Magnatone Giveawya

August Issue

Articles by Adam Moore

Amplified Endeavors

June 10, 2008
Gear expos are a lot of fun, but they require an inordinate amount of behind-the-scenes work to pull them off. Loni Specter has been the singular driving force behind
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McPherson MG 3.5 Review

June 10, 2008
McPherson challenges acoustic traditions with the MG 3.5
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Northwestern Exposure: Marcus Eaton Interview

June 10, 2008
The word “acoustic” frequently conjures up images of stoic folk strumming, but a new crop of players are aiming to redefine the instrument. We speak with Marcus Eaton about
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Tanglewood Guitar Company UK: TW15 H-B Dreadnought Review

June 10, 2008
The Tanglewood Guitar Company UK''s TW15 H-B brings acoustics back to their roots
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Eminence Red Fang 12" Speaker Review

May 15, 2008
Eminence''s Red Fang, from the Red Coat line, brings the British sparkle.
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Taylor Made: an Exclusive Tour Through the Taylor Factory

May 12, 2008
A look inside the processes behind Taylor guitars
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Industrial Light & Music: Inside LightWave Systems and the Optical Pickup

April 9, 2008
In the electric guitar world, magnets rule. But new technologies on the market promise to shake up that longstanding truism. PG speaks with Founder and CEO of LightWave Systems,
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Reverend Ron Asheton Signature Guitar

April 9, 2008
For musicians, there’s a bevy of quantifiable ways to gauge one’s popularity and influence on the musical world – the number of records you’ve sold, how many clubs you’ve
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Out of the Abyss: The Story of Abyss’ Rise to Kevin L. Pederson Guitars

March 11, 2008
Kevin Pederson has been building Abyss Guitars for 12 years, but with a name change on the horizon, how will the transformation affect business? An interview with Kevin Pederson
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Mercury Magnetics: Epiphone Valve Jr. Mod Kit

March 11, 2008
By now, you’re probably familiar with the Epiphone Valve Jr., the tiny, low-wattage, low-budget amplifier that hit store shelves a few years back and single-handedly energized a cadre of
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