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Designed Michael Keene of The Faceless, this guitar features a GOTOH tremolo system, Fishman Fluence pickups, and a custom “Keene Green” finish.

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Discover the Versatile Tones of the Nichols 1966 Fuzz Pedal by Danelectro
Danelectro Nichols 1966 Fuzz Demo | First Look

John tests out Steve Ridinger's reimagination of the fuzzy drive pedal that began his stompbox-building journey in 1966.

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Whether or not your guitar’s been frozen in its cryosleep case for the winter, you’ll want to take some steps to make sure it experiences a healthy thaw.

Managing your instrument’s humidity and temperature are important pieces of a year-round maintenance regimen.

Here in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, we’re going from the dry, cold conditions of winter to the warmer, humid conditions of spring. As you probably know, these fluctuations can impact the well-being of your beloved instruments. So, here are some tips from our team on how to effectively care for your acoustic guitars during these seasonal shifts.

Before delving into specific tips, it's crucial to understand how seasonal changes affect acoustic guitars. Wood, the primary material in our guitars, is highly responsive to variations in temperature and humidity. When exposed to dry and cold conditions, wood tends to contract, leading to potential issues like cracking and changes in playability. Warm and humid conditions can cause the wood to expand, resulting in swelling, warping, or changes in tone.

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