2010
The Henna T is a gig-worthy, affordable Tele-style with unique aesthetics
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1969 Fender Thinline Telecaster

April 15, 2010
A refinished fiesta red Thinline
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Stax Records Museum - Cropper & Ike Turner Teles

March 23, 2010
PG's Joe Coffey is On Location in Memphis, TN, where he visits the Stax Records Museum. In this segment, we get to see where and how some of the most legendary soul music was made. Within this video, we get to check out some iconic Stax studio gear like an Ike Turner Telecaster, a Steve Cropper Telecaster, a Steve Cropper ES-175 and Fender Princeton amp, James Alexander's bass used on "Soul Finger," Duck Dunn's P Bass and much more.
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