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May 2014

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1965 Gibson ES-355 Mono Sparkling Burgundy

April 9, 2008
The Gibson ES-355 has been a favorite of blues, rock and jazz musicians since its introduction in the late 1950s. B.B. King, Chuck Berry, Freddy King and Keith Richards
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Gadotti: The 10-string King Nylon Electric

April 9, 2008
10-string guitars have been part of the classical guitar family’s evolution but have never been conceived in an electric nylonstring chambered body design until now. Jeanfranco Gadotti of Gadotti
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EBow Plus

April 9, 2008
Bereft of brightly colored enclosures, footswitches or 1/4” jacks, the EBow has remained unique among guitar effects by not acting like an effect at all. Instead, the EBow requires
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I Coulda Been a Contender!

April 9, 2008
This ‘61 stack knob Jazz bass easily handled the competition. The last few issues we explored all sorts of viable alternatives for a good vintage bass, from vintage refins
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CustomGuitarGear: Jekeko Fixed Wah

April 9, 2008
"Parking" is the technique of moving your wah pedal to find a sweet spot, then stopping when you hear it; if you''re lucky, some muscular, snarly overdrive comes along.
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KORE Recording Concepts

April 9, 2008
Are you the kind of player who likes to use different effects at different parts of a song? Maybe an EQ boost for a solo or a dash of chorus
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Two Rare Birds Jazz Guitarists Will Love

April 9, 2008
In keeping with PG’s theme this month of unique, rare instruments and accessories, we are going to look at two rare birds among jazz amplifiers. Since the beginnings of our
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Boogie Tricks & A Fuse Fix

April 9, 2008
Hey Amp Man, I have a Mesa Boogie Studio .22 that I gig with regularly. It is loud enough with the mic setup I made for it, but I
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May 2008 New Products

April 9, 2008
Ashdown Little Giant Bass Amps The new Ashdown Little Giant 350 and 1000 (shown) bass amps weigh only 6.6 pounds and 7.7 pounds, respectively, and can fit into the
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Geoff Gray - Far & Away Studios

April 9, 2008
One of my mentors in studio recording was a wonderful guy named Geoff Gray who owned Far & Away Studios in New York. I remember graduating from the Center
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