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Articles by Adam Perlmutter

Line 6 DT50 112 Combo Amp Review

January 17, 2011
Without scores of onboard digital effects, the DT50s ostensibly offer a simpler path to classic, authentic tube tones, response, and feel— everything from clean Fender and Vox flavors to high-gain Marshall tones.
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Teye Guitars La Pirata Custom Plus Electric Guitar Review

January 17, 2011
A single-pickup, metal-faced guitar with an unexpectedly wide range of tones
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DLS Effects Versa Vibe Pedal Review

January 17, 2011
The Versa Vibe is a compact, pure analog unit with tons of very cool vibrato effects on tap.
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Jake Shimabukuro: Hawaii Four-O

December 21, 2010
The uke revivalist ups the ante (again) with a 4-string tour de force—including a solo rendition of Queen’s epic “Bohemian Rhapsody”—on his new album, "Peace Love Ukulele."
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Wechter Pathmaker PM-7352 Electric Guitar Review

December 21, 2010
The PM-7352 is designed to deliver studio-quality acoustic tones through the use of the Graph Tech Ghost Acousti-Phonic system, and endless pickup options using Seymour Duncan Triple Shot system
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Electroplex Rocket 22 Amp Review

December 21, 2010
Electroplex has jumped back into the fray with the Rocket 22—a 2-channel amp powered by a pair of 6V6 tubes
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Vox HDC-77 Electric Guitar Review

December 21, 2010
Capitalizing on the success of the Virage line, Vox recently introduced the less expensive, but equally cool Virage II series of guitars.
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Recording King RD-327 Acoustic Guitar Review

December 3, 2010
The RD-327 offers vintage styling and all solid wood for under $1000
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Builder Profile: Splawn Amplifiers

November 16, 2010
Scott Splawn tells how his four-person operation evolved from modding his own plexis to customizing stock Marshalls as a dealer and finally to building “brown sound” wonders for players like Steve Stevens and prolific metal producer Adam Dutkiewicz.
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Snowy White: Wailing on the Wall

November 16, 2010
Pink Floyd first recruited Snowy White and his ’57 goldtop Les Paul to back them on the road in 1976. Thirty-four years later, vocalist/bassist Roger Waters is still relying on the bluesman and his handful of Boss and Line 6 pedals to pull off an epic presentation of "The Wall."
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