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SUHR 18-watt Badger Combo

January 9, 2008
If you’re a handwired boutique amp fan, it’s hard not to be overwhelmed by the recent spate of 18-watt combos – there are now more low-wattage options available to
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Maxon Nine Series Pedals

January 9, 2008
Maxon has recently released three new overdrive pedals and a new take on an old favorite delay. What sets these pedals apart from traditional reissue pedals is the fact
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Redland Music Products AxeMat

January 9, 2008
We’ve all put our guitars on some ridiculous things to keep them comfortable while we’re working: pillows, mattresses and even the occasional tour t-shirt. It’s certainly not the most
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Duesenberg Heartbreakers 30th Anniversary Mike Campbell Signature Guitar

January 9, 2008
In case you''re not up to speed on Duesenberg guitars, here''s a quick primer: founded by Dieter Gölsdorf, a leader in design and innovation for decades, Duesenberg makes instruments
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Boss DS-1 Mods

January 9, 2008
If you’ve been in a music store anytime since 1978, you’ve no doubt seen the ubiquitous orange Boss DS-1 Distortion pedal. Universally recognized as a good, inexpensive distortion pedal, you’ve
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1959 Gibson Flying V

January 9, 2008
Competition from other companies always pressed Gibson into coming up with some of its most innovative designs. The rivalry with Epiphone in the twenties and thirties spurred both companies
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1962 National Studio 66 Model

January 9, 2008
A great playing guitar with “Gumby” headstock and Brazilian rosewood fretboard. It’s Sea Shell Pink with a seashell-shaped pickup that sounds like a big Tele. Even the most jaded
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The Four Rs

January 9, 2008
Hello all and welcome back to The Low End. This month we’ll begin exploring the four Rs of vintage-style basses: refins, relics, replicas and reissues. But why are we
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Dissecting Distortion Pt. 2

January 9, 2008
Last month we talked about tube distortion and how overdriving a larger signal into a tube can cause it to distort. Keep in mind that these terms are often
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Ribbons 101

January 9, 2008
Let’s start this column out by taking a look at ribbon microphones and how they can help you capture some great guitar sounds. Don’t think they should just sit
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