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Taylor Road Show: Solid Body Demo

April 9, 2008
Ft. Wayne, IN, (April 9, 2008) - We were On Location in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, as the Taylor Guitars Road Show made a stop at Sweetwater Music. In this video,
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Big Gigs with Strangers

April 9, 2008
John Bohlinger lands a gig on an HDNet concert, and takes us along for the ride.
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Seymour Duncan Product Demonstration Contest

April 9, 2008
Seymour Duncan encourages users to creatively review products on YouTube to win gear
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So You Want to Build a Guitar? Pt. 8

April 9, 2008
Sanding the edges Routing the radius Jigged up for fret dressing Day Five – Final Details From here on, it’s mainly handwork and detailing. Let’s take a look at
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Tapering Off

April 9, 2008
We started discussing pot tapers last month, and we’ll discuss that a little more this month, but first we’ll have a look under the hood, so to speak, at
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Industrial Light & Music: Inside LightWave Systems and the Optical Pickup

April 9, 2008
In the electric guitar world, magnets rule. But new technologies on the market promise to shake up that longstanding truism. PG speaks with Founder and CEO of LightWave Systems,
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Sounding Your Best, Pt. 2

April 9, 2008
dbx’s DriveRack series can help you optimize and align your sound system; the 260 model has up to 2.7 seconds of alignment and zone delay available. This month we
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Let Them Build It and They Will Come

April 9, 2008
Joe Coffey spends 48 hours with Bruce Egnater and learns how to build his own tube amp. Kind of. Click here for videos from the seminar One of the
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Reverend Ron Asheton Signature Guitar

April 9, 2008
For musicians, there’s a bevy of quantifiable ways to gauge one’s popularity and influence on the musical world – the number of records you’ve sold, how many clubs you’ve
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Close Up The Honky Tonk: A Look at Pull-Strings

April 9, 2008
Although the term “B-Bender” refers to a specific string-bending mechanism developed in the sixties by Gene Parsons for Clarence White, it has since become an eponym, encompassing all of
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