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Gear

1966 Fender Jazzmaster

February 11, 2010
It may not be a funky, cheap guitar, but sometimes a familiar, vintage piece is just what you need to see. That’s why we’re bringing you this pristine ’66 Jazzmaster.
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Electrical Guitar Company

February 11, 2010
Electrical Guitar Company draws inspiration from Travis Bean, et al, by using aluminum in the construction of their instruments
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Back in the Rack: The Return of Lee Jackson’s GP-1000

February 11, 2010
Vintage rack gear? A look into the history of Lee Jackson''s GP-1000, the first mass-produced rack preamp.
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Marshall JCM-800 Combo

February 11, 2010
Background and value of a JCM-800 1x12 combo
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You Can Build It, Yes You Can

February 11, 2010
Been thinking about building a guitar? Just do it! Here are some tips for getting started.
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Boss eBand JS-8 Review

February 11, 2010
BOSS eBand allows you to jam along with an array of backing tracks using COSM-modeled amps and effects.
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Tradition S2000 Deluxe Electric Guitar Review

February 11, 2010
Quality and affordability meet in this single-cut from Tradition
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Funky, Cheap Electrics: Formerly Low End Kitsch... Now Cool Collectibles

February 11, 2010
From Supro to Tiesco to EKO to Vox, Airline, Harmony, Mosrite and more, we look into the charm and market for cheap, funky vintage electrics.
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Kilpatrick Audio Chora Lush, Echo Centric, Vibro Man and Lush Puppy Pedal Reviews

February 11, 2010
Kilpatrick''s four pedals each pack two feature sets for an impressive set of modulation effects
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NAMM '10 - Red Witch Medusa Chorus/Tremolo Demo

February 11, 2010
PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Anaheim, CA, for the 2010 NAMM Show where she swings by the Red Witch Analog Pedals booth. In this segment, we get to check out two of their newest pedal offerings -- the Medusa Chorus/Tremolo and the Titan Delay.

The Medusa is a reissue of a popular pedal first built years ago by Red Witch's creator Ben Fulton. Upon popular demand, they re-released the Medusa which is a Chorus and Tremolo pedal that can work as either or a combination of the two.

The Titan Delay is an analog delay pedal with not one, not two, but three completely independent delay units. The Titan's triumvirate of time tantalizers allows you to create an array of truly unique and original delay sounds. Voiced for the ultimate analog styled sound, the Titan provides three 800m/sec delays. They use the classic analog delay compander to ensure the ultimate recreation of an analog flavored delay, which works hand in hand with their more contemporary delay engines.

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