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Reunion Blues Vintage Guitars Show - Part 1

Reunion Blues has started a series of Vintage Guitar Road Shows, and invited Premier Guitar to join in and be a sponsor. The first one held at Bananas at Large in San Rafael, CA, saw some very nice collectible guitars. The owner of an '57 Gibson L5C brought in his guitar to be appraised and found it was worth approximately $8000. However, it would have been worth more if it hadn't been modified. More shows are planned across the US so stay tuned for dealer locations and more videos.



Reunion Blues has started a series of Vintage Guitar Road Shows, and invited Premier Guitar to join in and be a sponsor. The first one held at Bananas at Large in San Rafael, CA, saw some very nice collectible guitars. The owner of an '57 Gibson L5C brought in his guitar to be appraised and found it was worth approximately $8000. However, it would have been worth more if it hadn't been modified. More shows are planned across the US so stay tuned for dealer locations and more videos.

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The Man in Black returns with the unreleased Songwriter album. John Carter Cash tells us the story.

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Summons a wealth of engaging, and often unique, boost, drive, distortion, and fuzz tones that deviate from common templates. Interactive controls.

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Danelectro Nichols 1966
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The Danelectro Nichols 1966, in spite of its simplicity, feels and sounds like a stompbox people will use in about a million different ways. Its creator, Steve Ridinger, who built the first version as an industrious Angeleno teen in 1966, modestly calls the China-made Nichols 1966 a cross between a fuzz and a distortion. And, at many settings, it is most certainly that.

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