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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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1921 Martin 0-18, Pt. 3

April 9, 2008
Welcome back to the wonderful world of restoration! This 1921 Martin 0-18 resides in the state of Minnesota and has seen its share of cold and dangerously dry weather
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Convoluting Reverb! Pt. 2

April 9, 2008
Last month we talked about convolution reverbs and the technology behind them. This month, let’s take a look at a unique product called Speakerphone, which, among other things, is an
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Henman-Bevilacqua S2

April 9, 2008
The folks at Henman-Bevilacqua know how to make a splash. At this year’s NAMM show, their booth – featuring white everything, including a pair of leather Mies van der
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The Guitorgan

April 9, 2008
Hey Zach! I have an oldie but goodie for you: the way-cool Guitorgan. I’ve owned it for several years and I’m not as much interested in the value as
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May 2008 CD Review

April 9, 2008
If your CD player has been collecting dust since you won that iPod Touch on premierguitar. com, here are two new discs you can spin (or rip to your
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Taylor Road Show: The Solid Body Story

April 9, 2008
How an acoustic guitar company designed a solidbody like no other
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Are You Listening With Your Eyes?

April 9, 2008
Some people have the idea that controls on a new effect should always be set to the midpoint or 12:00 on a hypothetical clock. I’ve heard a variety of answers
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Tubewonder Harmonic Control Amplifier

April 9, 2008
“I don’t know if that cabinet will work – the Tubewonder is kinda finicky about speaker cabinets,” offered the voice on the other end of the phone. It was
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