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Speakers: 40% of Your Tone

May 20, 2009
Speaker basics from Tony Pasko
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Gibson ES-295: To Refinish or Not to Refinish?

May 20, 2009
A flaking 1955 ES-295 -- Zach weighs the pros and cons of refinishing, and explains what it does to the value of an instrument
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Stratocaster Tone Split Mod

May 20, 2009
Splitting Strat tone controls into two different ranges with separate caps
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Louis Electric KR-12 Amp Head & Cabinet Review

May 20, 2009
Louis Electric''s 50-watt KR-12 head and 2x12 cab deliver classic tones at stage-ready volumes
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Specimen Products Maxwell Custom

May 20, 2009
Specimen Products'' project, based on a rough guitar made by Ian Schneller
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Fritz Brothers Rat Bastard Electric Guitar Review

May 20, 2009
The Fritz Rat Bastard employs mini-humbuckers for a nice variety of sounds
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Cornford Roadhouse 30 Combo Amp Review

May 20, 2009
The Cornford Roadhouse 30 is a portable, affordable option for rock
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Grosh Guitars '59 Spec Set Neck Model

May 20, 2009
Don Grosh Set Neck model - on Gear Search now
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Video Review - Fender Custom '57 Twin-Amp

May 20, 2009
G's Bob Goffstein walks us through his latest review on the Fender Custom '57 Twin-Amp. This reissue is based on the '57 manufactured by Fender's Custom Shop, but features a few changes thrown in versatility's sake. The transformers and choke were built by Mercury Magnetics Company. The '57 includes four Sovtek 12AX7WCs, relabeled Groove Tubes 12AX7R, two Groove Tubes-6L6GE and two Electro Harmonix 5U4GB rectifiers. The speakers are 12" Eminence Alnicos designed by Ted Weber of Weber VST. In addition, this '57 reissue comes with separate Bright and Normal channels, each with its own preamp circuit, separate Volume controls and two jacks, followed by Treble, Bass and Presence controls that are common to both channels.
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Video Review-Takamine Glenn Frey Signature EF360GF

May 20, 2009
PG's Gayla Drake Paul leads us through her latest review on the Takamine Glenn Frey Signature EF360GF. This Takamine guitar is based off a guitar acquired by Glenn Frey in 1994 with the only differences being the back and sides on his signature model are solid rosewood rather than laminated and it features a little GF logo on the headstock. In addition, the EF360GF features Takamine's proprietary onboard electronics. The neck is said to feel like a Les Paul and is 1-11/16" wide.
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