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The Binson Echorec-inspired delay will feature four playback heads and three operation modes: echo, rep, and swell.

With our other Brand GURUS we have been awarded about our Echosex series, reproducing the old Italian Echo Binson Echorec, with the appreciation of many big pro artists, our Echosex became quickly a big part on the tone of people like Steve Lukather of Toto, Guy Pratt of Pink Floyd, Albert Lee, Alan Parsons, Walter Becker of Steely Dan, Adrian Belew, Skunk Anansie, Lifehouse, John Shanks and Phil X of Bon Jovi, and numerous other big names.

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A full-featured looper that sports instantaneous record, playback, dub, undo and redo on two stereo loop pairs that can be played in series or parallel as well as synchronized and cue'd for automatic playback.

Pigtronix is welcoming in the summer with two new products: Infinity 3 and Universal Remote.

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A former Guild employee builds guitars and winds his own pickups by hand. Here's his latest creation.

Name: Jacques Blanchette
Location: Rhode Island
Guitar: Blue Hawaii

I've been building guitars on and off since the '80s. I worked at Guild Guitars in Westerly, Rhode Island, for two years under Kim Walker's tutelage. After leaving, I worked at a music store as manager, repairman, and buyer.

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This simple technique can yield complex filthy tones, but don't lean too heavily on the fuzz.

Hello and welcome back to another session at the Dojo! This time, I'd like to explain the concept of gain staging using two (or more) overdrive/distortion pedals in series (one after another) to get more complex and saturated distortion tones for your recordings. Let's get to it!

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The Bandmaster Reverb head was built from 1968 to 1980 and has enough grille-room to install a pair of 8" speakers—a popular mod.

An introduction to Fender's classic amp heads of the '60s and '70s.

Fender's black-panel piggyback amps are not as widely known as the combos that every guitar player on this planet has either seen, heard, or played. They have lost appeal in a time when practicality and economy are guiding amp selection for most of us. Thanks to PA and monitor solutions, we no longer need big, powerful amps to fill rooms and stages. But, as we know, tone and size are related. So, let's look back at the great Fender piggybacks, from an era before the world needed to be so efficient and compact.

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Learn to focus your accents and make your lines more listenable.

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