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Submissions Open: Show Us Your Pedalboards

Submit your photos to be featured in our next gallery.

Marion, IA (November 3, 2011) -- Submissions are open for our next "Show Us Your Gear: Pedalboards" gallery. If you missed out on the first two, or your board has changed since then, we want to see your photos.

Send in a photo of your board with a caption identifying each pedal, along with some information on what kind of music you play to rebecca@premierguitar.com by November 8.

Check out our previous galleries here:
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Pedalboards I
GALLERY: Show Us Your Gear - Pedalboards II

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Photo courtesy of Guitar Point (guitarpoint.de)

Photo courtesy of Guitar Point (guitarpoint.de)

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Hello and welcome back to Mod Garage. Not long ago, I came home late from a band rehearsal, still overly excited about the new songs we played. I got myself a coffee (I know, it's a crazy procedure to calm down) and turned on the TV. I ended up with an old Bonanza episode from the ’60s, the mother of all Western TV series. Hearing the theme after a long time instantly reminded me of the great Al Caiola, who is the prolific session guitarist who plays on the song. With him in mind, I looked up the ’60s Epiphone “Al Caiola” model and decided I want to talk about the Epiphone/Gibson Tone Expressor system that was used in this guitar.

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