Seymour Duncan and Walrus Audio

May 2015

EL34

Trash or Treasure: Hiwatt DR103

August 24, 2013
Gear guru Zachary Fjestad appraises a PG reader's iconic half-stack—the same type used by Pete Townshend and other legends.
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Budda Amplification Bully Amplifier Head Shipping Now

August 15, 2013
Budda Amps shipping their newest 120-watt head: the Bully.
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Review Demo - Jaguar HC50

July 3, 2013
Premier Guitar's Shawn Hammond demos the Jaguar HC50 for the August 2013 issue of Premier Guitar.
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Jaguar HC50 Amp Review

July 2, 2013
Jaguar's new HC50 dodges delivers a minimalist, potent, distinctly English-voiced EL34 amp that’s happy dishing immaculate clean tones and more ferocious sounds alike.
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Musikmesse '13 - Gamble Guitars Rockfire Flat Top Standard & Cast Amplification Crunch Classic Demos

April 26, 2013
PG's Shawn Hammond is on location in Frankfurt, Germany, for the 2013 Musikmesse show, where he checks out the Gamble Guitars Rockfire Flat Top Standard and Cast Amplification Crunch Classic.
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Marshall JVM410HJS Amp Review

April 15, 2013
Joe Satriani’s signature 100-watt JVM410HJS builds upon the jack-of-all-trades JVM410H, and is designed to deliver five decades’ worth of Marshall tones from a single head.
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Fargen Amplification Unveils Micro Plex Amp

March 26, 2013
Fargen Amplification announced today it has expanded its line of tube guitar amplifiers with the introduction of the Micro Plex.
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NAMM '13 - Engl Amps Retro Tube 50 Combo & Ironball Demos

February 21, 2013
Premier Guitar's Rich Osweiler is on location in Anaheim, California, for the 2013 NAMM Show where he visits the Engl Amps booth. In this segment, we get to see and hear their two newest amps -- the Retro Tube 50 combo and the Ironball.
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Fuchs Releases Mantis Jr.

February 19, 2013
Available in both 50- and 100-watt versions, the Mantis Jr. is the latest addition to Fuchs'' Mantis line.
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1968 Marshall 50-Watt JMP and 4x12

February 4, 2013
It all started when a drum shop owner couldn’t get rid of three pesky guitarists. If it weren’t for those meddling kids and their gosh-darned guitars, Jim Marshall might
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