Seymour Duncan and Walrus Audio

May 2015

Gear

Tips for Prospective Buyers, Part 1

April 15, 2010
Thinking of buying a vintage bass? Read this first!
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Build It and They Will Come

April 15, 2010
Sorting through old stompboxes to build a new board
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1969 Fender Thinline Telecaster

April 15, 2010
A refinished fiesta red Thinline
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Knaggs Guitars

April 15, 2010
Storied luthier Joe Knaggs launches his new high-end guitar company. Here''s the story on the past, present and future of Knaggs Guitars.
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Jaguar Junior Amp Review

April 15, 2010
Jaguar knocks it out of the park again with the 17-watt, Class A Junior
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Freekish Blues Freek Out!, Coily Fuzz and Betty Boost Pedal Reviews

April 15, 2010
Freekish Blues pedals marry vintage designs with unique twists and tongue-in-cheek humor
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Wilkins Guitars WJZ Classic Electric Guitar Review

April 15, 2010
Wilkins WJZ is a Jazzmaster-styled custom guitar from a guitar industry veteran
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Focusrite Saffire PRO 24 DSP FireWire Audio Interface Review

April 15, 2010
The Saffire PRO 24 DSP is a useful recording interface for medium-sized recording needs.
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Video Review - Way Huge Aqua-Puss Analog Delay

April 15, 2010
PG's Jordan Wagner takes the Way Huge Electronics Aqua-Puss Analog Delay for spin in his latest review featured in the May issue of Premier Guitar Magazine.

The Aqua-Puss MKII has been reintroduced to the wild with a near spot-on recreation of the original delay pedal. The Aqua-Puss' Delay knob controls the speed from 20ms to over 300ms for cavernous tones. The Feedback control regulates delay duration and intensity, but an extreme setting can send the analog delay into self-oscillatingmode (demoed by Jordan), which can create a hysteria of noises and sounds. And the Blend knob lets you set a balance between dry and delayed signal?from mild to wild.

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Video Review - Jaguar Amplification Junior

April 15, 2010
PG's Pat Smith takes us through his review of the new Jaguar Amplification Junior combo (the full review can be found in the May issue of Premier Guitar magazine).

The Jaguar Junior is a 17 watt class A amplifier and is loaded with 2-12AX7 preamp tubes, 2-EL84 and 1-GZ34 power tubes. It is a single channel amp with high and low inputs. The controls are simplistic and basic -- Master Volume, Volume and Tone. In the back of the amp there is a pentode and triode switch that enables the guitarist to dial back the amp to 7 watts. The over-sized cabinet is packed with a single Customized Celestion G12H Anniversary speaker and the whole package weighs about 45 lbs.

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