Good news, folks: Guitar is alive and well! PG headed south to Atlanta for three days to celebrate performances (and gather guitar details) from Beck, Gary Clark Jr., Tame Impala, Tyler Childers, Incubus, the Struts, Cage the Elephant, Tash Sultana, and more!

Andy Prince

Bad Books’ Andy Prince

Not an original member during the band’s first two album cycles, Andy Prince is now in the low-end driver’s seat and relied heavily on his favorite bass from Manchester Orchestra for the Bad Book’s reset. As explained in the 2019 Rundown, it’s a custom-built P that centers around a lighter body from the ’80s and ’50s-style P neck. The vibrant red color and anodized-gold pickguard are a nod to his grandfather’s favorite instrument. The 4-string is loaded with a set of Seymour Duncan Basslines SPB-3 Quarter Pound P pickups.

The Trigger Fly Capo builds on the original Trigger Capo—Dunlop’s most popular capo design—designed for better handling and tuning stability.

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Introducing the new Boogie Cabinet Series, comprised of new guitar cabinet offerings and long-time Mesa player favorites.

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A 2x2 USB-C audio interface for macOS, iOS, and Windows, designed to kickstart any music or content creation project in the studio or on the go.

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The Hosa MPA-149 Mic Preamp provides an immediate 26dB’s of gain with a -97dBu signal-to-noise ratio, giving users a clean and immediate gain boost for louder, clearer microphone performance.
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